Tele-nuclear medicine

SA Journal of Radiology

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Title Tele-nuclear medicine
Creator Sabbah, Nathanael Wynchank, Sinclair
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Description This article presents a description of tele-nuclear medicine and, after outlining its history, a wide, representative range of its applications. Tele-nuclear medicine has benefited greatly from technological progress, which for several decades has provided greater data transfer rates and storage capacity at steadily decreasing cost. Differences in the practice of nuclear medicine between developed and developing countries arise mainly from disparities in their available infrastructure, funding and education levels of personnel involved. Consequently there are different emphases in their tele-nuclear medicine, which are elaborated. It is concluded that tele-nuclear medicine is important for all countries, but the emphasis on its application may differ between developed and developing nations, with an emphasis on distance learning in the latter.
Publisher AOSIS
Date 2014-07-04
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion — —
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Identifier 10.4102/sajr.v18i1.595
Source South African Journal of Radiology; Vol 18, No 1 (2014); 5 pages 2078-6778 1027-202X
Language eng
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Rights Copyright (c) 2014 Nathanael Sabbah, Sinclair Wynchank