OnQ Prostate: Case Study
Dr. Ross Schwartzberg | Imaging Healthcare Specialists
Imaging Healthcare Specialists was the first outpatient imaging
provider to adopt OnQ Prostate as part of all clinical routine prostate
MRI exams, and Dr. Schwartzberg quickly became a champion of the technology. Dr. Schwartzberg testifies to the utility of OnQ Prostate for PI-RADS scoring, stating that it allows him to more quickly and confidently rule in or rule out the likely presence of clinically significant prostate cancer.
Ross E. Schwartzberg, M.D. earned his medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, Arizona, and completed a Radiology residency and a two-year fellowship training program in Neuroradiology at Stanford University Hospital and Medical Center. He holds a Certification in Percutaneous Vertebroplasty from the Medical Education Research Institute in Memphis, Tennessee.
Scottsdale Medical Imaging
New technology allows neuroradiologists to change their approach to patients with memory loss.
“NeuroQuant allows Neuroradiologists to quantify localized brain atrophy in minutes and compare to a large database of normal controls, which was previously not possible in a routine clinical setting.”
Sunil Ram, M.D., Neuroradiologist at Scottsdale Medical Imaging in Scottsdale, AZ describing their 2014 decision to add NeuroQuant as an option in the evaluation of patients with memory loss.