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US Radiology announces partnership with Diversified Radiology, a nationally recognized subspecialized radiology practice

Partnership will further accelerate the company’s growth and expansion   RALEIGH, NC, Nov. 13, 2018 /PR Newswire/ – US Radiology Specialists, one of the premier physician-owned radiology groups in the country, announced today a partnership with Diversified Radiology, one of the most well-respected subspecialized radiology practices in the United States. Diversified Radiology, based in Denver, […] Read More >

Zika Virus During Pregnancy

A Case Study on Fetal MRI What is Zika? Zika is a virus that is spread primarily through the bite of infected mosquitos. Adults who have been infected typically have mild symptoms such as fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. There is no vaccine or “cure” for those who become infected, and treatment is […] Read More >

Minimally Invasive Non-surgical Alternative for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) now available in Denver: Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE)

By Peder Horner, MD – Originally posted on LinkedIn on July 26, 2018   Over the last few decades, there have been tremendous advances in new, minimally invasive, treatment options for men suffering from an enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). This is a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland that is […] Read More >

The Plus Side of Minimal

The Plus Side of Minimal The Rise of Minimally Invasive Image-guided Procedures   Jessica had a choice.   Face a lifetime of continued heavy bleeding and excruciating pain. Or undergo a major surgery to extract the cause of her symptoms – which would leave her without the possibility of having children and which would also […] Read More >

Guest Post: What I learned about radiology that you need to know.

Guest Post: By Clint McClurg   Before I began my career with a large radiology group in Denver, I really never gave much thought as to what a radiologist was, and I certainly didn’t think it mattered. After all, if they got their degree, aren’t they the same as any other healthcare provider?   My […] Read More >

7 Elements to Better Teleradiology

Don’t Settle for “Good Enough” Hospitals have been facing increased pressure to cut costs while improving patient value at the same time. An uphill battle if there ever was one, especially for rural facilities. It’s no wonder that teleradiology has become an essential component of rural hospitals throughout the country. It provides access to experts […] Read More >

Local Radiologist Recognized for National Award

Study Led by Dr. Jennifer Kemp Receives Minnies Award for Scientific Paper of the Year Winners were announced today for the 2017 edition of the Minnies,’s campaign to recognize the best and brightest in medical imaging. The paper by Dr. Jennifer Kemp, et al, Patient-centered radiology: Where we are, where do we want to […] Read More >

Osteoporosis: What a Pain!

Bone Health & Radiology Osteoporosis is no joke. Just by bending over or coughing, you can get a painful bone fracture if you have this condition. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density, placing them at increased risk. Bone is living tissue […] Read More >

Brilliance in the Night

Diversified Radiology’s 24/7 Teleradiology Coverage As a patient, wouldn’t you presume that going to the hospital means that you are going to receive the best care that suits your particular needs? Unfortunately, this is not always the case. For example, let’s say that your child requires emergency imaging at 3:00 am. At that hour, most […] Read More >

Annual Breast Screening Reduces Deaths by Almost 40%

Originally Posted on By Kate Madden Yee, staff writer August 21, 2017 — Annual breast cancer screening with mammography starting at age 40 results in a nearly 40% reduction in breast cancer-specific deaths compared with screening at less-frequent intervals, according to a study published online August 21 in the journal Cancer. The findings offer further evidence […] Read More >