Artificial Intelligence, cloud-based processing and quantum networking speeds make medical images clear, crisp and highly detailed.
CT scanners and mammography devices have become outdated in the world of medical imaging. Now, healthcare professionals have access to 3D technologies that can produce better angles, higher resolutions, and details that give professionals a deeper understanding of the body, while also reducing the amount of radiation that patients receive.
“Modern imaging and radiology are entirely dependent on 3-dimensional visualization,” says Dr. Frank Rybicki, “It’s a big part of the culture of medical imaging and radiology now.” Modern 3D medical imaging gives professionals a crystal clearer image of blood vessels and crisper pictures of bones.
Radical advancements in networking, computing power, and new software, along with a “quantum leap increase in networking speed,” as the available bandwidth that allows professionals to transmit medical images has grown from a paltry 10 megabits per second to tremendous 10 gigabits per second.
The increase in processing power and networking speeds has given all medical professionals the ability to work with larger data sets. Moving and downloading them without needing to ship delicate hard drives. The new network speed gives hospitals and imaging centers client-server and cloud-hosted information within seconds.
In the last 20 years, the number of 3D medical imaging cases has grown from under 3 cases per day to over 130 cases per day. Scanners that could only turn out thin-data and single-slice images only resulted in low-resolution pictures that came with a lot of image noise.
The new scanning tech has radically advanced. Now the data sets can create clear 3D images with high resolution and virtually no noise or image artifacts.
Modern medical imaging has become the cornerstone for chiropractors diagnosing patients who have suffered motorcycle accident, automobile accident, or patients looking for a “chiropractor near me” in their search engines.
New medical imaging is also helping medical professionals help patients with pain management, lower back pain, whiplash, a pinched nerve in the neck, herniated disc, and back pain.
Pain clinics rely on the new slice count increases to produce high-resolution pictures of the body. Helping patients on their road to recovery.
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