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The History Of Radiology: 3 Founding Fathers & Their Contributions To The Industry

Radiology is one of the most important fields of medicine. Since its inception, the field of radiology has expanded to become more innovative and cutting edge. In this article, we will look into three famous radiologists whose contributions have had a long-lasting impact on the history of radiology.

2019-12-20T18:44:46+00:00December 20th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The History Of Radiology: 3 Founding Fathers & Their Contributions To The Industry
  • About intravenous pyelogram

Why Would I Need An Intravenous Pyelogram?

If you are suffering from the urinary tract or kidney problems, your doctor may suggest an intravenous pyelogram. But what is an IVP? This imaging test may be intimidating because of the dyes and x-rays involved, but we are here to assure you that this test is nothing to worry about.

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3 Unique Ways That X-Ray Technology Is Used

Most of us have had an x-ray at some point in our life, whether it’s been for an injury or a routine check-up like at the dentist. X-rays are a common way to see inside the body to diagnose and treat ailments or monitor any progression in the body. But did you know that x-rays have other unique uses outside the medical field? Below are three unique and fun x-ray uses in modern-day life.

Airport Security

Another very common setting where x-rays are regularly used is the airport.  Both you and your bags undergo x-ray viewing as a security measure. […]

2019-03-29T15:17:51+00:00March 29th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on 3 Unique Ways That X-Ray Technology Is Used
  • 7 Things Patients Should Know About Radiologists

7 Things Patients Should Know About Radiologists

Doctors play an important role in taking care of their patients. Radiologists specifically are vital to providing answers to serious questions about various health concerns patients may have. At Rosetta Radiology, our radiologists are dedicated to ensuring that our patients receive the best care and leave our center with better knowledge about any ailments they may have. While many people may understand the important role radiologists play, here are a few things you should know about what radiologists really do. 

  • How each diagnostic varies in price

How Each Diagnostic Imaging Scan Varies in Price

It can be confusing sorting through all of the information surrounding various diagnostic imaging scans. Learning what the tests are, how they are performed, and what their function is can be a dizzying experience, let alone trying to figure out a fair price for each scan. Thankfully, there is a rhyme and reason to the pricing of these scans. The sophistication of the test and the area where it is used will usually determine the cost. We are here to inform you about how you can determine a fair price and why they vary.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • What Is An IVP

What Is An IVP?

An IVP, or intravenous pyelogram, is an x-ray test that provides pictures of the kidneys, urethra, bladder, and ureters. An IVP can measure the size, shape, and position of the urinary tract and evaluate what is collected inside the kidneys. During this test, a dye called contrast material is injected inside the arm and then multiple x-rays are taken at different intervals.

  • Facts you didnt know about X-rays

Facts You Didn’t Know About X-rays

When people think of X-rays, they initially think about bones. But when you take a closer look into this diagnostic imaging scan, there is a lot more to it than meets the eye. X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation that takes internal images of the body by using a broad range of wavelength frequencies. Here’s some facts you probably didn’t know about x-rays that might even surprise you.

  • Medical Imaging and Radiation

Medical Imaging And The Effects Of Radiation

Having to undergo a diagnostic imaging scan can pose various questions. We are here to provide the answers to all our patients concerns to help them feel comfortable before their procedure and aware of the scan they are undergoing.