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Ultrasound Images

Ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging technology that uses high-frequency sound waves to create a live-action picture of the body. These images allow our doctors to view soft tissue structures such as the liver and kidneys. Ultrasound is safe and painless, and produces pictures of the inside of the body using sound waves.

CT Scans

CT scans capture images from many different levels as X-rays are taken while rotating around the body. Such scans are useful for when physicians suspect that patients have medical problems not revealed by a standard physical. Combining the images creates a three-dimensional view that allows our doctors to identify illnesses.

Nuclear medicine camera

Nuclear medicine allows physicians to evaluate organs, bones and tissues from the inside out. Patients take a medication that emits trace amounts of radiation, letting a computer record how the radiation moves through the body and how it is absorbed by the body’s tissues. Specially designed cameras allow doctors to track the path of these radioactive trace.<br />

Ultrasound / General studies

Ultrasound is a test that bounces sound waves off tissue and organs then translates the sound waves into sonograms (pictures). Ultrasound does not use radiation. Ultrasound is used to create images of soft tissue structures, such as the gallbladder, liver, kidneys, pancreas, bladder, and other organs and parts of the body. Ultrasound testing is safe and easy to perform.

Digital X-Ray

An X-ray is produced when a small amount of radiation is passed through the body, creating a static picture for doctors to study. X-rays are used for a variety of treatments, but are especially useful when it comes to detecting gastrointestinal and bone issues. Digital radiography is a form of X-ray imaging, where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing.

CT scans (64 slice)

Capture images from many different angles as X-rays are taken while rotating around the body. It is very useful when physicians suspect patients have medical problems not easily detected by a physical exam. After combining the images to form a three-dimensional view of a patients body, radiologist can evaluate the results and diagnose illnesses in a variety of areas like the spine, head, abdomen and chest. Our 64-slice CT scan can capture images from head to toe.