There are three major components to quality medical imaging… care to guess what they are?

Technology Technologist Radiologist There are so many providers that confuse and confuzzle consumers and often the medical community by giving out information that isn’t always complete. Often times, you see the focus on the type of scanner made available. You see, the scanner (or the system) is only one factor. Don’t forget the humans! DIS technologists are well-trained and experienced. … Read More

What is a neuroradiologist?

Neuroradiology is the medical subspecialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of brain, spinal cord, head and neck, and vascular lesions using x-rays, magnetic fields, radio waves, and ultrasound. These forms of energy are harnessed with machines such as the CT (CAT) scanner, magnetic resonance (MR) scanner, and ultrasound machines. Additionally, angiography is also a tool of the neuroradiologist. … Read More