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Don't Quit Your Future. Get a Lung Scan.

Lung cancer is the most deadly* form of cancer in America. Your greatest prevention is to avoid smoking and any exposure to secondhand smoke. Getting a lung scan is the next best preventative measure you can take. At Medical Imaging, we’re #celebratingquitters. We’re celebrating you for choosing to say #imaquitter. Now it’s time to get a lung scan. Your future will thank you for it.

*American Lung Association



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*Covered by most insurances for eligible candidates. 

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What is a Lung Scan?

A lung scan is an imaging test that can detect lung cancer in its earliest stages. This low-dose CT scan uses advanced X-ray technology to take multiple pictures of your chest. The pictures are combined to form the clearest possible view of your lungs.

  • Non-invasive
  • Pain-free
  • No use of contrast dye
  • Extremely low level of radiation
  • You will hold your breath for only 5-10 seconds
  • Lay comfortably on your back

Benefits of a Lung Scan

Your Lung Scan may reveal nothing at all, but you deserve that peace of mind. The good news is, if cancer is detected early, 90% of cases can be treated. Lung Scan identifies cancer six times earlier than a conventional chest x-ray and, for high-risk smokers, can reduce the chance of dying from lung cancer by 20% over chest x-rays.

  • Annual scans have reduced lung cancer mortality by 20 percent.
  • 1 out of 19 or 20 nodules are cancerous.
  • 90% of lung cancer cases are treatable.
patient getting a lung scan
patient at a lung scan appointment

Who should schedule a Lung Scan?

If you’re a longtime smoker, a screening could save your life.

“People aged 55 to 74 years with a history of heavy smoking are 20 percent less likely to die from lung cancer if they are screened with a low dose lung scan.” –National Cancer Institute

  • Adults aged 50 to 80 years of age
  • 30 pack-year smoking history
  • Currently smoke
  • Have quit within the past 15 years

Covered by Most Insurers

Most insurers cover lung scans, including Medicare and Medicaid, for eligible candidates.

Get a Lung Scan Annually

Annual screening recommended for effective prevention. Ask your doctor if you are at risk for lung cancer and should receive a lung scan.

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To schedule your appointment call 

(540) 684-5335 today.  

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