A scientific meeting organised by Dr Tuhin Sikdar and Dr Sri Redlar and the BIRs Clinical Imaging Committee on behalf of the British Institute of Radiology.
The interface of Anatomy encountered by practitioners has been revolutionised with the advent of modern imaging. The traditional descriptive approach of the past has largely been replaced by cross-sectional representation in two and three-dimensional form.
This meeting aims to present an imaging approach to upper limb anatomy whilst maintaining the infrastructure of descriptive anatomy.
The meeting covers Shoulder & Brachial plexus, Elbow and the Hand & Wrist. Discussions will include Osteology, Radiological appearances and Surgical & Athroscopic correlation.
This meeting would be of interest to: - Practising Radiologists - Radiology Trainees - Orthopaedic Registrars - Rheumatologists - MRI Radiographers - Physiotherapists - Osteopaths - Chiropractors
posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - 04:41 am
It would follow on from that, that we need to look at the systems we have, and who they really apply to...eg order comms isn't just a tool for radiology - it should apply to anything clinicians order - blood tests, labs etc. Whilst order comms may need to give a RIS some data, it should feed PACS DIRECTLY - in this way it would open up the door to allow all those other 'ologies to send to PACS, get work lists etc. Future PACS will accept images in lots of different formats. Reporting will be done in PACS (note not RIS- because non- radiology people report!) and the reports would then be stored TOGETHER along with the images -wouldn't that be a refreshing change!! <a herf=http://www.goodgoodschina.com/categories/wedding-dresses/designer-wedding-dresse s/monique-lhuillier>Monique Lhuillier Wedding Dresses</a>