Updated DXA Policy for Medicare Patients

March 6, 2017 Medicare covers DXA Bone Densitometry for certain Medicare beneficiaries who fall into at least one of the following categories: 1.) A woman whose doctor has determined she’s estrogen-deficient and at a clinical risk for osteoporosis, based on her medical history and other findings. 2.) Patient with vertebral abnormalities as demonstrated by x-ray […]

Princeton Radiology Collaborates with Local Urologists to Offer The Next Generation in Prostate Care

Princeton Radiology has acquired UroNav software by Invivo. With this new software we are able to gather pre-biopsy MRI images of the prostate and then seamlessly transfer them to local Urologists. Using UroNav, these Urologists can fuse the pre-biopsy MRI images with real time ultrasound-guided biopsy images for excellent delineation of the prostate and suspicious […]

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New Forms of Radiation Can Benefit Cancer Patients

By Dr. Edward M. Soffen Radiation oncologist, J. Seward Johnson Sr. Radiation Oncology Center, University Medical Center at Princeton Friday, March 29, 1996 Publicity about radon, nuclear waste and fallout have caused the public to view radiation as a danger. The use of radiation in cancer therapy, however, is one instance in which its power […]

Coronary Artery Test Provides Advance Warning

By: Dr. Jonathan Lebowitz, University Medical Center at Princeton July 20, 2001 According to the American Heart Association, each year 1.5 million Americans have heart attacks, and the number is rising. For 20 to 40 percent of these people, a heart attack is the first symptom of heart disease, and one in three people does […]