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Living Innovation

http://www.ximedica.com/living-innovation

The most salient topics for those in the medical technology community pop up here for all to read. Patients, this is a a great place to glean some conversation topics before the next checkup.



SciCentral: Health and Med Research

http://www.scicentral.com/H-02heal.html

SciCentral's acclaimed science news coverage feeds into this site that concentrates on the health sector. The site's editors select only the most noteworthy articles for you.


Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance

http://www.medicalimaging.org/blog/

This blog, from the Medical Imaging and Technical Alliance, is designed to let the general public learn more about imaging. The writing is sharp, but technical sometimes.


Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic

http://musculoskeletalmri.blogspot.com/

Bones and joints and ligaments, oh my -- these parts of our bodies have inspired some cool new advancements. Learn all about bone and muscle tech news here.

A Torn Meniscus and the Moon
by Vic David MD about 2 years ago



Body and Brain

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/interest/id/2357/topic/Body_%2B_Brain

The two biggest areas of our body to receive med tech coverage are the pair of beauties in this blog's title. Understand how innovation can help improve them here.



iHealthBeat

http://www.ihealthbeat.org/

Chock-full of information from people in the know, iHealthBeat provides daily news on the most up-to-date health policies. Their easy-to-navigate menu for each day of the week makes searching for the most current news a breeze.




Docnotes

http://www.docnotes.net/

This well-reputed medical blogs offers an intelligent mix of discussion about technology and family medicine. Insights into doctors' everyday lives are also featured.


Reflections by Dr. Bruce

http://www.froedtert.com/HealthResources/ReadingRoom/HealthBlogs/Reflections/

Dr. Bruce, backed by the Medical College of Wisconsin, can't help but ruminate charmingly on technology and medicine. The posts here are heartfelt yet pinpointed.


Sports Medicine

http://sportsmedicine.about.com/

The world of athletes, and the art of ensuring their peak performance, has generating some whopping booms in medical technology. Go long, and go here to learn more.


Veterinary Radiology

http://www.veterinaryradiology.net/

As humans, we're all fairly capable of recognizing not-so-right moments within our bodies and speeding to our physicians for help and support. Unfortunately, our pets are not always able to vocalize their discomfort, and we sometimes bring them to the vet too late. This makes veterinary radiology an important and serious medical field, one whose requirements of discipline and keen perception spill into the writing and topic choices of this blog.

2 year old Pit Bull terrier
by Allison Zwingenberger almost 2 years ago
5 year old Dogue de Bordeaux
by Allison Zwingenberger almost 2 years ago

Dave's Places in Radiology

http://www.davesplacesinradiology.com/

This is the perfect blog for radiology lovers to find even more sites for their passion. Dave has a knack for finding prime sites that deal well with the topic.



ADVANCE for Imaging & Radiation Oncology

http://imaging-radiation-oncology.advanceweb.com/

This site comes highly recommended as one of the most comprehensive radiology pages on the web. There's a great recent feature on radiology and lung cancer.


Aunt Minnie

http://www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=def

This sweet avuncular title of this site doesn't mean that it treats radiology gingerly. Not at all -- this Aunt is an advanced professional who knows what she does.

Health IT firm Apollo changes name
almost 2 years ago
Midlevel image features help CAD find lymph nodes
almost 2 years ago



Radiological Heterodoxy

http://radiologicalheterodoxy.blogspot.com/

This blog sees itself as alternative to the traditional, stuffy radiology blogs out there. Read here often for a fresh yet highly informed opinion on it all.

Radiological Aptitude Test
by Paul McCoubrie almost 2 years ago
More Rules of Radiology
by Paul McCoubrie about 2 years ago

Angiographer

http://angiographer.blogspot.com/

The black-and-white, classic medical picture that opens this blog speaks to the professional and classy writing this blog flaunts. It covers radiology and other fields as well.


MedPage Today

http://www.medpagetoday.com/Radiology/

This blog seeks to find the best medical headlines dealing with radiology and bringing them first to readers. Therapeutic and diagnostic radiology receive special features.