Capturing images in 3D doesn’t necessarily improve the way we “see” radiology images — typically, it just costs more to get tested. That’s why at Rosetta Radiology we recommend utilizing a combination of 2D tomosynthesis (also referred to as “tomo” or 2D mammography) and ultrasound technology over standard 3D tomographies.Read More
You may have already heard the term “nuclear medicine”, but what is nuclear medicine? It’s been popping up more in medical-related conversations, but what does it have to do with you? Read more to find out!Read More
This May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and we want to encourage all of our patients to stay as active as possible, regardless of their health limitations. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 10 ways to stay active that you can pick and choose from, depending on your ability.Read More
How do X-rays work? Despite being the oldest imaging tool, X-rays still hold a lot of mystery for those who aren’t familiar with imaging tests. But, as long as you’re not a medical professional, that’s perfectly normal. Nonetheless, at Rosetta we like to keep our patients (and our readers) well informed. Here is everything you need to know about X-rays!Read More
Radiation therapy is often a grueling process for many patients, both physically and emotionally. No matter how helpless you may feel, there is a lot that you (and we) can do to help treat the side effects of radiotherapy. Here are 5 radiotherapy coping tips we believe anyone going through radiation should know.Read More
At Rosetta Radiology, we believe that our radiation oncology patients benefit from knowing what radiation therapy treatment steps to expect and what their radiation therapy treatment plan will look like. If you or someone you know is about to begin radiation therapy treatment, here is everything you need to know as well as what to expect.Read More
As radiologists, our profession can be very demanding, stressful, and mentally exhausting, so it makes sense that we tend to ease the tension with a little radiology humor. Here are 10 radiology jokes we cannot help giggling at!Read More
The combination of the CT scan and the PET scan is still a pretty recent thing but now the imaging device is a staple in diagnostic centers across the world. New PET/CT scans provides very detailed images and more concise answers to important diagnostic questions. Read more to find out how they work.Read More
The main result of bone density loss is the bone disease Osteoporosis but in order to understand bone density loss, Osteoporosis, and the importance of early detection, we have to answer some questions first.
Cerebral palsy is difficult to recognize in newborns and infants, but MRI technology plays a crucial role in diagnosing the disease. Learn more about how MRI testing for cerebral palsy works.
The two defining characteristics of interventional radiology are minimally invasive procedures and image guided technology. Interventional radiology procedures are becoming more and more popular given their minimal risk levels and fast recovery; they are currently the preferred method of treatment for many conditions.Read More
Have you heard of the Mediterranean diet? This diet has been known as the "heart-healthy" diet, and now it's scientifically proven to be such! Drizzle a little olive oil over your healthy snack and see how beneficial this diet can be.Read More
If your doctor has directed you to undergo a breast biopsy and you’re a little nervous about the procedure, don’t feel bad! We’re here to prepare you and inform you. Here is everything you need to know in order to prepare for a breast biopsy, as well as what to expect from the procedure.
While the symptoms of traumatic brain injury in children are similar to those in adults, because children’s brains are still developing, traumatic brain injury can have more devastating long-term effects on their cognitive and social abilities.Knowing how to identify the signs and symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can go a long towards preventing serious consequences.
It's ok to not have a Valentine on February 14th. Actually, it can make this Tuesday extra-ordinary. Whether it included spending time with your friends or having some much needed "you time", here are ideas of how you can celebrate Valentine's Day.Read More
Women with dense breasts are 6 times more likely to develop breast cancer during their lifetimes. It’s a statistic that most of us know about, but knowing this isn’t the same as understanding it. Let’s take a look at the facts behind breast density and see what that means for you.Read More
Yoga is a great choice for people looking to improve their back pain and to strengthen their bodies in a holistic way. Willing to give it a shot? Here are 10 beginner yoga poses for back pain relief that can help you shake some of your chronic back pain symptoms and even address the causes of back pain.Read More
Prostate cancer is the most prevalent cancer affecting American men. Statistics show that 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetimes. Men in the early stages of prostate cancer will likely show no signs or symptoms. When prostate cancer does begin to show signs, it’s likely already at an advanced stage. Here are the top 5 signs to be on the lookout for.Read More
The holiday season is officially upon us! December is extra special in New York City. The city is known for celebrating the most festive season of the year in the best way possible. Whether you're visiting or a local resident, we have compiled a list of fun and festive things to do in NYC during the holiday season from your Rosetta Radiology team.Read More
Striking statistics show that even though lung cancer is the biggest killer in America, lung cancer screenings are critically low. Especially for high-risk smokers, CT scans are vital when monitoring lung health and screening for cancer. If you are someone you know may be at risk for this deadly cancer, keep reading to increase awareness about lung cancer and how we can fight it.Read More