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Diagnostic Services

Often times it's not easy for your physician to diagnose an illness. Sometimes a diagnosis can only be made after you undergo a specific test or procedure. We can help your physician in making a diagnosis with our vast array of diagnostic imaging services, all of which use the most current technology available.

Imaging
Whether it's as simple as an X-ray (a plain film of any body part) or as advanced as CT scanning, you can feel comfortable knowing that your physician has the best tools available to aid in diagnosing your illness.

Our highly-skilled technologists and other personnel provide quality services promptly in a comfortable environment. Board-certified radiologists (a doctor who specializes in the reading of X-rays) assist your physician in making an early and accurate diagnosis, which is essential for the proper treatment of your illness.

  • CT Scan. CT stands for computerized tomography, which refers to the way this exam is performed. In actuality, a CT scan is an X-ray procedure enhanced by a computer. It results in a cross-sectional view of a particular part of your body. Depending on the reasons for the CT scan, contrast can be used to visualize blood flow.
     
  • Ultrasound. This service looks at various organs using high-frequency sound waves, not X-rays. This technique produces images that can be reviewed as part of the diagnostic process. It is a painless and quick procedure to evaluate body organs and track the progress of pregnancy.
     
  • X-ray. This is a film of any body part that assists physicians in making a diagnosis.

  • Mobile MRI.  Short for magnetic resonance imaging. The use of nuclear magnetic resonance to produce images of the molecules that make up a substance, especially the soft tissues of the human body. Magnetic resonance imaging is used in medicine to diagnose disorders of body structures that do not show up well on x-rays.
     
  • Cardiovascular. This diagnostic service offers you and your physician information regarding blood flow in the extremities, heart and brain. Tests include doppler color flow mapping, holter monitoring, EKG and carotid artery screening.
     
  • Carotid Artery Screening. This procedure uses ultrasound to determine the presence of plaque in the carotid arteries. It is useful for determining an individual's risk for strokes.
     
  • Echocardiography. This is a specialized ultrasound of the heart. It is used to evaluate blood flow, restriction of vessels, and values and rhythms of the heart.
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