Computers And Radiology

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Computers use in Radiology Throughout time computers have evolved significantly, allowing that its use, in the most diverse fields of human activity, make notably improvements in most of them and has resulted in profound changes to adapt to new information technologies. In the world of business and science, in the field of medicine or art, in the field of communications and education, the computer has been a breath of fresh air that has enabled more and more knowledge disposal of an ever-increasing number of people. For decades, computers help medical professionals in their long struggle against the diseases. From the administrative management of the small thing of consulting a doctor, to a large hospital, or help on radiologic. It also offers a great help in the field of medical research, pharmaceutical, biological, chemical and other, all aspects related to the struggle of doctors to get a good level of health in the population. Specializing in medicine, computers reduce the possibility of error in diagnosis and accelerate their development, thus gains a tempo that can sometimes be vital to patients. They also reach the medical staff a large database of medical records, disease management, and national statistics on epidemics. Radiology is a branch of medical science in which various forms of radiant energy are used to diagnose and treat disorders and diseases, (Science Clarified) and is one part of medicine that thanks to the intro of computers in it had notably advance for the better. Advances in radiology have not stopped in just over one hundred years since the discovery of Roentgen. The contributions of radiology to medical diagnosis accelerated in the last twenty years with the introduction of the sectional images, the advancement of nuclear medicine, advances in interventional radiology and the rapid progress of new information technologies.
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