Diagnostic ImagingCall 833-234-4050
The Imaging Center offers digital technology including 3D digital mammography, computer-aided detection, stereotactic breast biopsies, ultrasound and bone-density testing. The Imaging Center features same-day test results for diagnostic imaging and, if needed, additional testing during the same visit. Patients also have the option to have same day breast biopsy if indicated, which helps alleviate the stress and worry of waiting for additional testing.
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- The latest technology
- Private waiting area
- Comfortable surroundings
- One-on-one patient care
- Certified by the Food and Drug Addministration Mammography Quality Standards Act and Program (FDA/MQSA) for Mammography.
- Accredited by the American College of Radiology for over 20 years for Mammography .
- Accredited by the American College of Radiology in Stereotactic Breast Biopsy.
To schedule an appointment, please contact the Imaging Center at 833.234.4050.
Computed tomography (CT) scans: These produce detailed images of the body, providing information about the internal organs, bones, and soft tissues and with computer generated assistance creates cross-sectional (“slices”) images of body tissues and organs that are used to diagnose diseases and disorders.
Bone density (DEXA): A Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) test is a bone density study used to determine whether or not you have osteoporosis or low bone mass.
Echocardiogram (ECHO): An ECHO uses sound waves to create a moving picture of your heart, and is much more detailed than a standard X-ray without any exposure to radiation. It is an ultrasound video used to diagnose various heart diseases by evaluating the heart’s size, strength of contraction, areas of muscle weakness, valve function, and the accumulation of fluid.
Interventional radiology (IR): Interventional radiology uses specialized imaging techniques to guide radiologists in performing catheter based therapeutic procedures. IR allows for minimally invasive treatment of nearly every organ system and combines multiple imaging modalities, such as x-ray, CT, ultrasound, and MRI.
- Bone biopsy
- Liver biopsy
- Lung biopsy
- Renal biopsy
- Thyroid biopsy
- Bone marrow
- Drains or Aspirations
- IVC filter
- Lumbar puncture
- Myelogram (cervical, thoracic and lumbar)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): The wide bore MRI uses magnetic fields and radio waves to obtain images of your body in greater detail, which helps differentiate between normal and abnormal tissue.
Nuclear medicine: It uses radio-pharmaceuticals to diagnose a variety of diseases. Nuclear Medicine scans available include bone, gallbladder/liver, heart, lung, renal, and thyroid.
Positron emission tomography (PET) scan: This is a nuclear medicine imaging technique which provides important information about many conditions affecting the heart, brain or other organs. PET images are different than those from conventional imaging, such as X-rays, CT, ultrasound, or MRI because they contain information about tissue function.
Stereotactic: A recent mammogram may show an abnormality or tiny calcium deposits, called micro calcifications, in your breast. Only a biopsy can determine if that abnormality is cancerous or benign (noncancerous). Stereotactic biopsy is a diagnostic tool. It is a nonsurgical way to obtain the tissue sample needed to make a conclusive diagnosis. Two digital X-ray images of breast tissue are taken at different angles. A computer uses the images to locate the abnormality and calculate precise coordinates. Then the computer guides the physician in placing the needle at the correct target area. A Stereotactic Breast Biopsy is the most accurate, efficient and minimally invasive biopsy technique today.
Ultrasound: These examinations are non-invasive and painless, and are performed with the use of a probe that emits sound waves, making an image from the reflection of the sound waves. Diagnostic ultrasound is performed for a wide variety of indications, including general, breast, vascular, and echo ultrasounds.
Vascular studies: Vascular exams are used to evaluate your arteries and veins. With Doppler ultrasound we can examine the anatomy.
X-ray: An X-ray (or radiographic) image is produced by sending a small amount of radiation through the body. An X-ray can be used to image bones, as well as organs and other tissues within the body.