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  • December 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 12
    By Robert Smith, Contributing Editor
    4,285 reads | 0 comments | 12/03/02
    Upgrading your office technology can give you a host of ailments, both real and imagined. First, there’s the headache associated with researching and selecting a system that’s right for your practice. Then there’s the whiplash that occurs at the thought of keeping up with the daunting pace of that technology—its configuration and interminable upgrades. Lastly, there’s the churning of the stomach that happens once everything is in place, as you mull over whether you made the right decision. Of course, the decision to embrace practice management technology is one that you must make at ... continue reading
    By Dana Giacalone, DPM, and Khurram Khan, DPM
    15,409 reads | 0 comments | 12/03/02
    When it comes to peripheral vascular disease, you can use many modalities to detect and evaluate this disease. Arteriography is the gold standard and provides excellent anatomic detail, but it is invasive and requires ionizing radiation and administration of contrast. It also provides very limited physiologic or functional information. Indeed, it’s important to be aware of the role of noninvasive testing measures (see “When NIV Studies Are Warranted”). After all, Pellerito, et. al., pointed out it’s advantageous to use noninvasive vascular (NIV) evaluation prior to angiography in ord ... continue reading