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Actress, Angelina Jolie, opted for a preventative double mastectomy after discovering she had the faulty BRCA1 gene. Those with a defect in BRCA1 have a 65% risk of getting it, on average. Click here to read about her experience and the difficult decision she had to make.
Early detection saves lives. Get screened for breast cancer and if you have a family history of the disease, then genetic testing may be in order to determine whether you carry the BRCA gene.
George Tudder has joined AMI as the new Chief Information Officer, bringing outstanding expertise in the field of medical imaging informatics and IT to his new position. Mr. Tudder received his MBA and MS degrees in information systems and technology from The Johns Hopkins University, and then dedicated more than 20 years to the technology field serving as manager of clinical information systems at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, as well as the leadership positions at GE Medical Systems and AMICAS. Most recently he was the Director of Enterprise Imaging at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The AMI Foundation of Atlantic Medical Imaging would like to thank everyone that supported the 3rd Annual Images of Springtime Musical Fashion Show & Luncheon at The Carriage House on Saturday, May 4th. Lindsey Petrosh, Miss New Jersey 2012, signed autographs and donated her time to model fashions from Tanger Outlets The Walk.
Along with the fashion show and luncheon, the 150 guests had the opportunity to win many unique prizes and raffle items, most of which were donated from local area businesses. Net proceeds from the event benefited the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
Spider veins aren't just a problem for Grandma the spindly lines can start creeping onto your legs as early as your twenty-seventh birthday. Besides increasing age and a genetic predisposition, hormonal changes, lack of exercise, and regular bouts of prolonged standing can accelerate the incidence of this vein malfunction.
There are treatment and prevention options, click here to read the entire article.
The Vein Center at Atlantic Medical Imaging offers procedures that treat the entire spectrum of venous disease, from spider veins to varicose veins. Whether you require care to relieve leg pain or other symptoms, or you are seeking treatment for aesthetic reasons, you can be assured the Vein Center at Atlantic Medical Imaging provides the most advanced, comprehensive care.
Complimentary Screenings are available and are performed by our specially trained, certified RNs. During the screening, you will have an opportunity to meet individually with a screener who will conduct a brief leg screening and suggest a treatment plan. You will also receive additional information about venous disease, specifically venous reflux disease, a common cause of varicose veins.This is not a consultation, and should not be confused with an office visit/consultation.This is used to determine if you are a good candidate for a consultation or treatment.
To discuss treatment options or to schedule an appointment at the Galloway or Hammonton location, please call: (609) 652-6094.
For more information about the vein procedures available at Atlantic Medical Imaging, please click here.
Complete implementation of the CT screening protocol used in the National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) could avert 12,250 deaths annually in the U.S., according to a study published online Feb. 25 in CANCER. An accompanying editorial questioned some implications of nationwide screening in the U.S.
The message of the estimates given in the study by Ma et al, as well as the overall context of smoking and lung cancer (and other smoking-related diseases and deaths), compels us to use all of our technologies, primary prevention methods, screening methods and treatment to the best of our ability as a nation.
Read the article to learn more.
One consistent prerequisite to a comprehensive lung cancer screening program is the multidisciplinary team. Is the team a barrier to community imaging practices that want to offer lung cancer screening? No, according to N.J.-based Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI). Its lung cancer screening program demonstrates how imaging providers can adapt and replicate the essential multidisciplinary team.
Since launching lung cancer screening as a free service in December 2011, AMI has screened approximately 650 patients.
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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. In fact, it claims more lives that breast, colon and prostate cancer combined. November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month and Atlantic Medical Imaging invites you to join us in the fight against this dreaded disease.
Today, 85 percent of patients diagnosed with lung cancer in the United States will die from it within five years. Atlantic Medical Imaging reminds those at risk that early detection can make all the difference. Diagnosis at early stages of cancer can lead to more treatment options, less invasive surgery, and a higher survival rate.
AMI is currently offering free, non-invasive lung screenings for those at high risk for the disease. For more information on low dose CT lung screening, and to see if you are eligible for a free lung screening, contact AMI at (609) 204-9279.
Doctor Peggy Avagliano Discusses Breast Cancer Awareness Month on KOOL 98.3
AMI offers Free Screening Mammograms for uninsured women, 40+
In the fight against breast cancer, early detection saves lives. The health care experts at Atlantic Medical Imaging are doing their part by offering women who are uninsured, age 40 or older, and with no current or previous breast issues, the opportunity to receive a free screening mammogram this October.
“We all know that annual mammograms are vitally important,” said Dr. Peggy Avagliano, head of women’s imaging at AMI. “We don’t believe any woman should have to forgo important health care screenings due to lack of insurance.”
The goal of screening exams is to find cancers before they start to spread and cause symptoms. Breast cancers found early during screening exams are far more likely to be smaller and contained, greatly improving the chances of successful treatment. AMI will be providing free mammograms to those who qualify at all eight locations in Atlantic, Cape, Ocean and Monmouth counties. To schedule an appointment, call (609) 677-XRAY (9729).