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Urine Test Could Detect Early Stages of Pancreatic Cancer

Earlier this week, scientists reported they have developed a urine test that may detect pancreatic cancer at an early stage. Since symptoms of pancreatic cancer do not appear until the disease has already spread, researchers have been looking for a way to detect this cancer earlier in hopes to secure effective treatment.

Meet Our Physicians (Part 3)

From X-rays to MRIs, and mammography to ultrasound, our board-certified radiologists take pride in helping you navigate the intricacies of modern imaging technology so you receive the best medical care possible.

Ways to Prevent Workout Injuries

As we know, exercising is an essential part of maintaining good health - the last thing you want is for an injury to derail your healthful plans. Workout injuries can happen to anyone, regardless of experience or fitness level. Luckily you can cut your risk of getting hurt by making your workout smarter with these tips.

Adolescents and TBI

In the past decade there has been a spike in the amount sports related head injuries in children and correspondingly, the number of patients needing CT scans has increased.

General Myths vs. Facts on Imaging Exams

With new medical advancements and technology coming to the forefront each day, it may be hard to distinguish between myth and fact. Many people turn to unreliable sources on the internet to help answer their questions. As such we’re here to clear up some common misconceptions and the actualities about common imaging scans.

Preparing for a Mammogram

Like any medical procedure, it’s natural to be nervous. Rest assured mammography is a very safe procedure, using low doses of radiation to produce high quality X-ray images of the breast. To help make this first mammogram and every mammogram after a little less stressful here are a few steps you can take to prepare.

5 Ways To Keep Calm During Your MRI

It’s not uncommon to feel anxious before a medical procedure, including something non-invasive like an MRI scan. Up until recently, MRIs involved lying down and sliding your body into a tight fitting tube, spurring feelings of distress and claustrophobia. Recent developments however have widened these tubes and in some cases allowed for more open space or upright positions. Should you be preparing for your MRI scan and starting to get antsy, we wanted to share some tips for keeping calm.

Medical Arts Radiology | Mammogram Commercial

An x-ray style commercial by Medical Arts Radiology showcasing a patient’s first Mammogram. All of our 6 Long Island locations, we provide you with the best doctors and technology, including the latest 3D mammography which detects abnormalities better, causing fewer call-backs. Top to it off, we even offer same-day results!

Congress Must Act on Mammography Access

The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendations would restrict access to mammograms for women under 50. Supporters of new draft recommendations on breast cancer screening acknowledge, “we are going to miss some cancers.” Are we willing to lose thousands of women every year?

Meet Our Physicians (Part 2)

From X-rays to MRIs, and mammography to ultrasound, our board-certified radiologists take pride in helping you navigate the intricacies of modern imaging technology so you receive the best medical care possible.