Our upcoming Webinar on Radiology and Medical devices which going to be held on June 20, 2022. The theme of the webinar is "The Vast Arena of Radiology in the Wireless World" which encourages young researchers and students to improve their research abilities by providing an opportunity to meet experts in the field of Radiology from all across the world. Radiology represents a branch of medicine that deals with radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. This field can be divided into two broad areas – diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology. A physician who specializes in radiology is called a radiologist. Medical imaging is a technology that is used by radiologists, particularly for diagnostic purposes
Session 1: Interventional radiology
Interventional radiology (IR) is a medical specialization that uses medical imaging to perform a variety of minimally invasive techniques. IR performs both diagnosis and therapy procedures through very keyhole surgery or bodily orifices. To aid in the diagnosis or direct future medical treatment, diagnostic IR methods include image-guided biopsy of cancer cells and injection of an image contrast agent into a high porosity, such as a blood vein or a duct. The key benefits of interventional radiology techniques are their ability to reach deep body structures throughout a body orifice or tiny incision using small needles and wires. Real-time visual representation also allows for precise guidance to the abnormality, improving procedure or diagnosis accuracy. These advantages are compensated by the additional risks of not having immediate access to internal structures, as well as the risks of exposure to radiation, such as eye problems and cancer.
Session 2: Artificial Intelligence in Radiology
In Radiology, there has been a lot of talk about artificial intelligence. Many believe that AI, also known as machine learning or deep learning, can and will enhance radiologists' workflows, enhance statistical radiology, and assist in the exploration of epigenetic identifiers. Radiologists can benefit from artificial intelligence by quickly analyzing images and data sources, gaining a better grasp of the patient's health, expanding their clinical application, and becoming a member of the primary top management.
Session 3: Future of Radiology
Finally, experts and research trends demonstrate how AI will transform radiology in the future. Rather than being scared by it or dismissing it, the medical community should embrace it wholeheartedly. Rather than being driven out with intelligent machines, radiologists should embrace it, learn about it, and promote it. It is, after all, something that will benefit patients. We anticipate significant changes in the field of radiology in the future years. It's a field that has to stay on top of things, and the most important thing is to look after the patients. Let us all cultivate that concept and make radiology's future with AI a bright one.
Session 4: Uses of Radiology
Radiology is a branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats disease using imaging techniques. It can be used diagnostically to see if a medical problem is present like identifying lung cancer, interventionally performing a procedure, or medically treating cancer by delivering radiation therapy. It is used to treat and cure patients by capturing images of the internal structure of the body to determine the presence or absence of disease, foreign objects, structural damage, or anomaly. An x-ray beam is passed through the body during a radiographic procedure.
Session 5: Clinical Correlations in Radiology
In the field of radiology, some cases require a simplified approach to overcome today's newer medical complications. New complications should be explained and reported in the forum to understand the impressions of other experts. Mainly trauma and cancer treatment are the main.
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