The Promising Future of Advancements in Radiology

Radiology is a field that has recorded constant evolution over the years since the development of the first stethoscope by Renne Laennec two centuries ago. Currently, technology allows medical practitioners to detect illnesses utilizing various radiology techniques such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, and XRAY . According to studies, use of CT scans increased rapidly between 2004 and 2005 by 86 percent, whereas MRIs rose by 125 percent in 2012. Technologists predict that radiology will integrate artificial intelligence to detect, record, and analyze malignancies in the body. These innovations will directly affect specific radiologic methods such as Ultrasound and MRI. Continue reading →