Update from ERA

In 2019, ERA successfully integrated three fellowship-trained radiologists. These physicians bring more depth and sub- specialization to the team.

Dr. Stephen Bradley Weldon is a board certified radiologist that joined ERA in September 2019. Dr. Weldon is a fellowship trained in Pediatrics and MSK (Musculoskeletal).

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

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

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Meet the Radiologists

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Stephen Bradley Weldon, MD

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Transarterial Chemo-embolization (TACE)

TACE

What is transarterial chemoembolization (TACE)? Chemoembolization is a procedure that allows a dose of chemotherapy drugs to be administered directly to your tumor. This procedure allows for the chemo drugs to be given to the tumor and lessens the side effects associated with chemotherapy. TACE is most often used to treat liver tumors. How is TACE done? An anesthetic (numbing medicine) will be applied to your skin. Dr. Christenson will make a small incision in your groin then thread a catheter (small plastic tube) from your groin into the artery...

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Breast Imaging

Breast Imaging

Radiologists of Eastern Radiological Associates provide radiological services exclusively to Yellowstone Breast Center. The Yellowstone Breast Center, which is part of Saint Vincent Healthcare, is accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers and certified by the FDA. The Yellowstone Breast Center has been accredited by the American College of Radiology as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence for demonstrating excellence in breast imaging by successfully achieving accreditation in: Digital Mammography Digital Mobile Mammography Breast...

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MRI Services

MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a technology that uses radio waves and a powerful magnet linked to a computer to create detailed pictures of internal organs, blood vessels, muscles, joints, tumors, areas of infection, and more. These high-quality pictures can show the difference between normal and diseased soft tissues of the body, making it especially useful for a wide range of different types of imaging, including neurological and musculoskeletal. If necessary, a contrast agent may be used to help your doctor to see the MRI image more clearly. The...

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