A whopping 296,980—that’s how many new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in 2013, according to the American Cancer Society. The majority of cases are the result of chance, but about 5–10% are due to mutated BRCA genes, known as Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) syndrome.
Patients in Wyoming have more choices than ever for their medical imaging needs. According to Radiology Business Journal, there were nearly 7,000 imaging centers in the U.S in 2013, with more than 430 in the Rocky Mountain region alone. That’s a lot of choices.
At Cheyenne Radiology, we see a lot of MRI patients—some of them are first-timers and some of them can say “Magnetic Resonance Imaging” as easily […]
This month, Cheyenne Radiology is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its landmark achievement of being named a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence (DICOE) by the […]
We had a blast at the Walk MS event in Cheyenne on May 30th. It was great to see everyone who came out to support […]
The Cheyenne Radiology team invites you to join them at Cheyenne’s Walk MS event on May 30th, where they will walk in support of all Wyomingites who struggle with this disorder.
Sticks and stones will break your bones—especially if you have osteoporosis. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, this bone-weakening disease causes two million bone breaks every year, usually in the hip, spine and wrist.
You’ve hurt your shoulder and your doctor tells you that you need a MRI. You agree, get the procedure, and voilà, you have a diagnosis. […]
An MRI, magnetic resonance imaging, is used to look at the internal structures of the body in detail, and find problems like tumors, bleeding, injury, […]
In 2014, Cheyenne Radiology was among the first 10 institutions nationwide to receive the prestigious designation of Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence (DICOE) by the […]