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We communicate directly with the referring doctor to provide the information needed for an accurate diagnosis.
CT uses X-rays and computer technology to create images of bones, organs, and blood vessels. CT images help doctors diagnose conditions and determine treatment.
Mammography uses low-dose X-rays of the breasts for early detection of cancer. This procedure can identify abnormal growths that are too small or deep to be detected during a routine self-exam.
Doctors use MRI to find diseases or abnormalities in the body without using X-rays. MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body.
Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive substances to evaluate organs, bones, or tissues. Unlike X-rays, where external radiation is used, in nuclear medicine the patient takes radiopharmaceuticals internally.
PET/CT fuses PET and CT scans together to create a combined image with more complete information about cancer location and metabolism.
Ultraound is a safe, radiation-free imaging method that shows a range of body tissues. Ultrasound systems use high-frequency sound waves to create images that help doctors evaluate tissues.
Classic X-ray technology creates two-dimensional images of almost every part of the body and is often used as a first test in radiologic diagnosis.
Providers use fluoroscopy to evaluate body systems as they move, such as the digestive, urinary, skeletal and reproductive systems.
Pain, discomfort, and malfunction of a joint may be treated or diagnosed using injections. Our radiologists perform a variety of injections under C-arm fluoroscopy, including pain management procedures and arthrograms.