1. Mobile Mammography Coach - Dana - Web


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    Dana, a St. Vincent Healthcare patient, used to be one of many women who held off on getting their annual mammograms. A full schedule and family life got in her way of making an appointment. At the age of 43, Dana realized how important it is to begin receiving her annual mammograms. After her first visit to the Mobile Mammography Coach, Dana recognized how fast and, most importantly, how easy of a visit it was. With this kind of medical simplicity, Dana shares how she will never let life's curve balls stop her from receiving her annual mammograms.

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    • Steve-Abrams-PSA.mov


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      I called Steve, former mayor of Boca Raton, and asked if he would make a public service announcement to prevent colon cancer. Steve had not had a colonoscopy and was more than a little daunted by the prospect. After sharing three facts: it does not hurt, afterward you take a nap, and you spend four hours in the bathroom for the prep, he manned up and said he was ready to schedule one for himself.

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      • Stacey Vitiello, MD – “What are you looking for on a mammogram that may indicate cancer?”


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        Stacey Vitiello, MD of Montclair Breast Center answers the question: “What are you looking for on a mammogram that may indicate cancer?” for TalkAboutHealth.

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        • Stacey Vitiello, MD - "Does it matter what radiologist reads my mammogram?”


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          Stacey Vitiello, MD of Montclair Breast Center answers the question: "Does it matter what radiologist reads my mammogram?” for TalkAboutHealth.

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          • RSNA 2012 Virtual Meeting


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            Get started at http://www.rsna.org/Virtual_Meeting.aspx

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            • Introducing the Rohrmann Endowment


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              To honor Dr. Rohrmann’s service and expand on his legacy, we have created the Charles A. Rohrmann, Jr., M.D., Endowed Fund for Radiology Resident Educational Excellence. The fund will support with perpetual endowed funds the Department of Radiology’s Resident Education, Research, and Community Service programs. A transformational educator and gastrointestinal (GI) radiologist par excellence, Charles A. Rohrmann, Jr., M.D., is as respected by his colleagues as he is beloved by his trainees. Dr. Rohrmann, who has been on faculty at UW Medicine since 1975, has served as director or associate director of the Department of Radiology’s residency program for almost 30 years, and he is responsible for establishing and upholding the high standards the program maintains today. Dr. Rohrmann is the first to appreciate that medicine changes at a rapid rate, and the methods of resident medical education must change too. Now it is more vital than ever that our residents have access to the leading-edge educational techniques, advanced learning technologies, and professional development opportunities that will best prepare them for the future.

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              • Detecting Cartilage Degeneration using T1rho Relaxation Time Mapping (UCSF)


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                Created for the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) Video Outreach Competition, this video features the Musculoskeletal Quantitative Imaging Research Group at the University of California, San Francisco, and how they use T1rho relaxation time mapping, a quantitative magnetic resonance imaging tool, to detect early degenerative changes in articular cartilage and other joint tissues. The Musculoskeletal Quantitative Imaging Research Group (MQIR) in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco is at the forefront of development and application of quantitative non-invasive imaging techniques to study the structure and composition of musculoskeletal tissues. This inter-disciplinary group of researchers, including physicists, engineers, radiologists, surgeons, physical therapists and basic scientists, seek to understand the link between morphology, function and clinical symptoms to advance the understanding and foster development of interventions in diseases such as knee osteoarthritis. Produced & Edited by Justin Singh Narrated by Nicholas D. Lamb Music By The Penguin Cafe Orchestra - 'Perpetuum Mobile'

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                • PET/CT Scan


                  from Windsong Radiology Group / Added

                  Positron Emission Tomography, Computerized Tomography Scan, Windsong Radiology Group, Buffalo, NY

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                  • What to expect when having a MRI Scan at Melbourne Radiology Clinic - Patient Information Video


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                    This patient information video explains the process of having a MRI scan at Melbourne Radiology Clinic. This particular MRI is known as a Wide Bore Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner. Melbourne Radiology Clinic's MRI scanner is the latest Siemens Espree unit which has a wide bore that is 16% larger than conventional MRI units and is ideal for claustrophobic and large patients. Even non-claustrophobic patients, benefit from this technological advancement, as many people still experience some mild anxiety when scanned in a conventional smaller bore MRI unit.

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                    • Mammography Coach - Anne Grusonik - Web


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                      Anne Grusonik, a semi-retired English teacher and librarian, shares her story of her discovering the Mobile Mammography Coach provided by St. Vincent Healthcare. Anne describes the simplicity and convenience you will experience at the mammography coach. The professional medical staff on the Mobile Mammography Coach travel to rural areas of Montana, so every woman has the opportunity to receive their annual mammogram.

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