- Computed Tomography (CT)
Information from a CT scan can help your physician evaluate internal organs, bones, soft tissues, blood vessels and the brain.
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
The MRI scanner uses a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed pictures of internal body structures, including bones, organs, and soft tissues of the head, heart, chest, abdomen, pelvis, spine and extremities.
- Diagnostic Radiation (X-Ray)
X-rays are most often used to help physicians identify and treat bone fractures, but might also be used to observe organs.
- Diagnostic Ultrasound
Ultrasounds use high frequency sound waves to create diagnostic images that allow your doctor to identify a wide variety of conditions.
- Nuclear Medicine
Short-lived radioactive elements and specialized cameras produce images in two and three dimensions that allows for early diagnosis of disease and often make invasive procedures unnecessary.
- Interventional Radiology (IR)
IR uses a variety of imaging tools and minimally invasive procedures to intervene with appropriate treatment through very small incisions.