January 18, 2022Featured, Research

New USPSTF guidelines reduce CT lung screening disparities

New USPSTF guidelines reduce CT lung screening disparities By Amerigo Allegretto, AuntMinnie.com staff writer January 13, 2022 — New recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) on CT lung cancer screening provide more access to screening for African Americans, according to research published January 13 in JAMA Oncology. A team led by Dr. […]

February 16, 2021Physician Perspectives, Research

Nuclear Medicine and Your Health

Discover what you need to know about nuclear medicine when it comes to your health care. Here at Radiology Imaging Associates, we have five fellowship-trained nuclear medicine radiologists. These physicians use nuclear medicine imaging procedures to visualize the structure and function of an organ, tissue, bone or system within the body. During a nuclear medicine […]

December 29, 2020Physician Perspectives, Research

Lora Barke, DO on Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

Here is Lora Barke, DO answering RSNA’s questions regarding her recent research on Digital Breast Tomosynthesis. What are the chief limitations of mammography? The ideal screening tool finds all the cancers and causes no false alarms- so our goal is to get as close to that ideal as we can. On regular 2D mammography, a […]