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Undergo Lung Cancer Screening in Seattle at Via Radiology

Every 3.4 minutes, someone dies of lung cancer in the U.S. Are you or a loved one at risk of developing this deadly cancer? Via Radiology offers CT lung cancer screening in Seattle, WA to help catch cancer at its earliest stages. Read on to learn more about this leading…Learn More

All You Need to Know About CT Cardiac Calcium Scoring and Coronary Artery Disease

Did you know more Americans die of heart disease than all types of cancer, combined? It is an unfortunate fact, but one that can be preventable with proper care and preventative screening. Via Radiology offers CT Cardiac Calcium Scoring, a method used to detect early stages of coronary artery disease. Read…Learn More

Bone Density Scans & Osteoporosis in Seattle, WA

Bone Density Scans are important because they measure how much mineral is in a person’s bones.  They help recognize bone loss, especially serious bone loss, which is a symptom of osteoporosis. Do you or a loved one suffer from osteoporosis? Learn more about this “silent disease” and how bone density scans…Learn More

All About Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

Have you or a loved one experienced an abdominal aortic aneurysm? This life-threatening condition can often go undetected. Understand risk factors, symptoms, and guidance regarding abdominal aortic aneurysms. It could potentially save a life! What is an Aneurysm? Before we jump into the specifications of an aortic abdominal aneurysm, it is crucial to…Learn More

Abbreviated Breast MRI : The Untold Story!

Are you at average to moderate risk for developing breast cancer? Do you have dense breasts? Undergoing early breast cancer screening may save your life, but mammograms alone may not be your best option. Therefore, it is important to understand all of your screening options when it comes to detecting cancer at the earliest…Learn More

Advanced Breast Imaging Detects Breast Cancer Earlier in Women with Dense Breasts

Did you know over a lifetime that one in eight women living in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer? Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women, except for skin cancers. Thankfully, the death rate from breast cancer has declined 39…Learn More

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