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Advantages of a PET/CT Scan

Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography, or PET/CT, is an imaging method that uses a sophisticated machine to generate images of patients following the injection of very small amounts of a medical isotope. It is commonly used to detect and monitor cancer, evaluate effects of a heart attack, and determine brain abnormalities or disorders. Find out…Learn More

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

Should Smokers Get Annual CT Scans?

The answer is “yes”, definitely yes. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women in the United States. Smoking is the main cause of lung cancer, which results in approximately 90% of all U.S. lung cancer cases. Lung cancer is deadly…Learn More

What is a PET-CT Scan?

Perhaps you have heard of a PET scan, and perhaps you have heard of a CT scan, but do you know about PET-CT scans? An integrated PET-CT scan is a combination of a PET scan and a CT scan, which together create a more complete image to diagnose with. So, to understand what a PET-CT…Learn More

Discover Heart Disease Risk with CT Cardiac Calcium Scoring

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S., causing an astounding 1 in 4 deaths, according to the CDC. Not only is heart disease the foremost cause of death in both men and women, but people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds are susceptible to it.Learn More

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