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Reasons to Get a CT Lung Screening

Screening for lung cancer, before any symptoms are present, can help find the cancer at an early stage. View our infographic to learn more and see if you are a candidate for lung cancer screening.

Schedule an Appointment at Medical Arts Radiology Online

Whether you are new to our facilities or are a current Medical Arts Radiology patient, we welcome you to schedule your next appointment via our online patient scheduler!

Women’s Equality Day - Female Pioneers in Radiology

Today we see more educated women, who are celebrated and making a change. So in honor of Women’s Equality Day, we thought we’d feature some of the female pioneers of radiology and showcase how their efforts have revolutionized the field.

See You At the Over 50 Fair!

T-Minus one month until the 7th Annual Over 50 Fair at the Melville Marriott! Join Medical Arts Radiology Sunday, September 25th from 10am - 4:30pm for a day of diverse classes and exhibitors catering to those ages 50+.

Spotlight On: Throat Cancer

While throat cancer is relatively uncommon when compared to other cancers, it still affects tens of thousands of Americans annually. Learn about the causes of laryngeal and pharyngeal cancers and what you might be able to do to help lower your risk.

Spotlight On: Leukemia

1 out of every 3 children or teens diagnosed with cancer will learn they have leukemia, making it the most common cancer faced by young adults. Although the cause of most childhood leukemia is still largely unknown, most researchers attribute the rapid growth of cells to a mutation in the child’s DNA. Thanks to advancements in research and technology, children diagnosed with the most common forms of leukemia have much more favorable outcomes than years past.

MRI Scan Reveals No Further Injury for Dutch Cyclist

We’re glad to hear Annemiek van Vleuten escaped further injuries from Sunday's crash and that medical imaging tests - like MRI - were able to provide insight on body structures that were not as visible through other diagnostic imaging methods.

Is 3-D Printing a Better Prosthetic?

When it comes to creating prosthetic limbs, particularly the sockets that hold them on, each must be perfectly fitted to an amputee. While it seems pretty straightforward - truth is even the way someone stands during measurement, if they aren’t perfectly aligned, the fit can be thrown off. But perhaps with MRI scans and 3-D printing - this can change.