mammograms http://wrvo.org en Diagnostic imaging: The eye for the inside http://wrvo.org/post/diagnostic-imaging-eye-inside <p>Like something straight out of science fiction, the use of <a href="http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/diagnosticimaging.html">diagnostic imaging</a> allows doctors to “see” inside the human body without physically opening it up. X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds and MRI are some of the most common kinds, but what is the difference between all of them? What situation calls for what kind of diagnostic imaging, and is there any danger in using them?</p><p>To answer these basic questions, <a href="http://www.craimaging.com/physicians/buckingham/">Dr. Scott Buckingham</a> joins us this week on <em>Take Care</em>. Dr. Buckingham, of CRA Medical Imaging in Syracuse, is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology and has also had training in vascular and interventional radiology.</p><p><strong>Click 'Read More' to hear our interview Dr. Scott Buckingham.</strong></p><p> Mon, 10 Feb 2014 00:01:00 +0000 Take Care 50988 at http://wrvo.org Diagnostic imaging: The eye for the inside New York state now requires notification of dense breast tissue http://wrvo.org/post/new-york-state-now-requires-notification-dense-breast-tissue <p>Letters have started going out from radiologists to women, after normal mammograms, to alert them to a condition that might make it harder for doctors to find breast cancer. &nbsp;A state initiative called the "Breast Density Inform" bill ultimately may force women to have a deeper discussion with their doctors about their risk factors for breast cancer. Wed, 23 Jan 2013 11:58:42 +0000 Ellen Abbott 32249 at http://wrvo.org New York state now requires notification of dense breast tissue