3D mammography available at Lenox Hill Radiology now Lenox Hill Radiology, a wholly owned subsidiary of RadNet, Inc. , a national leader in providing high-quality, cost-effective diagnostic imaging solutions through a network of operated and owned outpatient imaging centers, announces that 3D mammography, the most recent innovation in breast cancers screening, is now available at its 79th Street location on the Top West Side. Lenox Hill is probably the first free-standing, full-service radiology service provider in Manhattan to offer 3D mammography, called breast tomosynthesis also. Steven Sferlazza, M.D., breast imager at Lenox Hill Radiology, said, 3D mammography allows us to acquire multiple pictures of the breast at different angles. These pictures are then used to produce a series of thin slices that can be viewed as a 3D reconstruction of the breasts.‘They are not happening because somebody is depressed or doesn’t have initiative because he is weak. Those adjustments are taking place because there are biological and chemical substance changes in elements of the brain that are in charge of behaviour and cognition.’ Related StoriesEstrogen-like drug may not be beneficial to women with Alzheimer's dementiaLiposomal sizing and the Coulter basic principle: an interview with Professor Melvin E. KlegermanLewy Body Composite Risk Score detects LBD and Parkinson's disease dementia in 3 minutesKalra uses magnetic resonance imaging not to just look in pictures of the mind, but also as a way of measuring the known degrees of various chemicals in the brain. In his most published paper recently, he looked at two different chemicals known as mIns and NAA.