Category Archives: Blog Posts

Blog #25 Happy New Year!! Today’s article will be a little different than my usual fare, in that it won’t specifically be about radiology.…

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Back in the spring of 2011 I was invited by Aaron Ybarra to be part of a Panel Discussion for the Toshiba Corporation where…

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Blog 27 Over the past year I’ve thrown around the idea of videoing parts of my lectures and experiments I’ve created and turning it…

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Today I want to discuss markers and marking the image. To make your image a legal document in a court of law, radiation must…

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Today I want to discuss the possibility of your facility being sued for using too much mAs (over radiating/over dosing) the patient with CR…

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A while back I discovered Jeremy Enfinger and his amazing website “Topics in Radiography: News and Tips in the World of X-Ray” (http://topicsinradiography.com/). Today…

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All of my CR and DR technique charts (with the exception of the CR Konica charts) have been updated and modified. It was a…

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Chest x-rays are the first exam that most students learn in school. This is because approximately 33% of all the exams performed in the…

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Today I’m writing about The Ferlic Filter Company.   It was founded by Dan Ferlic close to 30 years ago when Dan was a radiographer…

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There are only 5 reasons why a radiographer would change a technique (and 8 ways you could do it without using distance).  As the…

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