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Patients, we’re dedicated to you.

First of all, take a breath! You’re already on the road to better health, by seeking information to help you and your health care team make the best decisions. We’re here for you, and we’ve created this site to help you prepare as best as you can.

The pages linked here explain the basics of each procedure, what you can expect at your appointment, how you can prepare yourself in advance, and what you may need to do after the exam or treatment itself.

It’s a good idea to write down any questions you have about the test and bring the list to help you remember to ask about them. Although our technologists cannot give you test results, you can ask them questions about “after-care” procedures and when your physician can expect to receive the results of the exam.

On many pages, you’ll find links to printable questionnaires and forms to complete at home and bring in to your appointment, saving you time at our office. If you’re unclear about specific portions of the forms, bring in the information and a staff person will review the form with you here.

Follow the links below, but before you go, take another breath: Together with you and your doctors, we’ll work to find out what, if anything, is wrong, and help you return to health and vitality.
Radiation Oncology
Breast Imaging
  Breast Ultrasound
  Breast MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
  Breast Procedures (Biopsy and Cyst Aspiration)
Skeletal Imaging
  Osteoporosis screening (DEXA)
Specialized X-Rays
  Upper gastrointestinal (UGI) (Stomach)
  Small bowel series
  Colon (Barium enema)
  Kidneys (IVP)
  Joints (Arthrograms)
  Voiding Cystogram
  Myelograms (Spinal cord)
CT Scans (Computed Tomography)
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
Nuclear Medicine
  Nuclear Medicine Exam List

PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography)
  Renal (Kidney)
  Pelvic (Uterus and ovaries)
  Obstetric (Pregnancy)
  Testicles or scrotum
  Vascular Peripheral Imaging
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