Medical Journals UK - Diagnostic Imaging, JDIT Articles - Medical Journals of Diagnostic Imaging in the UK, publishing open access peer reviewed JDIT articles on nuclear medicine & medical sciences.   

  • About Us - Open Med Science - Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) publishes open access peer reviewed articles on nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging and therapy
  • Aims and Scope - Open Med Science - Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy publishes open access peer reviewed articles on nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging and therapy
  • Editorial Board - Open Med Science - Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) Editorial Board Members of Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy
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  • Medical Imaging UK - Nuclear Medicine, Imaging Modalities - Medical Imaging visualises the human body for diagnostics & treatment. Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Modalities are also relevant to this topic. 
  • Radiology UK - Radiography & Radiopharmaceuticals - Radiology uses a variety of imaging techniques to help diagnosing a patient. The main techniques are Radiography and Radiopharmaceuticals. 
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    This device saved me from frozen and broken water pipes and the resulting water damage to my mother's house. The house is empty and on the market. The empty house insurance has an exclusion for frozen pipes when the heat doesn't work. The furnace wasn't working properly and the temperature in the house dropped to 34 degrees. This device alerted us that the temperature was out of range in time to call the service technician, who replaced a broken circulator pump. Evidently the pump had been broken for months and nobody detected the problem including real estate agents showing the property, my sister who checked on the property and the man who serviced the furnace for it's annual cleaning.

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    Although Spore is initially quite impressive, given the novelty of such extensive use of user-designed content, the game quickly becomes disappointing. Creature design (vehicles and buildings also) is essentially cosmetic, aside from a few minor effects in one stage of the game. The game itself, rather than being a single, coherent experience, is divided into 5 mini games (stress on mini), each of which feels very incomplete. On the second or third time playing through, gameplay becomes very formulaic, like playing solitaire without shuffling. I never expect a game to live up to the hype (especially this much hype) but Spore doesn't even come close. Maybe Maxis plans to make us buy half a dozen expansions before the game is worth the base $50 price (see Sims).