Roughly 1 in 10 women who have a mammogram require further testing to gain more detailed information. Mammography is the first choice for routine screening because it is highly sensitive to the presence of micro calcifications, which can be an early sign of cancer.
Among the many reasons Radiology Associates Imaging (RAI) has been a trusted name throughout our region for more than 60 years is a dedication to breakthrough technologies, including nuclear medicine. Nuclear medicine describes a set of painless, noninvasive imaging tests that utilize small amounts of radioactive substances called radiotracers to diagnose and assess the severity and course of many types of cancers, neurological problems and much more.
Dr. Ameneh (Mona) Mashayekh is the newest physician to join the staff of highly qualified, fellowship-trained radiologists at Radiology Associates Imaging. She has dedicated many years to clinical research, has co-authored several peer reviewed journal articles and conducted many abstracts/poster presentations.