COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Related Notice

100% of RADIOLOGIC ASSOCIATES OF MIDDLETOWN'S RAM RADIOLOGISTS HAVE RECEIVED THE COVID-19 VACCINATION

 

To our patients:

The health and safety of our patients and staff is of utmost importance. In light of recent events taking place globally and locally regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), our team would like to advise everyone on basic precautions that should be taken in addition to those set forth by the CDC. RAM Radiology will remain open for business with added sanitization protocol to our already high standards of safety.

We ask all of you for your compliance in keeping everyone healthy and safe. If you have any of the following symptoms, please call before your appointment:

  • Fever
  • Runny nose
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Have travelled outside the country
  • Have been exposed to anyone with Covid-19

Additionally, if your children are home due to a quarantined school closing or a sickness, please do not bring them with you to your appointment.

Thank you in advance for your compliance. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy through the upcoming weeks!

Neurological/Neuro Radiology

RAM Radiology has board-certified, fellowship-trained neuroradiologists to interpret all of your Neurological radiology studies and answer all of your imaging needs. 

The role of neuroradiology in the diagnosis of neuropathologic conditions continues to grow with the advancement of modern technology. Cross-sectional imaging, including computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, has revolutionized the diagnostic approach to pathology of the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Newer advanced imaging techniques, including functional MRIdiffusion tensor imaging, and perfusion imaging, provide new valuable information that facilitates diagnosis and monitors response to therapy. Familiarity with neuroradiology imaging studies and basic neuroimaging patterns is therefore invaluable to the practicing neuropathologist, and the neuroradiologist and neuropathologist should work together to provide clinically useful information.

Neuroradiology is a common term to describe the clinically available imaging tools used to provide diagnostic images of the brain and spine. Each of the commonly used modalities – computed tomography, MRI, ultrasound, and fluoroscopy are discussed in this entry, as well as the history of this field in general. More details regarding each individual diagnostic imaging modality can be found in separate encyclopedia entries for each technique. The role of imaging in the diagnosis and management of the broad categories of neurological disorders (vascular, infectious, etc.) is discussed briefly. More detailed information regarding the imaging findings for each specific neurological disorder is found in the encyclopedia entry for that individual disease.

RAM Radiology interprets these studies performed at all Middlesex Health facilities & Guilford Radiology.

 

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