MRI – A Breakthrough in the Diagnosis of Prostate Disease

Prostate cancer affects one in six American men, and is the second leading cause of cancer death in males ages 50 and older. The primary signifier of the possible presence of prostate cancer is an elevated level of a protein produced by the prostate gland called prostate-specific antigen, or PSA. Elevated PSA levels are easily detected through a simple blood test, but, because PSA levels naturally rise with age, what’s considered normal can vary over time. Some men experience sudden increases in PSA protein that, while still within the normal …

A Warm Welcome to Dr. Janet TerLouw

RAO is delighted to announce an ideal addition to our radiology team, Dr. Janet TerLouw, who will be working at our Women’s Imaging Center. Dr. TerLouw graduated magna cum laude from Florida State University, where she garnered a Bachelor of Arts degree in humanities and a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry. She went on to the University of Florida, where she earned a Master of Science degree in nutritional science before attending the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. After earning her doctorate and completing her post-grad internship …