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DRL: why and how to start?

Posted on: 2021-11-18

The São Paulo Radiology Society’s Radiological Protection Study Group was held on November 8, about the theme “DRL: why and how to start?”. The presentation was led by physicists Isabella Paziam Fernandes Nunes and Julliana Cristina de Oliveira Castro. DRL is the reference level in diagnosis and was introduced by the International Commission on Radiological […]

Radiation dose optimization in diagnostic and interventional radiology: current issues and future perspectives

Posted on: 2021-11-13

Elsevier is a company that contributes to the scientific and medical area with the publication of articles by professionals around the world. In issue 79 of the European Journal of Medical Physics, published in October 2020, the medical physicist of Diagnostic Radiology, Virginia Tsapaki, wrote about “Radiation dose optimization in diagnostic and interventional radiology: current […]

November 8th: celebration of radiology

Posted on: 2021-11-08

On November 8, 1895, German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen obtained the first x-ray image. He X-rayed the hand of his wife, Bertha Roentgen, who even wore the wedding ring. Altogether, the process took 30 minutes to complete and was registered as a great achievement  of medicine. The doctor received the Nobel Prize for the discovery. […]

Moving Towards a Comprehensive Staff Scatter Dose Feedback & Training System Using Virtual Reality

Posted on: 2021-10-26

The RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) Dose Exhibit, made available in September on the Image Wisely’s website, is about Moving Towards a Comprehensive Staff Scatter Dose Feedback & Training System Using Virtual Reality. The purpose of the presentation is to expand the function of the scattering radiation display system so that it can be […]

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