Click Here to view an image of a patient who had a nasal tumor resection and was undergoing a reconstructive flap procedure. Use the back button on your browser to return to the blog. WARNING this is a graphic medical image.
I came across another example of high resolution imaging also in the same doctors lounge.
Dr. Frank DiMaria a wound care specialist uses an inexpensive
point and shoot digital camera to document his work in healing complex wounds. We were able to discuss a mutual patient by looking at images stored on his thumb drive on one of the PCs in the doctors lounge. While not as sexy as the iPhone it is quite an effective use of imaging technology which is of low cost and high quality.
Click Here to view an image of an pressure ulcer in various stages of healing. Use your browser's back button to return to the blog. WARNING this is a graphic medical image.
In wound care and otolaryngology, a picture is worth a thousand words. I could see this technology being useful in other specialties like dermatology to view skin lesions or even cardiology to look at ECGs. Let me know if you have come across any other other examples of Ingenious Medical Imaging.