Uterine Fibroid Embolization: Women discover an alternative to hysterectomy

Carmen McKever found out she had uterine fibroids during a visit to her gynecologist to remove an ovarian cyst “I didn’t think anything of it at the time,” she said. But in a few years she began to develop serious symptoms, including heavy, long and painful periods. One menstrual cycle even lasted an entire month. Carmen …Keep reading

Adeka McIntosh, M.D. – Pediatric Interventional Radiology

With only about 150 of these specialists in the entire nation, you’re probably more likely to meet an astronaut than a physician who specializes in pediatric interventional radiology. However, in this issue of Radiology Insights, we’re honored to introduce you to Dr. Adeka McIntosh, who joined our group about two years ago. Dr. McIntosh came to …Keep reading

CT Lung Screening: A Chance to Breathe Easier

CT Lung Screening: A Chance to Breath Easier An imaging test that looks for disease when the patient has no outward signs of illness is called a screening test. A mammogram, for example, is used to “screen” for breast cancer in women, and most screening programs start at age 40. A CT lung scan screens …Keep reading

Interventional Oncology at Radiology Associates of North texas

Interventional radiology is changing how some of the most difficult cancers are being treated. At Radiology Associates of North Texas (RADNTX), our subspecialty-trained vascular and interventional radiologists are at the forefront of these exciting developments, making a difference in the lives of area residents every day. Unlike traditional surgical approaches for treating cancer, the field …Keep reading

Brain Trust: Neurointerventional Radiology at Radiology Associate of North Texas

Image-guided brain plumbing: it’s a simple way to think about what interventional radiologists who work primarily with brain problems actually do. Better known as Neurointerventional Radiology, or simply “Neuro IR,” this unique subspecialty includes three of the most dedicated and passionate radiologists in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.  The RADNTX “brain trust” includes: Ben Crandall, M.D., …Keep reading

OK Google: When Should I Get a Mammogram?

The ultimate goal of any health care screening test is early detection – to find out if people have a disease or condition before there are any outward signs of disease. Mammography is a screening test for diagnosing breast cancer. This critically essential tool enables our physicians to find breast cancer in its earliest stages, …Keep reading

Radiology Associates Celebrates 80 Years

  Radiology Associates is proud to celebrate 80 years of radiology excellence in North Texas.   Throughout our history, our physicians have maintained a commitment to providing excellence in all aspects of our practice.  In addition to consistently leading innovation within the radiology industry, our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality service for each individual patient. …Keep reading

Radiology Associates of North Texas has been selected as one of the 2016 Best Companies to Work for in Greater Fort Worth

Radiology Associates of North Texas has been selected as one of the 2016 Best Companies to Work for in Greater Fort Worth Radiology Associates of North Texas was recently selected as one of the 2016 Best Companies to Work for in Fort Worth. An awards luncheon was held at the Fort Worth Club on Nov. 9, where …Keep reading

D Magazine Announces 2016 Best Doctors

Every year D Magazine conducts a survey to see which physicians within the Dallas medical community most distinguish themselves among their peers. Radiology Associates of North Texas invites you to join us in congratulating Noah Appel, M.D., Scott Bundy, M.D., Evan Cohn, M.D., Richard Coker, M.D., William Dittman, M.D., Clint Hamilton, M.D. and Islam Shahin, M.D. …Keep reading

Dr. Kelly Roberts Knows How Women Diagnosed with Cancer Feel—Really

Kelly Roberts, M.D., (Click here to view profile) has vivid memories of walking to her father’s family clinic after school each day. Just a block from her elementary school in Shreveport, Louisiana, the second-grader and her two sisters spent their afternoons there “helping” Dad—visiting with his staff and patients. “I’d see my dad working on …Keep reading