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COVID-19 Notice

Radiology Affiliates Imaging is open and providing care at both of our imaging centers. Screening exams have resumed at all of our sites. Based on guidance from the CDC, state and federal governments, and national radiology leaders, RAI has modified our policies and procedures. These important changes will help keep you safe.

All patients must be screened before their visit, so you cannot walk-in for your exam. We ask that you call to schedule all of your imaging studies and when you need to visit to pick up medical records. Please wear a mask and bring your own pen. If you want more information, please click here to see a detailed list of what RAI is doing to protect our patients...

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RAI Recommendation for Screening Mammography

RAI Recommendation for Screening Mammography

The American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging agree with the American Cancer Society that mammography saves lives and that all women 40 and older should have access to mammography. However, we urge that women get the maximum benefit from mammography by continuing to follow the existing recommendation of the American College of Radiology to have annual mammograms starting at age 40. This is consistent with the American Cancer Society report and recommendations.

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What is Breast Density & Why is it Important?

What is Breast Density & Why is it Important?
Breast density measures the amount of fatty, glandular and fibrous tissue in the breast. A dense breast consists of more glandular and fibrous tissue than fat. It is not a measure of breast firmness; therefore, a mammogram is the only way to determine your density. Dense tissue is relatively common and found in more than forty percent (40%) of wome...
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