Diagnostic Services

University MRI offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic imaging services, including:

MRI / Open MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses radio waves and a strong magnetic field to provide detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. [more...]

Sedation Imaging - Most patients experience some nervousness when undergoing a diagnostic test. Sedation ensures the necessary tests can be completed while providing the patient a comfortable and pleasant experience. [more...]

Computed Tomography (CT) - A CT scan maps out the body's organs. It is a medical advance that requires highly educated and experienced radiologists to accurately interpret the images. [more...]

Cardiac Imaging - Cardiac Imaging tests are indicated for people with unexplained chest pain or chest pain brought on by exercise (called angina) to permit the early detection of heart disease. [more...]

P.E.T. - P.E.T. (Positron Emission Tomography) is a unique, safe, painless andcost effective medical technology utilized to show the glucose uptake in the body. [more...]

Nuclear Medicine - Nuclear Medicine is a medical specialty that is a safe, painless effective technique to image the body and treat disease. [more...]

Ultrasound - Ultrasonography (US) is a procedure that uses sound waves rather than x-rays to produce a medical image or picture of various organs and tissues in the body. [more...]

X-Ray / Fluoroscopy - Often used to observe the digestive tract, fluoroscopy is a technique for obtaining "live" x-ray images of a living patient. [more...]

Bone Density - This simple, non-invasive test is an accurate predictor to future bone related disorders. [more...]

Mammography / Breast Tomography 3D - Mammography is a specialized Medical Imaging that uses a low-dose x-ray system to see inside the breast. A mammography exam called a mammogram aids in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases in women. [more...]

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