Alpha PACS

December 12, 2007

My Daughter’s Sketches

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December 6, 2007

Anne of Green Gables – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Montgomery Anne of Green Gables cover.jpg 

Anne of Green Gables is a book written by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery; it was first published in 1908. It was written as fiction for readers of all ages, but in recent decades has been considered a children’s book. Montgomery found her inspiration for the book in a newspaper article describing a couple that was mistakenly sent an orphan girl instead of a boy, yet decided to keep her. Montgomery also drew upon her own childhood experiences in rural Prince Edward Island. Montgomery used a photograph of Evelyn Nesbit, clipped from an American magazine and pasted on the wall above her writing desk, as the model for Anne Shirley, the book’s protagonist.

Anne of Green Gables – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Prince Edward Island: Visitors Guide: Visitors Guide

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Fall on Prince Edward Island means breathing time after a busy summer. The Island rolling landscape will lower your blood pressure and prepare you for the active winter season. Our calendar is packed with great events, and the shops, inns and restaurants are open and awaiting your visit. And we have special fall deals you won be able to resist. Come on over to PEI this fall!

Prince Edward Island: Visitors Guide: Visitors Guide


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Despite their tough anti-American rhetoric, the government is privately trying to maintain good relations with the U.S..



December 4, 2007

CT Enterography

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Computed tomographic (CT) enterography combines the improved spatial and temporal resolution of multi–detector row CT with large volumes of ingested neutral enteric contrast material to permit visualization of the small bowel wall and lumen. Adequate luminal distention can usually be achieved with oral hyperhydration, thereby obviating nasoenteric intubation and making CT enterography a useful, well-tolerated study for the evaluation of diseases affecting the mucosa and bowel wall. Unlike routine CT, which has been used to detect the extraenteric complications of Crohn disease such as fistula and abscess, CT enterography clearly depicts the small bowel inflammation associated with Crohn disease by displaying mural hyperenhancement, stratification, and thickening; engorged vasa recta; and perienteric inflammatory changes. As a result, CT enterography is becoming the first-line modality for the evaluation of suspected inflammatory bowel disease. CT enterography has also become an important alternative to traditional fluoroscopy in the assessment of other small bowel disorders such as celiac sprue and small bowel neoplasms.

CT Enterography as a Diagnostic Tool in Evaluating Small Bowel Disorders: Review of Clinical Experience with over 700 Cases — Paulsen et al. 26 (3): 641 — RadioGraphics

June 10, 2007

20070617 Medical informatics speech

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Basic Understanding of DICOM
RFP of PACS: Web-based solution
Concept of IHE: Platform oriented
New stuff of standard DICOM display
EMR/EPR, where to start?
 The Magic Glue: SR
 Signed Object issue
 Secured DICOM transaction
 Current approach: Nursing Note

June 9, 2007

The start point of Nursing Note

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I like to start this great project right from the reminiscent place or the miniature of the hospital: ER as the start point!

Hello world!

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