Late yesterday, the LA Times broke the great news that the FDA approved an image diagnostics app for Apple devices. According to the report, the Food and Drug Administration ushered in the era of mobile diagnostic radiology, approving software for viewing images and making medical diagnoses from MRIs and CT, PET and SPECT scans on several of Apple's popular hand-held devices. Patently Apple covered this important area of technology in our March 2010 report focusing on Body Area Networks. In that report we presented a few videos from the Foothills Medical Center's Stroke Unit in Calgary, Alberta, Canada where this technology is already in use with iPhones. It's great to see Apple's iPhone being used in vital areas of professional life – and better yet – assisting doctors in saving lives.