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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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Everything You Should Know Before Going for a Mammogram

Everything You Should Know Before Going for a Mammogram
Early detection is the most crucial part of preventing breast cancer, one of the most common forms of cancer in women. In fact, about 12% of women will develop breast cancer over the course of their lifetime -- most of which can be caught early on through routine mammograms. Here is everything you should know about 3D mammography tomosynthesis in o...
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Radiology Imaging and Pregnancy: What You Need to Know

Radiology Imaging and Pregnancy: What You Need to Know
When you're pregnant and your doctor recommends a form of radiology imaging or refers you to a diagnostic imaging center , you may have some questions. Aren't X-rays and radiology potentially harmful to unborn children? The answer is not as definitive as you may think. Read on to learn more about safe radiology practices during pregnancy. It takes ...
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What are Open MRIs, and Who Needs Them?

What are Open MRIs, and Who Needs Them?
For the countless Americans who will visit diagnostic imaging centers this year, the open MRI has been a godsend. Even in the best case scenarios at the best radiology centers in NJ, an MRI can be a stressful ordeal. Not only are many patients anxious about the potential results of their scan, but the process itself can be physically and mentally u...
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3 Types of MRI Machines and the Difference Between an Open MRI vs a Closed MRI

3 Types of MRI Machines and the Difference Between an Open MRI vs a Closed MRI
Physicians often use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to diagnose and treat medical conditions that can be seen only by use of x-ray or magnetic fields and radio frequencies. An MRI machine produces detailed pictures of internal body structures. This radiology imaging technique has improved by great leaps and bounds over the years, leading to the i...
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Everything You Need to Know About a Career in Radiology

Everything You Need to Know About a Career in Radiology
A radiologist is a physician who specializes in medical or radiology imaging techniques in order to diagnose diseases and injuries. Radiologists go through a significant amount of education, which includes completion of a bachelor's degree, medical school, and a residency. What is radiology? Radiology is a medical specialty that uses imaging techni...
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An MRI Can Detect These Life-Threatening Brain Conditions

An MRI Can Detect These Life-Threatening Brain Conditions
Minor headaches can occur for any number of reasons and usually subside after a little bit of rest. The majority of headaches are rarely caused by serious medical problems, but a particularly bad one might make you wonder about tumors, aneurysms, mental illness, or blood clots. If you experience any of the following symptoms, your doctor may w...
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Men, Are You Checking Yourself For Breast Cancer? An MRI Can Save Your Life.

Men, Are You Checking Yourself For Breast Cancer? An MRI Can Save Your Life.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive way for a doctor to examine the inside of your body. High-resolution images are produced that can then be used for medical diagnosis at diagnostic imaging centers . The machine can also be used to produce 3D images that can be viewed from different angles. The most common use of an MRI machine is t...
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