Capturing images in 3D doesn’t necessarily improve the way we “see” radiology images — typically, it just costs more to get tested. That’s why at Rosetta Radiology we recommend utilizing a combination of 2D tomosynthesis (also referred to as “tomo” or 2D mammography) and ultrasound technology over standard 3D tomographies.
You may have already heard the term “nuclear medicine”, but what is nuclear medicine? It’s been popping up more in medical-related conversations, but what does it have to do with you? Read more to find out!
This May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and we want to encourage all of our patients to stay as active as possible, regardless of their health limitations. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 10 ways to stay active that you can pick and choose from, depending on your ability.