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USPSTF Proposed Breast Screening Guidelines: PALS Coalition Statement May 12, 2023 The Protecting Access to Lifesaving Screening (PALS) Coalition is pleased to see the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) propose to recommend that women begin breast cancer screening mammography starting at age 40. The proposed change to start screening mammography at […]
Effective 4/1/22, our name will change from Rye Radiology Assoc., LLP to Rye Radiology, PLLC. Despite the change to our name, we will continue to participate with the same insurance carriers with whom we currently participate. You may recieve letters from your carrier indicating that we are no longer participating. This is merely reflective of […]
Dr. LoRusso, retired co-founder, and Dr. Calamari worked on a series of breast health videos with the Cancer Support Team, a local group that does incredible work with cancer patients. Video #1: Rye Radiology and CST above and at https://vimeo.com/443054498 Video #2: Are you getting the Right Mammogram? https://vimeo.com/444946832 Video #3: Dense Breast Tissue and […]
Joan Lunden interviewed Dr. LoRusso, retired co-founder, on FaceBook Live with Joan Lunden. The interview was extremely informative, covering topics including breast cancer detection, the use of ultrasound and MRI and the risk factors for breast cancer. We trust that you will find the information helpful. Dr. LoRusso’s interview may be viewed here
On Friday, May 1st we reopened our office. We look forward to once again providing you with all of your imaging needs and continuing to be a member of your healthcare team. To insure the safety of our patients and staff, we have implemented changes to our check-in procedure. When you arrive at the […]
Rye Radiology is committed to the health and safety of our patients and staff. Please know that we are continually monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and NYS Department of Health websites for updates and recommendations regarding COVID-19. We are taking additional measures, recommended by the CDC, to reduce the risk of […]