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Who Is Most At-Risk for Cervical Cancer?

The CDC conducted a massive study to find out who was most likely to receive a cervical cancer diagnosis. Read their surprising findings on our blog.

What Are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?

Cervical cancers is one of the cancers with little to no early warning signs. Learn what you’re looking for and when to start getting screened.

What Is Nuclear Medicine?

Nuclear medicine is the next generation of advanced medical imaging—but how exactly does it work? Is it any different from an MRI? Learn more on today’s blog.

Medical Arts Radiology: Review Roundup 2017

With the year coming to a close, let’s take a look back at a few of the wonderful things you, our devoted patients, have had to say about Medical Arts Radiology and the incredible people who work here.

It's True, an Athlete's Own Blood Can Cure Them

Researchers have discovered that with a little assistance from a needle and centrifuge, your body has the power to heal itself faster than ever before. That’s right, we’re talking about platelet-rich plasma therapy.

What's the Difference Between an X-ray, MRI and a CT Scan?

We’re setting the record straight by breaking down the three most popular imaging techniques used today — an x-ray, CT scan, and an MRI.

8 Tips to Help Someone With Claustrophobia Get Through an MRI

Whether you have been diagnosed with claustrophobia or are just a little nervous about your upcoming MRI scan, here are a few things that may help you get through an MRI successfully.

What is a Fluoroscopy?

If you were to think of an X-ray as a picture, than a fluoroscopy would be like a movie. Unlike an X-ray, which shows just an image of your body, a fluoroscopy can obtain real-time, moving images of what’s happening inside your body, as it happens.

How Should I Prepare for an Ultrasound?

An ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic imaging procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture images of the inside of your body. Unlike other imaging techniques, ultrasounds use no radiation.

What Can I Expect During PRP Therapy at Medical Arts?

Imagine if you could use your body’s own materials to stimulate healing. It sounds too good to be true, right? But that’s exactly what Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is doing.