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Diagnostic radiology helps our radiologists—many of whom have been trained at leading health care institutes and universities—see the structures inside your body. Using these images, our experts can:

  • Diagnose the cause of your symptoms
  • Monitor how well your body is responding to a treatment you are receiving
  • Screen for different illnesses

Open MRI
Our Tesla MRI machine has an opening, or bore, that is wider and much shorter than most. It provides space for people of all sizes to feel comfortable. There is no radiation involved with an MRI; instead detailed pictures are produced using a powerful magnet, radio frequency pulses and a computer.
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MRI Arthrogram
If you suffer from joint issues, your doctor may order this imaging study, which is used to view the inside of your joints.
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CT Scan
A CT provides cross-sectional views and three-dimensional images of the internal organs and structures of the body. Our advanced CT provides high quality imaging and low dose radiation.
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ASIR Low Radiation Dose CT
This technique allows our radiologists to improve image quality while reducing the radiation dose to only one quarter of that delivered by a typical abdominal CT scan.
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CT Lung Screening
A low-dose CT lung cancer screening is the most effective way to detect early stage lung cancer and uses five times less radiation than traditional testing. This procedure takes about 30 minutes and requires no special medication or blood work.
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Diagnostic X-Ray
X-rays are a fast, easy, and safe way for your doctor to see and assess conditions ranging from broken bones to pneumonia.
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Bone Densitometry
This X-ray technology is used to quickly and accurately measure the density of bone to detect osteoporosis.
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Ultrasound
The real-time images created using our ultrasound technology help physicians see and evaluate the structure and movement of the body’s internal organs, as well as blood flowing through blood vessels.
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Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and treat diseases in a safe and painless way. These procedures allow specialists to see how parts of the body are working without the need for surgery or more expensive and invasive diagnostic tests.
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Interventional Radiology
Interventional radiology is a sub-specialty of radiology that uses minimally invasive imaging techniques like X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound to diagnose and treat patients.
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