Southwest Diagnostic Center for Molecular Imaging in Dallas, TX
Here at Southwest Diagnostic Center For Molecular Imaging, we have led North Texas in PET/CT imaging since 2003, serving thousands of patients from the Dallas area and across the nation. Using the latest in imaging technology, we provide our patients with the highest standard of service by delivering quick and accurate results. We understand the anxiety surrounding unfamiliar situations, that’s why we offer more than board-certified radiologists, highly trained technologists, state-of-the-art medical equipment, and advanced PET/CT technology. We also provide the highest quality of customer service in Dallas, TX.
Our Radiology Staff and technical team view the imaging process from the patient’s perspective and are committed to answering questions, providing results quickly and accurately, and easing the patient’s tensions through compassionate care. Our focus is on PET/CT and CT Scans for the ongoing monitoring and proper diagnosis of cancer. Our radiologists have specialized training in molecular imaging and oncology. Please browse our site for educational materials about cancer and our imaging exams.
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The American Cancer Society estimates 19,260 new esophageal cancer cases will be diagnosed this year. This includes 15,310 men and 3,950 women. Deaths from this cancer are estimated at 15,530 in 2021. However, treatment for esophageal cancer has improved and survival rates are getting much better.
Do you know that prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American men next to skin cancer? Do you know that the prostate is a vital part of a man’s reproductive system? Do you know men can have both benign and cancerous growths in the prostate gland?
For cancer patients, the only thing worse than being diagnosed with cancer is being told you now have a cancer recurrence. This means you have been diagnosed a second time, and the cancer has come back somewhere in your body. If you or a loved one has had colon cancer,
Several well-known medical entities have updated their colon cancer screening recommendations from age 50 to 45 for those with average risk. Recently, both the American Cancer Society and the United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) have made these changes due to the increasing numbers of young adults being diagnosed with colon cancer.