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Newsletter – Second Quarter 2022

In Newsletter by Addison Clark

Click here to download PDF – Second Quarter 2022. – Prostate artery embolization provides long-term relief for men with an enlarged prostate; Imaging expertise, artificial intelligence speed local stroke response; Radiologists are community partners in diagnosing sports injuries; Radiologist Spotlight – David L. Glasser, MD

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Newsletter – First Quarter 2022

In Newsletter by Addison Clark

Click here to download PDF – First Quarter 2022. – Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty may provide a solution to a common cause of back pain; Radiologist Spotlight – Samer Hijaz, MD; PET/CT test improves detection of recurring prostate cancer

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Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg Welcomes Dr. Lynn Ivey to the Practice

In 2021, Ivey, News, RAF by Addison Clark

FREDERICKSBURG, VA, AUGUST 10, 2021 — Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) welcomes Dr. Lynn Ivey to the practice. Dr. Ivey graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and subsequently completed her diagnostic radiology residency and fellowship in breast imaging there. Dr. Ivey has special interest in complete breast health with emphasis on using imaging modalities to aid in the early …

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Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Receives New Dual Energy CT Scanner

In News by Addison Clark

Fredericksburg, VA, August 12, 2021-Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg, a partnership between Mary Washington Healthcare (MWHC) and Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg has announced the arrival of their new dual source CT scanner, which adds to the existing capabilities of its Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Technology. Dr. Neil B. Green, physician director of cardiac imaging for Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg says, “Medical Imaging …

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COVID-19 Vaccine Presents Deceiving Side Effect in Women

In Featured Articles, News, Women's Imaging by Addison Clark

Amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare services are more important than ever. Though the pandemic has instilled some fear in patients and is causing them to avoid medical services, we want our patients to know it is crucial that women do not skip or delay their screening mammogram appointments. Now, with COVID-19 vaccination rolling out across the nation, women are …