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4 Impactful Ways To Celebrate National Women’s Health Week

This year, National Women’s Health Week 2020 is celebrated during the week of May 10 to May 16. We invite you to join us throughout Women’s Health Week 2020 as we bring attention to the importance of health among mothers, daughters, sisters, girlfriends, etc. At Rosetta, we want to encourage women and girls to make their health a top priority. So, we are sharing four impactful ways that you can get involved in this important week for both women and girls.

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Everything You Need To Know About A DEXA Scan

Osteoporosis causes the bones to become more fragile and more likely to break and is usually found in older people. A DEXA scan evaluates or measures bone density. In this article, we will describe everything you need to know about a DEXA scan.

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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.

  • What is a Dexa scan?

What Is A DEXA Scan?

Traditional X-ray technology is probably the most basic and rudimental form of imaging, yet even still it is a fundamental tool in the use of newer, more advanced imaging devices such as the DEXA scan, which utilizes ionizing technology to image the quality of bones and can be used to diagnose bone conditions and diseases. Let’s take a little dive into what it is, how it functions, and what to expect from it.


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How Well Do You Know Your Bones: 5 Interesting Facts About Bones

What do bones do? What are bones? If you were to ask someone these questions you would probably get responses like “bones support the body” and “the strong white things that have calcium".