Radiologists using the iPad 2 took twice as long to diagnose patients with tuberculosis as those who used a 27-inch LCD monitor in a new University of Maryland study.

However, the research found that the two screens yielded no significant difference in display or diagnosis.

As of now, FDA-cleared diagnostic imaging apps like Mobile MIM are OK’d for use only when a traditional display is unavailable.

Read more about the study here.

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