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What You Need to Know Before You Get an X-ray

Your doctor says you need an X-ray, so what’s next? Here’s what you need to know before your appointment.

In the Field of Radiology You Need a Subspecialist, not a Generalist

Whether you’re getting a mammogram or a brain scan, here’s why a subspecialized radiologist makes a difference.

Does My MRI Fear Mean I am Truly Claustrophobic?

If you work with MRI patients, you may start to wonder if everyone is at least a little bit claustrophobic. Our technologists are experts at helping patients with fears complete their exams.

How to Measure Pain: Going Beyond the Smiley Face

There’s more to assessing pain than a smiley face scale. Here’s how our doctors figure out what’s really going on.

Are Pain Injections Right for You?

A single injection can help a patient turn a corner. If you're suffering from pain, learn how pain injections can help you. 

Baby Boomers and Breast Cancer: When Can I Stop Getting Mammograms?

Are you ever safe from breast cancer? Some baby boomer women assume that after a few decades of uneventful mammogram screenings, they can just quit. But as a woman ages, her risk of developing breast cancer increases.

Detecting Lung Cancer with a Low-Dose CT Scan

CT Lung Cancer Screening can lead to a better cure rate for the deadliest cancer for men and women. 


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