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  • The Many Myths Surrounding 3D Ultrasound

The Many Myths Surrounding 3D Ultrasound

Since the 3D ultrasound was first developed in 1987, this diagnostic imaging tool has been used to view a three-dimensional image inside the womb. These images can be used to give physicians answers to any questions of concern while also allowing the mother to see her baby. Becuase of the realistic images ultrasounds help create, they are one of the most common diagnostic imaging scans used on pregnant women. 

  • This Ingredient Could Be The Reason For Sleepless Nights

This Ingredient Could Be The Reason For Sleepless Nights

Salt has been known as a sneak ingredient that potentially can affect your health. A new study has shown that people who suffer from nocturia often consume too much salt. While this research suggests that eating too much salt before bed can affect your sleep, there is more to the study than what meets the eye.

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Hospital Vs. Outpatient Facility

Choosing where to get a diagnostic imaging scan can be a complicated decision full of questions.  What type of scan do I need? How much will my scan cost? These initial questions may lead you to wonder where you should get your diagnostic imaging scan: either a hospital or an outpatient imaging center. While quality care is often the first consideration when making this decision, outpatient facilities usually offer both quality care and affordability over a hospital for diagnostic imaging procedures.

  • 6 of funniest X-Ray images

6 Of Funniest X-Ray Images

As one of the most common bone diagnostic imaging scans, an x-ray is simply a form of radiation which uses electromagnetic waves to create pictures of the inside of your body. While it is most commonly used to determine a broken bone, in these six instances radiologists found more than bones. These six x-ray images, show radiology humor and are only considered to be that because of the strange items that ended up inside of people.

  • 5 Reasons We Love Our Doctors

5 Reasons We Love Our Doctors

On March 30th, Doctor Appreciation takes places to show our doctors how much we appreciate all they do for their patients.  Doctors contribute to making the world a happier and healthier place. We love our Rosetta Radiologists and all they do to provide the best care to our patients. We appreciate our radiologists so much that we decided to list 5 reasons why we love all the doctors that serve us on a daily basis.  

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A Guide To St. Patrick’s Day In NYC

New York City is known for hosting the best events pertaining to various holidays, and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. If you’re looking to enjoy a pint of Guinness and wear your favorite green outfit,  be sure to join the many festivities NYC has to offer on March 17th.  Steer clear of any leprechauns and hit up these festive St. Patrick’s Day events that will make you feel lucky.

  • Does Radiation Therapy Make Cancer Worse

Does Radiation Therapy Make Cancer Worse?

For cancer patients, treatment options are usually limited to choosing between radiation therapy and homeopathic treatment. Most patients are hesitant to choose radiation therapy because of the potential dangers radiation exposure pose. But does radiation therapy actually work?

  • Ankle X-ray

Ankle X-Ray: Do I Need One?

Ankle injuries are one of the most common injuries between men and women.  Because of the tissue and bones surrounding this major joint, ankles are prone to injury and can take time to heal if not treated properly.  Diagnosing an ankle injury is important in determining the proper care precautions to take