Body Imaging is the division of radiology that utilizes CT, MRI, US, and X-ray to accurately diagnose and monitor oncologic conditions of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis, as well as the musculoskeletal system.
Breast Imaging includes state-of-the-art 3D screening mammography, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI. Diagnostic imaging is performed to evaluate a breast lump or other breast-related concern. Minimally invasive breast biopsies are performed as an outpatient procedure, to evaluate for breast cancer.
Interventional radiology is the division of radiology that directly uses medical imaging (X-ray, CT, ultrasound) to perform an assortment of procedures including biopsies, angiograms, ways to get stable access to a patient’s bloodstream, among many others, to make these faster, safer, and less invasive than they would otherwise be.
Neuroradiology, Head & Neck
Our neuroradiologists specialize in neurologic imaging procedures — including computed tomography (CT), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), tractography and more to provide fast, accurate imaging for diagnosis, treatment planning and symptom management. Neuroradiologists play a vital role in identifying language and motor areas and white matter pathways in the brain to protect neurologic function during surgery.
Nuclear medicine is a hospital service focused on diagnosing and treating cancer through the internal administration of radioisotopes either alone or complexed to critical molecules in the human body. It is an imaging-centered specialty overseeing both the staging of cancer, and directed therapy using diagnostic procedures — such as PET/CT, bone scans, and thyroid scans — that ultimately perform or direct treatment to the malignancy.