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K. ), PACS – Basic Principles and Applications, (pp. 23-48). New York: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN: 0471251232; ISBN-13: 9780471251231 Huang, H. K. (2004). Digital Radiography. In Huang, H. K. ), PACS – Basic Principles and Applications, (pp. 49-78). New York: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN: 0471251232; ISBN-13: 9780471251231 Huang, H. K. (2004). Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, and Light Imaging. In Huang, H. K. ), PACS – Basic Principles and Applications, (pp. 79-118).
Most current teleradiology still uses a digitizer as the primary method of converting a film image to digital format, although the trend is moving toward the DICOM standard. In PACS, direct digital image capture using DICOM is mostly used. In networking, teleradiology uses slower speed wide area networks (WAN) compared with the higher speed local area network (LAN) used in PACS. In teleradiology, image storage is mostly short-term, whereas in PACS it is long-term. Teleradiology relies heavily on image compression, whereas PACS may or may not.
Faster scanning helps to eliminate artefacts from patient motion such as breathing or peristalsis. CT exams are now quicker and more patient friendly than ever before. Tremendous research and development has been made to provide excellent image quality for diagnostic confidence at the lowest possible x-ray dose. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (Huang, 2004) has become the primary technique throughout the body in the routine diagnosis of many disease processes, replacing and sometimes surpassing computed tomography (CT).