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Do You Need Medical Testing During the Coronavirus Pandemic? Here is What You Need to Know

Do You Need Medical Testing During the Coronavirus Pandemic? Here is What You Need to Know
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has changed the way healthcare providers perform medical testing. The highly infectious disease has sickened millions of people and, sadly, it has taken the lives of tens of thousands more. Medical professionals are preparing to treat very large numbers of patients with COVID-19 while continuing to provide care t...
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Radiology Preparedness for COVID-19 - Changing the Radiology Department to Improve Overall Care

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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) – and the fight to control it – has continued to change since it emerged. The disease started out affecting mostly older adults, for example, but younger people are now coming down with it. Medical scientists and doctors are searching for new ways to diagnose and treat COVID-19 too. In its earliest days at the end of ...
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Got Mammogram Anxiety? Learn These Tips to Help

Got Mammogram Anxiety? Learn These Tips to Help
It's empowering to know all you can about your health, and regularly scheduled screening mammography, starting at age 45 or earlier, is a big part of maintaining your wellbeing as a woman. Although knowledge is power, it's still very common to have mammogram anxiety when the appointment reminder comes up on your calendar. Here we'll include the bes...
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Study Suggests Chest CT is Better for Diagnosing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) than Lab Test

Study Suggests Chest CT is Better for Diagnosing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) than Lab Test
The new coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, is a serious viral infection responsible for more than 90,000 illnesses and more than 3,000 deaths worldwide. Doctors typically use blood tests to diagnose illnesses like coronavirus, but the results of a new study suggests that computed tomography (CT) of the chest might be a better test for the disease....
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The Difference Between CT and MRI: How Does Your Doctor Decide Which to Order?

The Difference Between CT and MRI: How Does Your Doctor Decide Which to Order?
CT and MRI are two different types of medical imaging that create images of organs and tissues inside your body. While CT and MRI are similar in many ways, there are differences between them. Because of these differences, doctors might choose one imaging method over the other.Both CTs and MRIs are non-invasive and pain-free, and each can help your ...
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The Role of Radiology in the Coronavirus

The Role of Radiology in the Coronavirus
Infections with the novel coronavirus began in Wuhan, China, at the end of 2019. Other countries began reporting infections soon afterwards.By February 10, 2020, novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) had infected more than 40,000 people and taken the lives of more than 900, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). While the risks of infection from...
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How do Bones Grow?

How do Bones Grow?
Kids grow up so fast. In fact, a baby grows about 10" in the first year of life and grows several inches each year after that, especially during puberty. All of this growth is due to growing bones.But how exactly do bones grow?Babies are born with about 300 bones, and full-grown adults have only 206. Babies have tiny bones compared with adults, of ...
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Brain Scans and Dementia – What do the Medical Tests Show?

Brain Scans and Dementia – What do the Medical Tests Show?
Dementia is an umbrella term for a group of brain conditions that affect memory, thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily life. About 50 million people worldwide have dementia, according to the World Health Organization, and there are almost 10 million new cases each year. There are many different conditions under the u...
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