Update from ERA

In 2019, ERA successfully integrated two fellowship-trained radiologists adding even more depth to the team...both named Brett/Bret.

Dr. Brett MacAdam is a board certified radiologist that joined ERA in April 2019. He is fellowship trained in MSK (Muscular Skeletal Radiology). WELCOME Dr. MacAdam.

Dr. Bret Martel is a board-eligible radiologist that joined ERA in July 2019. He is fellowship trained in Nuclear Medicine. WELCOME Dr. Martell.

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Meet the Radiologists

DILLARD JOE

Joseph Dillard, MD

Dr. Dillard is a board-certified radiologist. He is fellowship/sub-specialty trained in neuroradiology and interventional and vascular radiology.

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Body Imaging

body image

ERA’s body imaging specialists utilize modern imaging equipment and powerful computer systems  to identify disease formations at an earlier stage through the use of body imaging. Our radiologists work closely with physicians and/or specialists to provide interpretations based on body image scans. Our radiologist’s ability to view the body’s internal structures and system functions enables them to detect and diagnose disease and illnesses earlier in a non-invasive manner, leading to treatment and intervention in the timeliest manner...

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Tumor Cryoablation

What is tumor cryoablation? Tumor cryoablation is a procedure that uses extreme cold to freeze and destroy cancer cells. Cryoablation is used to treat tumors of the kidney. How is tumor cyroablation done? A needle-like applicator will be placed in contact with the tumor, more than one applicator may be used depending on the tumor size and location. Dr. Christenson will use ultrasound and other x-ray imaging to guide the applicator(s) to the treatment site. Once the applicator is in the correct location, Dr. Christenson will administer argon gas...

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Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy is a study of moving body structures–similar to an X-ray “movie.” A continuous X-ray beam is passed through the body part being examined. The beam is transmitted to a TV-like monitor so that the body part and its motion can be seen in detail. Read more: http://www.radiologyinfo.org/en/info.cfm?pg=modbariumswallow