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teleradiology

 [tel″ĕ-ra″de-ol´ah-je]
radiology done through remote transmission and viewing of images.

tel·e·ra·di·ol·o·gy

(tel'ĕ-rā'dē-ol'ŏ-jē),
The interpretation of digitized diagnostic radiologic images transmitted by modem over telephone lines.
[tele- + radiology]

teleradiology

[tel′ĕ-ra′de-ol′ah-je]
radiology done through remote transmission and viewing of images.

teleradiology

Imaging A format for delivering imaging services by transmitting digitalized images from angiography, CT, MRI, PET scanning, ultrasonography, and other imaging devices by satellite or telephone cabling to radiologists who may be located at a distance from the imaging site; conducting radiology image exchange and/or image interpretations electronically, usually via videoconferencing or messaging. See Telemedicine.

tel·e·ra·di·ol·o·gy

(tel'ĕ-rā'dē-ol'ŏ-jē)
The interpretation of digitized diagnostic images transmitted over telephone lines.
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Teleradiology Solutions was founded in 2002 by two Yale University trained physicians.
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StatRad, a company founded by radiologists for radiologists, develops and implements forward-thinking teleradiology solutions for radiology groups.
StatRad, a company founded by radiologists, develops and implements teleradiology solutions for radiology groups.
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