High Field Open MRI
(Magnetic Resonance Imaging) exams are an advanced way of looking inside a patient’s body through radio waves and a magnetic field to show the soft tissue structures and organs. MRIs are used to diagnose problems of the brain and spine, for detecting tumors, infection and conditions that affect blood flow.
Our Hitachi Oasis high field strength open MRI uses the latest technology to provide the spacious comfort of an Open MRI experience while generating high resolution images usually seen in the closed tunnel type MRI. We are proud to offer this advanced technology to our patients!
Our MRI affords claustrophobic and/or larger-than-average patients a more comfortable MRI experience.
Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)
is a type of MRI that provides a picture of blood vessels. With MRA, both the blood flow and condition of the vessels can be seen.
Multi-Detection 64 slice CT (Computed Axial Tomography)
is used to diagnose a wide variety of medical conditions. The scanner takes a circular X-ray and combined with computer technology produces detailed cross sections of internal organs. Sometimes a substance is used to enhance the contrast of the image.
Our new CT offers faster scans and higher definitions images. This equates to increased patient comfort and improves the accuracy of the study.
We also now offer non-invasive Cardiac CT
uses X-rays to look deep inside the body and accurately assess any conditions that may require further attention, or confirm your good health. With your safety the utmost concern, Community Radiology uses only the latest film-screen combinations to optimize image quality, while minimizing radiation exposure. For most routine exams, same-day appointments are available.
Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scans
are performed to diagnose various cancers, cardiac, and neurological conditions. PET scans often reveal conditions that are undetected with traditional MRI and CT exams.
Womens Imaging Services
We also offer a full array of women’s imaging tests including Breast MRI, mammography, ultrasound, and DEXA (bone density testing).