Look Better and Feel Better

Men and women over 50: Varicose Veins are more than aesthetic issues, they’re real health issues.

Princeton Radiology is a trusted partner in diagnostic imaging and minimally invasive procedures, now offering treatment for varicose veins. Our board-certified physicians are ready to bring you the solutions you need to be vein-free and pain-free.

We understand the medical and aesthetic needs of the more than 20 million Americans who live with painful, swollen, or unsightly veins. Once treated, our patients can look forward to getting back to their lives with minimal discomfort, and can begin doing what they enjoy with the confidence that comes from receiving excellent medical care.

  • Relief from the pain and embarrassment of varicose veins
  • Fast, convenient outpatient procedure with minimal discomfort
  • Confidence of expert treatment by Princeton Radiology physicians
  • Covered by most insurance plans and Medicare

Schedule a consultation with one of our fellowship-trained vein specialists today!

William A. Parker, MD & David C. Youmans, MD

Call 1-855-5-VEIN-HELP

SmartMamm™ Just Got Smarter

Just like a great book, you learn so much more when you take a deeper look inside. 3D SmartMamm™ at Princeton Radiology is a mammogram and more, now enhanced with:

  • The option of 3D mammography, giving radiologists a “page by page” view of breast tissue at different depths for better detection of early-stage breast cancer
  • An assessment of your lifetime breast cancer risk, based on your family history,helping you and your doctor create a plan to properly monitor your breast health
  • Convenient appointment times seven days a week
  • Results available the same day as your appointment

Read more about SmartMamm™

Make the right choice. Schedule a 3D SmartMamm™

SmartMamm Just Got Smarter

We’ve “Peared” with Siemens to Bring a Healthier CT Scan to Our Area

Our Princeton office has been “picked” by Siemens Healthcare to be a model site for their new low-dose 128-slice CT scanner.

We’ve also enhanced the CT services in our Monroe and Mercerville loctions by installing state-of-the-art low-dose 64-slice CT technology. All of our new CT scanners provide a comfortable, relaxed patient experience, and the highest image quality, while reducing harmful ionizing radiation. Patient safety is a top priority for Princeton Radiology, and our entire organization is engaged in the effort to minimize the amount of radiation used. It’s all part of our commitment to provide our patients with a healthier CT scan.

CT Pear

Lung Cancer

The Lung Cancer Screening Program is a collaborative effort by Princeton Radiology and Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center. The program is open to current and former smokers, age 50 to 80, with a smoking history of at least 20 pack years—that is, one pack per day for 20 years, two packs per day for 10 years, and so on.

The screening program uses computed tomography (CT) scans in an attempt to detect lung cancer at an early stage, when treatment can be more effective. Lung cancer is the second leading cause of death, behind heart disease. Most lung cancer patients with advanced staging of the disease carry a 5-year survival rate of less than 1 in 5 (20%). However, with CT Lung Screening, pulmonary nodules can be detected early, and the 5-year survival rate is increased significantly (85-100%).

CT Lung Screening is performed on a fast spiral CT scanner by a certified CT technologist. There is no special preparation for this exam. This procedure uses less radiation than a conventional CT scan and is performed without any injections, needles or removal of clothing (provided that there are no metal snaps or zippers in the chest area).

The CT scanner will take images of your lungs while you lie down on the imaging table and are asked to hold your breath for approximately 20 seconds at a time while images are taken. Your entire visit should last about 30 minutes.

Once the screening is complete, one of our Board Certified Radiologists will review your exam for pulmonary nodules. The CT Lung Screening allows excellent visualization of the lungs, exceeding the capabilities of chest X-ray. It can detect nodules as small as several millimeters in size.

A physician’s order is required for the scan, ensuring that the results and any necessary follow-up care are discussed with the patient’s physician and, if appropriate, a specialist who treats pulmonary nodules.

The scans are available at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center and Princeton Radiology locations in Princeton, Monroe, and Mercerville. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 609.497.4040.

New Jersey’s Best Practices in Mammography

New Report recognizes 15 statewide facilities as offering New Jersey’s best practices in mammography.

Oct. 29, 2010 – A new report conducted by the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (NJHCQI) and AmeriHealth New Jersey evaluates the performance of 105 freestanding (non-hospital-affiliated) mammography centers across a range of criteria – and recognizes 15 facilities (representing 22 locations) as offering New Jersey’s best practices in mammography care.

Breast cancer screening rates for women 40 to 64 are significantly lower in New Jersey than the national average According to HEDIS (Healthcare Effectiveness and DATA and Information Set), in 2008, the percetage of women 40 to 64 receiving mammograms at least every other year was 68.74% among patients of HMO/POS practices and 64.6% for PPO practices; in New Jersey, the rates were 62.93% and 61.62%, respectively.

How mammography practices were assessed

In summer and fall 2009, AmeriHealth conducted site visits among the 105 freestanding mammography facilities that participated.

Site Assessment Tool:


  • Conveinece of scheduling*
  • Time to schedule next routine appointment
  • Appointment availability on evenings or weekends
  • Wait times
  • Access – no need for a written prescription
  • Availability of DEXA (dual energy X-ray absortiometry, or DEXA scanning, which measures bone mineral density)


  • Changing area*
  • Waiting rooms*
  • Comfort
  • Foam or cloth pads
  • Use of digital technology

Timeliness of Results

  • Exam notification*
  • Primary Care/GYN notification
  • Ease of scheduling follow up tests*
  • Time to schedule follow up tests*

Accuracy of Results

  • Methods in place to track*
  • Assessment category in database*
  • American College of Radiology Breast Center of Excellence recognition. (The Breast Imaging Center of Excelence designation is awarded to breast imaging centers that achieve excellence by seeking and earning accreditation in all of the ACR’s voluntary breast-imaging accreditation programs and modules, in addition to the mandatory Mammography Accreditation Program.)
  • Use of a system to assure quality/accuracy

Commitment to Ensure Regular Testing

  • Reminder system for routine exams
  • Follow up for abnormal exams*

*=required elements