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Everything I need to Know about My Upcoming Thyroid Biopsy

Thyroid Biopsy
April 30th, 2018
What Is a Thyroid Biopsy? A thyroid biopsy is a frequently performed procedure that’s done to investigate a mass or nodule found in the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly-shaped gland found in the front of the neck. The biopsy will determine whether the growth is benign or malignant. In order to […]
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What is an Arthrogram?

April 23rd, 2018
A regular X-ray is an important tool in medicine that can give your doctor a great deal of information in some cases. If you have potential damage or disease in or around a joint, however, an arthrogram may yield more information. In this blog, the board-certified radiologists at Neighborhood Radiology Services explain exactly what this […]
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What is Interventional Radiology?

Interventional Radiology
April 6th, 2018
When you have cancer, cardiovascular disease or other serious conditions, traditional treatments sometimes involve the use of open surgery, which comes with severe risks, such as excessive bleeding. Interventional radiology lowers the need for open surgery by providing an alternative way to treat certain conditions with minimally invasive procedures. Find out more about this type […]
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Self Breast Exam: Step by Step

March 29th, 2018
A self-breast exam provides you with a chance to discover if you might have a problem with one or both breasts that needs further examination. These exams are an important part of detecting possible signs of breast cancer as early as possible, which can significantly improve your chance of having successful treatment. Learn more about […]
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Why Diagnostic Imaging Saves Lives

Neighborhood Radiology - Why Diagnostic Imaging Saves Lives
February 28th, 2018
When doctors are trying to diagnose medical problems and need additional information, diagnostic imaging can provide them with a more accurate picture of what is going on inside your body. These imaging tests offer detailed images of specific areas, so doctors can determine if any abnormalities are present or how severe a medical condition is. […]
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Should I get an MRI?

Neighborhood Radiology - Should I get an MRI test
February 26th, 2018
When you have an injury or a suspected illness, imaging tests, such as an MRI, can provide more detailed information on the affected area. This information helps healthcare providers make a more accurate diagnosis while also determining how severe an injury or illness is. An MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, test involves the use of […]
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What Is a Digital X-Ray?

Doctor Using Digital Tablet Viewing Medical Scan
January 31st, 2018
Just about anyone who has ever visited the dentist or had a broken bone has had an x-ray in the past. Digital x-rays are the next step in evolution for x-ray technology. They provide all of the ease and convenience of conventional x-rays for recognizing problems with bones, teeth, organs, and other body parts. However, […]
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Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Neighborhood Radiology - Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
January 26th, 2018
Cervical Cancer Awareness Month provides an opportunity for taking steps to increase awareness of this disease and helping women understand how to lower their risk of it. This includes spreading awareness of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which is an infection that can increase the risk of cervical cancer.  What Is Cervical Cancer? Cervical cancer is a […]
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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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