Noninvasive tests that use sound waves to create a real-time image of the inside of the lower portion of the body—namely the abdomen, kidneys (renal), pelvic area or testicles (scrotal).
A diagnostic test that uses sophisticated X-ray equipment to help detect diseases and conditions of the chest, abdomen and/or pelvic areas.
An advanced screening test that can accurately identify calcified plaques, which can be a predictor of significant disease.
CT Virtual Colonoscopy
A less invasive alternate for the screening of colorectal cancer that uses CT scans to create a 3D image that will show any abnormalities inside the colon, rectum and pelvic area.
A specialized X-ray test that uses a very small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body in order to measure bone loss.
General Diagnostic X-ray
A type of imaging that uses electromagnetic radiation to produce images of the inside of the body.
Lung Screening LDCT
A simple test that uses sophisticated X-ray equipment and low-dose radiation to identify lung cancer and other lung diseases that would be invisible on regular chest X-rays.
A diagnostic test that focuses on the extremities and spine and is used to help diagnose the cause of pains or symptoms or to get a snapshot of any progress from an earlier treatment.
A test that uses sound waves to create images of the thyroid and parathyroid glands and other soft tissues in the neck to evaluate suspected nodules and monitor any changes in nodules that have been discovered.
A diagnostic imaging test that uses sophisticated X-ray equipment to specifically address the central nervous system and associated structures using imagery of the head and spine.
Obstetric (OB) Ultrasound
A routine test that uses high-frequency sound waves to evaluate a pregnancy and determine fetal development and delivery due dates.
A Mammogram that is performed when you have no breast symptoms and is used to "screen" for an unsuspected abnormality.
A Mammogram that captures multiple images from several angles, allowing Radiologists to more thoroughly examine breast tissue one thin section at a time.
A test that combines computer technology, sophisticated X-ray equipment and a contrast agent to produce detailed images of the arteries and veins inside the body.