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Do MRI Scans Cause Cancer? 3 Common MRI Myths Debunked

Do MRI Scans Cause Cancer? 3 Common MRI Myths Debunked
Technology is always changing, especially when it comes to the medical field. But one thing that remains constant is the spread of miscommunication and misinformation surrounding medical procedures and testing like MRI machines. In order to dispel some of the myths that continue to surround this commonly used type of radiology, we've compiled three...
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You Deserve the Benefits of a 3D Mammogram

You Deserve the Benefits of a 3D Mammogram
This year your physician may suggest you make a change. Instead of a traditional mammogram, the type you have read about or experienced for yourself at a radiology center, the doctor may want to take advantage of emerging technology that provides a more comprehensive and in-depth view of breast tissue.  About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed wit...
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Keeping You in the Game with Sports Injury Imaging

Keeping You in the Game with Sports Injury Imaging
Radiology Affiliates Imaging​ - ​Providing Sports Injury Imaging with Dr. Jeff Mathews

For more than 40 years, Radiology Affiliates Imaging has been providing the families of Mercer and Bucks County regions with the highest level of imaging technology. Our over 40 board certified subspecialty radiologists are committed to providing exceptional imaging services and have been trained in areas of specialty radiology. Musculoskeletal (MS...
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Beyond the MRI: Diagnostic Imaging Center Services

Beyond the MRI: Diagnostic Imaging Center Services
​There are many reasons patients visit diagnostic imaging centers, but perhaps the most common is for magnetic resonance imaging , commonly referred to as an MRI. About 30 million MRI scans are performed every year in the United States alone. And while they're useful for detecting everything from sports injuries to life-threatening brain tumors and...
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Why the 3 Tesla MRI is the Best Scanner for Diagnostic Imaging

Why the 3 Tesla MRI is the Best Scanner for Diagnostic Imaging
Even if you've never undergone an MRI scan yourself, you've probably heard the term on various medical TV shows or in everyday conversation. In case you aren't sure what it is, MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. It is a diagnostic imaging technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed images of your body's internal...
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Do You Drink Alcohol? You Could Be Putting Yourself at Serious Risk for Breast Cancer

Do You Drink Alcohol? You Could Be Putting Yourself at Serious Risk for Breast Cancer
Diagnostic imaging tools like MRI scans and 3D mammograms can reveal breast cancer, but they can't tell you how or why that cancer developed. Now, a new study sheds light on one major possible source of invasive breast cancer: alcohol. The connection between alcohol consumption and cancer was officially declared a threat by the World Health Or...
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Types of Mammography and How They Differ

Types of Mammography and How They Differ
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States, and about one in eight American women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2015, an estimated 231,840 new cases of invasive breast cancer were expected to be diagnosed in women, along with 60,290 new cases of non-invasive b...
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Men, Here is What You Should Know About Prostate Cancer

Men, Here is What You Should Know About Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men after skin cancer. It is the most deadly form of cancer, and about one in seven men will be diagnosed with this disease at least once in their lifetime. Here is everything you need to know about prostate cancer, in order to protect yourself and to stay healthy. What is the prostate? The prosta...
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