1. Hurricane Season: Protecting your PACS

    As we are experiencing a dangerous and unpredictable hurricane season, we wanted to remind our customers and colleagues about the steps we take to protect your PACS and critical patient data. As soon as a dangerous storm is predicted, Radsource quickly initiates the following steps: 1.  Prepare standby servers that could be used as replacements […]

  2. Pseudomeningocele

    35 year-old obese female was status post a recent microdiscectomy at L4-5 with resolution of radicular symptoms. Three days post-operatively she developed headaches and episodic recurrent left radicular symptoms.

  3. Radsource Adds Nine ProtonPACS in Q2 2017

    In the second quarter of this year, Radsource completed nine installations of ProtonPACS, including: Plastikos Surgery Center (Dunwoody, GA), Antioch Medical Imaging (Antioch, CA), Anaheim Hills Imaging Center (Anaheim, CA), Doral Imaging Institution (Doral, FL), Walker Street Imaging (Cypress, CA), Angelina Diagnostic Radiology (Lufkin, TX), Southwest Diagnostic Center (Denver, CO), Arista Medical Imaging (Mesa, AZ) […]

  4. The Calcaneofibular Ligament

    A 49 year-old male suffered an ankle inversion injury requiring reduction 2-3 weeks prior to imaging and presents with continued pain and swelling. MRI was performed to evaluation for ankle subtalar joint dislocation.

  5. Dr. Leon Toye joins Radsource leadership team

    Radsource would like to announce the addition of Dr. Leon Toye to the leadership team of Radsource, who will now be serving as a Radsource Medical Director, assisting in clinical support duties with Drs. Awh and Stadnick. Dr. Toye has worked with Radsource since 2011, and has 13 years of musculoskeletal MRI experience. Prior to […]

  6. Smaller Hospitals Can Afford a Powerful PACS

    As healthcare costs continue to rise and uncertainty mounts with regard to changes to the ACA, rural and community hospitals face a difficult challenge. With limited financial resources, how is it possible to make the technology upgrades needed to create efficiency and deliver better care? We work with many smaller hospitals who struggle to find […]

  7. Common Peroneal Nerve Abnormalities

    A 17-year-old male presents with foot drop 4 months following surgery for an ACL tear and a posterolateral corner injury. Axial fat-suppressed proton density-weighted (1a), axial fat-suppressed T2-weighted (1b,c) and coronal fat-suppressed T2-weighted (1d) images are provided.

  8. PACS Workflow: How Much Time Do You Waste…?

    Think about this. How much time do you waste…. Re-entering patient demographic data? Fixing data entry errors? Faxing and scanning reports? Manually pushing images? Burning CDs? Finding ways to improve workflow is one of the top concerns we hear from our PACS clients. If your current workflow involves multiple points of data entry and manually […]

  9. Klippel Feil Syndrome

    A 60 year-old woman presented to her physician complaining of upper and lower extremity pain. A (1a) T2-weighted sagittal MR image and (1b) sagittal and (1c) coronal cervical spine CT images are provided.