Mother’s Month in May

Win a night out with mom this May at Lancaster Imaging!

By |April 16th, 2018|News|0 Comments

2018 Women’s Expo in Victorville

It’s the 18th Anniversary of the Women’s Expo! From makeup to fashion and home decorating to finance, the Women’s Expo hosts a wide variety of booths and seminars for women of the High Desert.

This year’s Expo will be the most interactive yet, with a spa, manicures, hair salon, yoga, jazzercise, Zumba lessons and much more available for your enjoyment.

Victor Valley Imaging will be there to provide important information on women’s health and well-being. We look forward to seeing you there!

By |March 7th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Dr. Ali Esmali – One of Pasadena Magazine’s Top Doctors of 2017

Once again, Pasadena Magazine has named Dr. Ali Esmaili as one of its top doctors. Each year, the magazine publishes a list of the top doctors in and around Pasadena. The names are selected by asking thousands of doctors which of them is the best and the winners are chosen by their peers. Each one is the top expert in his or her particular specialty. Dr. Ali Esmaili has been chosen for his outstanding work in radiology.

Dr. Esmaili is the Medical […]

By |November 29th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Pediatric Radiology at RadNet

Pediatric Radiology at RadNet

Pediatric Radiology

Pediatric Radiology with Dr. Liliane Gibbs

Millions of people throughout the country receive radiology exams every year. They’re an essential tool in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as heart disease, cancer, dementia, as well as physical injuries such as bone fractures and dislocations. When most people think of radiology, they think of MRIs, CT scans, Ultrasound and X-rays being performed on adults, but they forget that children also develop diseases that require radiologic imaging methods. It may seem like taking an X-ray of […]

By |June 21st, 2016|News|0 Comments

USPSTF Recommendations Ignore Realities of Breast Cancer

Annual mammogram screening beginning at age 40 saves lives. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends less frequent screening at a later age, not because screening will not save lives, but because it will not save sufficient numbers of lives when started before age 50.

The guidelines are based on outdated, blemished data and do not evaluate cost-effectiveness or any other benefits of early detection. In fact, USPSTF states, “Screening mammography in women ages 40 to 49 years may reduce the risk of dying of breast cancer, but the number of deaths averted is much smaller than in older women and […]

By |May 12th, 2015|News, Women's imaging|0 Comments
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