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Subject: Body Imaging

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Outpatient imaging & expertise
April 2015

Evaluating the Female Pelvis
(Ultra) Sound Advice
Danielle Wellman, MD
47 minutes

Coronary CT
for Chest Pain
Rans Douglas, MD
57 minutes

How 3D Mammography Changed My Life

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, starting at the age of 40. Following these directions — year in and year out — not only gave Gail peace of mind, but it may have saved her life. Learn more…


Top 5 MRI Questions

Just being told you need a MRI can make you worried and anxious. One of our trained technologists answers the top 5 questions that are asked most commonly asked about having an MRI. Learn more…


A Technologist’s View: What Did You See?

Quality images are the foundation for an accurate diagnosis. One of our radiologic technologists explains why capturing just the right image is critical to your health. And, how providing the best quality images makes it possible for our subspecialty radiologists to make a diagnosis. Learn more…


What Is That on My X-Ray?

Ever wonder what that item is on your x-ray? Almost every person who comes into our office for an x-ray asks about “that thing in the corner.” One of our technologist has the answer to question everyone wants answered. Learn more…


What Makes An Image?

by Lyndon K. Jordan, III, MD • I am sometimes asked, “what makes an image?” For an x-ray image, most people think of a film on a lightbox with shadows of bones and organs. As a radiologist, I can tell you that an image is much more than that at Wake Radiology. Learn more…


James Smith – a Grateful MRI Patient

For nearly 58 years James Smith (patient’s name has been changed to protect his privacy), has defied the odds. He has lived with a rare, undiagnosed congenital condition. It’s called a diaphragmatic hernia. In Smith’s case, his is an even rarer type called Morgagni’s hernia. Learn more…


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