Arizona State Radiology


Arizona State Radiology
Arizona State Radiology is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Tucson, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Arizona State Radiology which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arizona State Radiology on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 76.

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1701 W Saint Marys Rd
Tucson, AZ 85745
(520) 722-8994
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Nipple discharge should be evaluated with imaging to look for a possible cancer. However, cancer is NOT the most common cause of discharge.

Arizona State Radiology shared Sierra Vista Diagnostics's post.
If you feel a new breast lump, it is imperative that you have it evaluated by your primary care physician and with diagnostic breast imaging. Why? Breast cancer is common. Individual risk varies from person to person, but on average 1 in 8 women develop breast cancer. Many women have found breast cancer by feeling a new lump in the breast. [ 679 more words ]
After undergoing a negative breast imaging evaluation for a breast lump I can tell you that what you are feeling is almost certainly not breast cancer.


Joint arthrograms explained. No small part of this great video is this radiologist’s great moustache.

Arizona State Radiology shared Sierra Vista Diagnostics's post.
Oh breast pain, if only I could make you disappear for all of my patients...I would make SO many women happy-- including myself! Unfortunately breast pain is a reality for most women at some point in their life. In my previous article on breast pain I focused on the patient who has not yet sought medical attention. The goals with the previous article were to demystify the imaging evaluation of breast pain so that you are armed with knowledge prior to the evaluation, and to provide reassurance that most breast pain is not related to breast cancer. [ 1,056 more word ]
What is causing my breast pain if the mammogram and breast ultrasound show no evidence of cancer? Breast pain is common but very rarely related to cancer.


Arizona State Radiology shared Sierra Vista Diagnostics's post.
Breast trauma is relatively common. After experiencing breast trauma patients are often sent for diagnostic breast imaging to evaluate changes in the breast noticed either by the patient or primary care physician. Although soft tissue trauma can occur anywhere in the body, bruising in the breast is often concerning for patients and primary care physicians, particularly if a traumatic event is not recalled. [ 770 more words ]
Trauma to the breast is relatively common. Breast trauma most often results in a contusion (bruise) but a hematoma (blood collection) may also develop.

Breast Trauma: Contusions and Hematomas…