With the pandemic still swirling around us, is it safe to get a mammogram right now? Get the answer from a diagnostic radiology specialist.
Did you skip your regular mammogram screening due to COVID-19? Find out why it’s important to get your preventative care program back on track in this short answer from a diagnostic radiologist.
Do you know the difference between thermography and mammography? Learn more about both from a diagnostic radiology specialist.
Which health screening tests are appropriate for you? It’s best to speak with your doctor about your individual risk factors, but here’s a look at where to start.
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