There is no wiggle room when it comes to assessing your health state. Pinpoint accuracy is vital. Because of this, our imaging and radiology providers provide 3T MRI, 128 station CT scans, 3D mammography, and electronic X-rays.
This state-of-the-art equipment offers high-quality graphics so we can see just what’s happening within the human body. Once we’ve got a very clear image, your medical team can make a more exact treatment program and help you down the path to complete health.
We provide the following imaging solutions throughout our community of maintenance:
Bone Density Scan (DXA)
An improved type of X-ray technology utilized to quantify bone loss is a test for the consequences of osteoporosis in addition to some other ailments which influence the bone. Based on the section of the body being analyzed, this painless process generally takes between 10 to 20 minutes.
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
It combines using high tech systems and X-rays to get specialized pictures of your brain, organs, or bones. Besides being fast and painless, scanners are available on either side, which is fantastic news for people that are uneasy in closed spaces.
Interventional Radiology (IR)
It utilizes X-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, and other imaging technology to successfully deal with many different health conditions without operation.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
It uses a strong magnetic field, radio-frequency stimulation, plus a high tech computer to produce detailed pictures of organs, soft tissues, bone, and nearly all other internal body structures. There’s not any exposure to radiation using an MRI, and it is one of the safest and most flexible imaging procedures. Based on the form of an MRI examination, the process generally takes between 30 to 60 minutes.
It is utilized to detect and assess breast fluctuations, which may help us care for individuals with breast cancer. There are two different types of mammograms: diagnostic and screening.
A diagnostic mammogram is usually for girls who exhibit symptoms that have to be researched, like a breast lump or nipple discharge. They might also be achieved as a followup into your screening mammogram to investigate a specific area of the breast.
They handle the special needs of kids with a full selection of diagnostic and screening services such as the most up-to-date in CT, electronic X-rays, MRI, nuclear imaging technology, and ultrasound.
Our imaging division consists of a group of doctors, pediatric technologists, child life specialists, and pediatric nursing personnel that are committed to providing excellent care to the child, all in a kid-friendly environment made to facilitate their heads.
Together with CT scans, we could detect tumors almost 3 times bigger than masses observable on conventional scans. Early detection is crucial in the effective treatment of malignancies.
Because ultrasound images are captured in real-time, they could show the arrangement and motion of the human body’s internal organs, in addition to blood flowing through blood vessels.
It addresses the special needs of girls — from regular mammograms and bone density scans to fertility evaluations and the observation of embryonic development. Through our community of maintenance, we supply a broad selection of diagnostic and screening services for girls, such as bone density tests; breast biopsy, MRI, and ultrasound; diagnostic and screening mammograms, and needle/seed localization.
It is frequently referred to as radiography, and creates a two-dimensional picture of the interior of the human body. The X-ray beam goes through the human body and can be recorded on a computerized sensor.
With this in-depth image, we could find out if or not a bone is cracked, dislocated, or broken; assess joint injuries and bone disorders; monitor for lung and heart disease; find items accidentally swallowed by an individual, and assess the origin of abdominal discomfort.