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Radiology Transcription: A Revolution in the Medical Industry

June 19, 2019

Before discussing radiology transcription, One needs to know about radiology first. Here we are with a brief discussion about radiology and radiology transcription:

What is Radiology?
Basically, radiology denotes a branch of medicine that works with radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.


This field can be splitted into two broad parts:
1) Diagnostic Radiology

2) Interventional Radiology.
The physicians who specialize in radiology are called Radiologists.

The result of the imaging study doesn’t count on the indication or the standard of its technical execution. Diagnostic radiology specialists shows the last link in the diagnostic chain,  as they search for the pertinent image information to assess and finally support a sound diagnosis.

History of Radiology:
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen while working in a darker laboratory in Wurzberg in germany in 1895, noticed that a screen painted with a fluorescent material, but at a feet away from the cathode ray tube it had energized and made lightproof, began to fluoresce.
 Rontgen noticed that the screen was responding to the nearby production of an unknown rays transmitted invisibly through the room which he called “X-Rays”. The radiographic images started to be created, beginning as a burst of ionizing radiation and causing a contrast image on a piece of film.

 For such a huge discovery, Rontgen was honored with the NOBEL Prize in Physics in 1901. In the early years the radiologists were not concerned about the negative effects of X-rays, thus the protective measures were not introduced until 1904 after the death of Clarence Dally ( the assistant of Thomas Edison in X-ray manufacturer and testing ).

Benefits of Clinical Radiology:
The flying growth in clinical radiology technology and theory has dramatically improved the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and illness.

Clinical Radiology has brought so many benefits for the patients:

  • It can banish the need for investigational surgery,
  • It is used to determine when a patient needs surgery
  • It is used to screening the diseases such as breast cancer (mammography)
  • It helps in Cancer diagnosis and also an effective treatment for cancer and other treatments.

Different radiological procedures have different advantages:

MRI ( Magnetic Resonance Imaging ) Scans:- It creates 3-dimensional images of soft tissues such as organs and muscles that don’t appear on X-rays. It uses powerful magnets and radio waves to create pictures of the body.


Ultrasound:-Imaging doesn’t require any radiation and is very safe, easy to perform, and quick. Generally, it’s used in pregnancy to monitor the baby’s development. 3-D ultrasound produces a static 3-D image of the baby, while 4-D ultrasound produces a moving image.

A doctor doing utrasound process

Nuclear Medicines Scans:
Nuclear medicine scans are used in diagnosis and to get to know how the internal organs are functioning.

CT (Computed Tomography) Scans:- It shows the inside of the body in detail and also can eliminate the requirement of the exploratory surgery. CT makes use of a computer-processed combination of many X-rays image taken from different angles to produce a cross-sectional image. CT scans are considered accurate, painless, and fast.

PET ( Positron Emission Tomography ) Scan: It’s a nuclear medicine imaging test which includes injecting a small amount of liquid radioactive material inside the body. It can detect cancer in the body in the early stage than CT or MRI scans.
X-Rays:-X-rays are also known as the plain radiography and it has been used in the diagnostic for over 100 years. It’s painless, fast, and non-invasive. It’s used to diagnose the bone and joint-related conditions such as fractures and dislocations.

Radiology transcription is a very essential part of the medical diagnosis. We, Eyered Transcription Services, understand that accurate and timely reports are utmost important. Our reliable medical transcription company can provide any hospital, clinic, or individual provider with the reports of radiologists from imaging, scans, or tests.

  At Eyered Transcription Services, we know that producing accurate radiology transcription reports can be very time consuming, especially for busy radiologists. Outsourcing radiology transcription service can reduce the amount of work for radiologists and it will reduce their costs too. You can access your reports from any remote place. Thanks to our HIPAA-compliant online platform that makes the file transfer easily from one place to another place.

READ MORE:- THE SIGNIFICANCE OF RADIOLOGY TRANSCRIPTION

Radiology Transcription Services include:

– CT (Computer Tomography),

– X-Rays

– Nuclear Medicine

– Position Emission Tomography

– MRI

– Bone Scans

– Consultation and Progress Notes

– Mammograms

We, Eyered Transcription Services, operate on a pay as you go system, we never require contracts. You only pay for the transcription services you use with no monthly minimum or extra fees.

Radiology Transcription Services We Offer:

Our medical transcriptionists are very experienced and are very knowledgeable in terminologies and procedures associated with radiology, our transcriptionists have 20 years of relevant experience in operative reports or procedure notes for a wide variety of imaging techniques including:

– Ultrasounds,

– Computed Tomography (CT),

– Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI),

– Positron Emission Tomography (PET),

– Nuclear Medicine,

– X-Ray Radiography.


Why Our Radiology Transcription Service is Special:

– Very Experienced and Passionate Medical Transcriptionist,

– Interface with EMR/EHR system,

– 99% accurate transcripts with good audio,

– Flexible Dictation Modes,

– Secure File Transfer,

– Faster turnaround time including STAT support.

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