This test combines X-rays and computer scans to create images of the body. The result is a detailed image that can show problems with soft tissues, organs, and bones. This unit has the ability to produce CTA studies (angiography) of the aorta and pulmonary arteries, and the multi- detector accelerates patient throughput. Additionally, this CT system has an independent workstation for 3-D multi-format imaging.
This exam uses X-rays to visualize abnormalities in the breast tissue. This equipment is used to detect breast cancer as early as possible, which generally improves the effectiveness of treatment.
Low-Dose CT Lung Screening
The CT Lung Screening is an exam with the ability to detect lung cancer in its earliest stages when it is most treatable. It consists of low-dose, non-contrasted CT. No needles and no special drinks are used for the scan. There are also no restrictions on eating, drinking, or activities before or after the scan. You can take your usual medications. The scan uses x-rays to scan the entire chest in about 5-10 seconds during a single breath hold. The total exam takes only 10-15 minutes to complete. The LDCT uses significantly less radiation than a conventional CT scan. Click here to learn more.
This test provides detailed pictures of the inside of the body using strong magnets and radio waves. This unit is notable for its ability to provide greater spatial resolution of images.
Our ultrasound technology uses sound waves to produced 3D/4D images of the body's interior. (Expectant parents will delight in seeing detailed pictures of their baby in utero, which are produced by this system.)
This form of radiography uses a small amount of radiation to create images of bones and organs.