Appointments:  919.232.4700

Looks like you're using an old version of Internet Explorer. Please update your browser or switch to Chrome or Firefox to view WakeRad.com.

GET CONNECTED!

At Wake Radiology, we are connected to our patients, providers, and community. Connect with us and receive the latest news via email, facebook, and twitter!

CONNECT WITH US

Subject: Mammogram

Healthy Lifestyle and Breast Cancer
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about a healthy lifestyle and breast cancer. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

What does it mean to get called back?
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about what it means to get a call back from a screening mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

How Often Do I Need To Get a Mammogram
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about how often a woman should get a mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

Breast Imaging
The unique breadth and depth of Wake Radiology’s breast imaging expertise allows us to offer a full spectrum of breast imaging services, from conventional 2D and 3D mammographybreast ultrasound and Breast MRI to three types of image-guided breast biopsy. 

 

Revolutionary 3D Mammography
Wake Radiology’s Dr. Chandler speaks about the revolutionary advancement of 3D Mammography.

3D Advancements
View this 1 minute video to learn from Dr. Danielle Wellman as she explains the advancements of 3D mammography.

Advancements in Radiology
Wake Radiology explains why 3D mammography is a revolutionary breakthrough in breast cancer detection.

Quality Imaging
Wake Radiology’s radiologists and technologists explain how quality images and breakthrough screenings impact your health.

Mammography
2016 promo

Mammography
2016 radio spot

3D Mammography
Learn from our friends at MyCarolina Today how easy you can get your 3D Mammogram.

WRAL Health News
3D Mammogram
November 2014

3D Mammography
Dr. Rose
Hologic
3 minutes

3D Mammography
Patient Video
Hologic
2 minutes

How much radiation is in a mammogram?

Radiation is always a concern when people need some type of medical imaging. This holds true with mammography and can lead to questions about this important annual screening. Dr. John Matzko, breast imaging specialist, helps patients understand how much radiation they will receive during a mammogram. Learn more…


Discussing 3D Mammography breakthrough technology

3D Mammograms: Breakthrough Technology

3D mammography is one of the most revolutionary technologies in breast cancer detection in the past 20 years. Dr. Danielle Wellman, breast imaging radiologist, discusses this breakthrough with Valonda Calloway during a segment on WNCN’s My Carolina Today Learn more…


Do I really need a mammogram every year?

I’m always surprised by just how often I hear that question.
I’ve worked as a mammography technologist for a little over two years. During that time, I’ve heard countless women say, “I read or heard that you really don’t need a mammogram every year.” Or, others who say “no one in my family has breast cancer so I don’t need a mammogram every year.”
So when I hear those statements or am asked that question, here’s what I say: Learn more…


Investing in You

Lyndon K. Jordan III, MD • Research shows that breast cancer will afflict 1 in 8 women during their lifetime. 3D mammography is the most revolutionary advancement in breast imaging in more than 20 years. Learn more…


Jennifer Springer, first mammogram

Acting On Impulse To Overcome a Fear: Jennifer Springer

Jennifer Springer had just turned 40 years old. She had promised a dear friend who is a breast cancer survivor that she would get a mammogram. She had been putting it off. There was always a good reason for not doing it today. And, she was scared. Find out why four simple words were all she needed to hear. Learn more…


Now in 3D: Advances in Mammography

Danielle L. Wellman, MD • The best prevention against breast cancer is to get an annual screening mammogram. Now, 3D mammography can make it easier to detect breast cancer when it’s extremely small. Learn more from one of my recent articles in Thrive Magazine. Learn more…


One of Our Own: Susan Bradsher

Susan Bradsher began working at Wake Radiology in 1985. After a break while her children were young, she returned to Wake Radiology in 2007. When 3D mammography was introduced in 2013, her boss, Kim Morris, suggested she try it. Susan was 49 years old and healthy. It had been two years since her last mammogram. Learn more…


Pin It on Pinterest