X-ray

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X-ray is the oldest form type of imaging, and where the field of radiology began. It is still the most common of radiology tests. A small dose of radiation is used to produce an x-ray image. X-rays are commonly used to evaluate the chest, abdomen, pelvis, joints and extremities.

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Ribbon Cutting at the new VIVA outpatient facility…

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VIVA (Virginia Interventional Vascular Associates) recently held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at their new facility in Fredericksburg, VA. The new 9200 square foot facility consists of a reception area, exam and procedure space. According to Chief Executive Officer, Ed Swager, the expansion to a new space was driven by the population growth in the region and by the new types …

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Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Highlighted in Imaging Economics’ Best of 2011 Radiology Facilities Issue

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FREDERICKSBURG, VA, Sept. 19, 2011 — Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg is one of six radiology facilities highlighted in Imaging Economics‘ Best of 2011 Radiology Facilities issue, a national directory of imaging centers and radiology practices. In an article titled “Small Town Sensibility, Sophisticated Imaging,” the magazine noted that Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg, a partnership between Mary Washington Healthcare and Radiologic …

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Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg Announces Image Gently Campaign To ‘Child Size’ Doses for Children

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FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Feb. 17, 2011 — Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) has partnered with the Image Gently Campaign to increase awareness of opportunities to lower radiation dose when imaging children. Image Gently is an initiative of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. “RAF radiologists and technologists have undergone additional training in ways to reduce radiation exposure, especially with …