Please be advised that MNAP office will be closed today, Monday, October 29th due to the hurricane Sandy. If you have an appointment today, MNAP representative will be calling you you shortly to reschedule your appointment. Please stay safe.
Well the numbers are in: The 2013 edition of U.S. News and World Report has published a list of the best hospitals in the country. The rankings are based on specialty and focus less on routine care and more on the extraordinary cases that require more expertise and pose more of a challenge. Just to
Siemens made a giant leap for Alzheimer’s sufferers this year when they introduced a first-of-it’s-kind integrated system to diagnose early stage Alzheimer’s. This new process involves a newly FDA approved radiotracer that binds to beta-amyloid, a plaque found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. The plaque can then be seen with the help of the
Radiation exposure is a major concern for all imaging specialists as well as the patients and referring doctors. The November issue of Imaging Life covers the subject, shedding light on some information that most patients aren’t aware of, but would probably be glad to know. CT scans usually consist of larger doses of radiation than
So I was reading the August issue of Radiology Today and I came across an article about breast density notification (everyone has something to say about breasts this time of year 🙂 ) The issue at hand was whether breast tissue density should be part of the plain language report given to patients. For those