Our Esaote G-Scan Brio MRI located in our Ocala office!
We have another great MRI machine for claustrophobic patients. Check out our Esaote G-Scan Brio MRI located in our Ocala office! The G-scan Brio is a revolutionary MRI approach for ...Read More →
Oakley Seaver Open MRI
Are you claustrophobic? Our Oakley Seaver location has an Open MRI. The Open MRIs are noticeably quieter and are much more comfortable than a traditional MRI. It allows for imaging ...Read More →
The 3 “Must Haves” in Women’s Imaging
Have you ever jumped out of bed, excited for your mammogram appointment? Probably not! At Clermont Radiology's Women's Center, we have created a soothing, spa-like environment staffed with caring experts, ...Read More →
Screening Mammogram or Diagnostic Mammogram… What’s the Difference?
It is estimated that 1 out of every 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Mammography plays an important role in the early diagnosis ...Read More →
At what age can I stop getting mammograms?
Most women begin having annual screening mammograms around age 40. But if you are 55 or older, you may be wondering "at what age can I can stop getting mammograms?" The ...Read More →
Why do I need my Prior Images for a Mammogram?
Maybe you have recently moved, changed doctors, or have new insurance and now, are going to a different imaging center for your annual mammogram. Either way, the new imaging center ...Read More →
Should Thermography be used for Breast Cancer Screening?
If you are a woman age 40 or above, breast cancer screening is or will soon be a part of your annual health checkup. Recently, the use of breast thermography ...Read More →
Should I wear a Thyroid Shield during my Mammogram?
Once a woman reaches the age of 40, mammograms become an annual part of her life. A common concern may be the risk of developing thyroid cancer due to radiation ...Read More →
Why do I need a DEXA Scan?
DEXA (dual energy x-ray absorptiometry) is an exam that estimates bone density in specific areas of the body using special x-ray technology. Your doctor may ask that you have a DEXA ...Read More →
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