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PATIENT STORIES

As a retired school teacher of 40 years, Gail Woolard knows the importance of following directions. When it comes to her health, she listens to the recommended guidelines to receive a yearly mammogram. Learn more…

FROM OUR EXPERTS

As the region’s largest and most respected outpatient imaging practice, Wake Radiology offers insight into many radiology procedures and services through the expertise of our Radiologist specialist. Learn more…

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide.
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A mammogram can detect cancer early, when it is most treatable.

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Even though this is the case, nearly a third of American women currently do not get regular mammograms.

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Answers to Your Joint Pain Questions

Joint pain can affect people regardless of age or activity level. Dr. Rusty Wilson, musculoskeletal radiologist and the Co-Director of the Orthopedic and Sport Imaging section at Wake Radiology, addresses common questions related to joint pain and when you should talk with your doctor about how imaging can help your diagnosis and treatment. Learn more…


Can an MRI Help Diagnose and Treat Arthritis Pain?

In the United States alone, it’s estimated that nearly 46 million Americans have some form of arthritis. Unfortunately, the likelihood of developing this chronic condition increases with age. Imaging technologies, particularly MRI, can play an important role not only in diagnosing arthritis, but in assisting with monitoring treatments and pain-relieving therapies. Learn more…


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