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3 Women’s Imaging Procedures & How They Work

Women have different needs when it comes to diagnostic imaging. Because of the types of diseases and conditions that are more commonly found in women, there are imaging procedures that are specific to those diseases. In this article, we’ll talk about the three most common imaging procedures for women, including how they work, what to expect, and where to go to get the procedure.  

Mammogram

Mammography is a woman’s best shot at early detection for breast cancer. Mammograms can often detect cancer in the breast years before it would present any symptoms.

What is a mammogram?

A mammogram, put simply, is […]

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5 Heart Health Tips That Will Keep You Living Longer

When it comes to experiencing a long and healthy life, there’s nothing quite as important as cardiac health. Your heart works hard 24 hours a day, seven days a week pumping blood and oxygen throughout your body. So when you aren’t practicing healthy heart habits, your heart is working twice as hard to do the same job. Here are five of our favorite heart health tips to keep you living longer and happier, and to give your heart a little rest.

Give up Smoking

If you smoke cigarettes, it’s time to quit for your heart. It tops the list on our […]

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Why You May Need A Bone Density Scan

Diagnostic imaging tests are often used to treat various diseases, monitor areas of concern, and provide doctors with answers to important medical questions. At Rosetta Radiology, we offer various imaging services that help our radiologist best serve our patients needs. Bone density tests, also known as DEXA bone densitometry, are important when monitoring current or potential bone health issues.

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Imaging 101: How Do X-Rays Work?

How do X-rays work? Despite being the oldest imaging tool, X-rays still hold a lot of mystery for those who aren’t familiar with imaging tests. But, as long as you’re not a medical professional, that’s perfectly normal. Nonetheless, at Rosetta we like to keep our patients (and our readers) well informed. Here is everything you need to know about X-rays!