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    Bone Density, often referred to as Bone Mineral Density, is a type of medical imaging to measure the bone mineral densities in certain areas of the body. The bone density exam is ordered on patients whom are at risk for osteoporosis or those whom are already diagnosed with osteopenia or osteoporosis. During the test, the patient will lay on the table as the arm of the machine moves up and down.

  • CT Scan

    CT Scan

    Computed tomography (CT), often referred to as a CAT SCAN, is a noninvasive procedure that uses x-rays to produce cross-sectional images of the body. The CT images of internal organs, bones, soft tissue, and blood vessels provide greater clarity and more details than conventional x-ray images, such as a chest x-Ray.



    Mammography is a type of medical imaging to assess the breast tissue. In addition to acquiring 2D images of the breast, 3D tomosynthesis may be performed where multiple breast images are acquired to create a three-dimensional picture. A screening mammogram is ordered annually for women who have no problems with their breasts. In certain circumstances, a diagnostic mammogram may be ordered to evaluate a new abnormality or to follow-up on a prior abnormality.



    Fluoroscopy is a type of medical imaging that produces a continuous x-ray image on a monitor, much like an x-ray movie. During a fluoroscopy procedure, patients lay on a table as an x-ray beam is passed through the body and the image is transmitted to a monitor so the movement of a body part can be seen in real-time.

  • MRI


    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a form of medical imaging that utilizes pulses of radio waves in conjunction with a magnet to generate images of organs and structures inside the body. The MRI machine may look like a CT machine, but unlike CT imaging procedure, MRI procedures do not involve any radiation exposure. The patients are thoroughly screened prior to the exam and are asked to remove all jewelry to be metal free.

  • Ultrasound


    Ultrasound, also called sonography, is an imaging procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce real time images displayed on a computer screen. Ultrasound is most commonly utilized during pregnancy to monitor the baby’s development stages, and to guide physicians during certain procedures.

  • X-rays


    X-rays are images of the body, particularly your bones, created by using radiation in low doses. They are often used to help diagnose bone fractures and detect conditions of the chest and abdomen. Several different x-ray views may be needed and how you are positioned depends on what type of x-ray is being performed.