Low-Dose CT (LDCT)

Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screenings use a small amount of radiation to make detailed images of your lungs. LDCT can detect lung nodules that may be cancerous, before symptoms appear, leading to early treatment. It’s also the only screening test shown to lower the risk of dying from lung cancer.

LDCT screenings may detect significant coronary artery calcification, which may indicate a higher risk for heart disease. With early detection, however, this short and painless screening can prevent a substantial number of lung cancer-related deaths.

  • Patients age 50-80 who smoke and have not been previously diagnosed with lung cancer.

  • Patients who have smoked at least one pack of cigarettes a day for 30+ years.

  • Patients who currently smoke or have quit smoking within the past 15 years.

If you believe you may benefit, ask your doctor if a Low Dose CT Lung Cancer screening is right for you.

  • Participants of the National Radiology Data Registry

  • Board Certified Radiologists

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Excellent self-pay rates

To learn more, please call 845-220-2222 (Option 1) or click the link below to schedule your appointment.

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American College of Radiology