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  • Planning and Paying for a Diagnostic Procedure

    Planning and Paying for a Diagnostic Procedure

    Advanced diagnostic procedures such as MRIs and CT scans often play a critical role in modern medicine. They can help your doctor accurately identify a disease or disorder and also guide the course of treatment.

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  • Bone Density Tests: When You need them and When You Don't

    Bone Density Tests: When You need them and When You Don't

    Bone density tests measure the strength of your bones. They help determine your risk for sustaining a bone fracture. Let’s consider when you might need a bone density test and when you don’t.

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  • What Role Can Radiology Play in Reducing Healthcare Costs

    What Role Can Radiology Play in Reducing Healthcare Costs

    It is very rare that a patient is admitted to a hospital and the physician does not order any kind of imaging study. Radiology is important for the timely and appropriate management of nearly every major disease area from Orthopedics to Gastroenterology to Oncology; and so it can play a central role in reducing healthcare costs.

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  • What to Expect when You get an Ultrasound

    What to Expect when You get an Ultrasound

    An ultrasound is a safe, painless, and quick way to see inside your body by using soundwaves. Most ultrasound scans do not require any preparation, but there are a few exceptions.

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  • When is an MRI useful for Cervical Pain?

    When is an MRI useful for Cervical Pain?

    An MRI is a very safe and painless diagnostic test that uses radio waves and magnetic fields to create very detailed images of the structures inside your body. Unlike X-rays that only visualize the bone abnormalities, the MRI can visualize bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and muscles. Let’s consider some situations where an MRI is useful to help diagnose the cause of neck, shoulder, or arm pain.

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