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Should I Get a Thyroid Biopsy?

Thyroid Check
December 29th, 2017
Thyroid biopsies are typically performed in order to determine if lumps or nodules in the neck are cancerous. If you’ve been diagnosed with thyroid nodules, your doctor will most likely recommend having a biopsy. Although cancerous nodules are rare, it’s still important to find out whether or not yours are benign. Reasons to Consider a […]
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When Should I See a Radiologist?

patient with radiologist
November 21st, 2017
A radiologist is an important partner in your healthcare, working with your family physician as well as other doctors to ensure that you get the best possible care. They review, interpret, and communicate the results of the scans to help aid in making a diagnosis. What should you expect when going to Neighborhood Radiology? In […]
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What are the Benefits of Genetic Testing?

woman physician with young female patient
October 27th, 2017
Genetic testing offers a way for you to find out if you have an increased risk of certain diseases, including breast cancer. For example, women with a BRCA gene mutation have a higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer. In order to protect your health, it’s important to understand the benefits of genetic testing and […]
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Breast Cancer Awareness Everyday, Every Month

woman pinning breast cancer ribbon
October 26th, 2017
With October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, coming to an end it’s important to know as much as possible about the disease throughout the year. At Neighborhood Radiology, we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness, every day and every month of the year. Breast cancer survival rates have increased in recent years as a direct result of early […]
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