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Visibility (in radiology reporting) is everything

Visibility (in radiology reporting) is everything

There is a great story in the Indian mythological tour de force the Mahabharata about Arjuna and Duryodhana, representing the forces of good and evil respectively, coming to visit their mentor Lord Krishna to seek his support for their respective armies during battle. When they arrive he is asleep on his bed. Duryodhana who arrives...
House: Or the impact of Television on Teleradiology

House: Or the impact of Television on Teleradiology

One of my favorite pastimes in recent days has been watching the medical television show House, along with my 17 year old daughter, herself an optimistic and bright-eyed medical school aspirant. Although there are some things about this show that are comical (if that be the appropriate term) from a medical standpoint, there is also...
Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur's blog: Teaching for the love of it

Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur’s blog: Teaching for the love of it

We recently signed an MOU with the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences for collaborating with them to train their radiology postgraduates. A lot (!) of effort happened and time passed before this landmark event occurred. Some would ask (and have asked in the past) – why bother? Why not just do the...
Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur's blog: Trends in Teleradiology

Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur’s blog: Trends in Teleradiology

My list of the recent and upcoming trends in Teleradiology is below. Many of these have been and are applied within our own organization and so I have had the good fortune of using them and/or observing their value. All of these trends, in my opinion, represent paradigm shifts within what is itself a relatively...
In conversation with Dr. Sunita Maheshwari: Part 2: Healthcare Innovation in India

In conversation with Dr. Sunita Maheshwari: Part 2: Healthcare Innovation in India

Meet Dr. Sunita Maheshwari: A dreamer with a difference She is a wearer of many hats- is a mother of two, a Yale trained Pediatric Cardiologist, Chief Dreamer, Teleradiology Solutions (a company she co-founded with her husband- Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur), an educator and an innovator. Having received medical training in Osmania University and AIIMS in...
Image Quiz 1

Image Quiz 1

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