Our Breast Diagnostic Center North location has officially changed locations! Our Women’s Center address is now 7120 Clearvista Drive, Suite 1500 + 1300 Indianapolis, Indiana 46256. Call 317.806.8265 to set up an appointment. Visit our site to find more information: https://www.radiologyofindiana.com/breast-diagnostic-center-north-2/
Chest x-rays are the most common medical imaging examinations. They produce an image of your heart and lungs. A chest radiograph is performed as part of routine physical exam or to reveal/rule out conditions like pneumonia, congestive heart failure, tuberculosis or other lung and heart conditions. Here is how to prepare for a Chest X-Ray.
For more information, follow this link to our website: https://www.radiologyofindiana.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/X-ray-Chest-Patient-Guide.pdf
Meet Dr. Joseph Yedlicka! Dr. Yedlicka is the Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology of Community Hospital. He is an expert in minimally invasive treatments including laser ablation of varicose veins and back pain management and treatment of spine fracture. Dr. Yedlicka’s extensive bibliography includes 41 scientific publications, 28 chapters in 6 textbooks, and over 100 medical presentations in the United States! Read more about Dr. Yedlicka and our other impressive physicians here: https://www.radiologyofindiana.com/physicians-e…/physicians/
End Alzheimer’s Awareness month with prevention. According to the Alzheimer’s association, adopting new lifestyle habits can reduce your risk of cognitive decline. Here are ten ways to love your brain in order to do so, even playing strategical games such as Bridge can reduce risk.
What is a radiologist? A radiologist is a doctor who is trained in diagnosing and/or treating disease with medical imaging. They complete 13 years of education including 4 years of pre-medical school, 4 years of undergraduate medical school, and a 5 year residency. Follow the link to find out more on what exactly is a radiologist.
Our Purses with Purpose event was last Saturday. Over 40 purses were donated from individuals and businesses. We are proud to announce that we surpassed the 2016 event by yielding a profit of $7,267! Thank you to Lisa Gill for courageously speaking at the event and sharing her experience as she battles ovarian cancer. We’d also like to thank our event planner Michelle Jackson for putting it all together.
Thank you to all who came and helped honor the men and women currently battling cancer and those who have made their transition.
Osteoporosis Month is the best time to start thinking about ways to prevent the bone thinning disease. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, there are two types of exercises you can do to build and maintain your bone density: weight-bearing and muscle-strengthening. Click the link for the full article:
Here at Radiology of Indiana, we have two locations, Carmel and Saxony that provide 3D mammography. This new exam looks and feels like a regular mammogram, and only takes a few seconds longer. The exam takes 3D images, allowing doctors to search through the tissue in one-millimeter layers, reducing the chance of a tumor hiding in the shadow of tissue in the breast. Click the links below for video explanation of how the Hologic machine can capture both 2D and 3D images in one platform. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDXSDbiC8yk
Have an upcoming CT scan and not sure what to expect? CT stands for computed tomography, it is an imaging technique that can show anatomy at different levels within the body. CT scans can diagnose many conditions, head scans can be used to check for tumors or blood clots, body scans can help determine whether a growth is solid or fluid-filled and evaluate many different diseases. Follow the link to see how you can prepare for your upcoming CT scan.