From ultrasounds to renal tumors, Abdominal Imaging performs the most common and many complex abdominal interventions.
The section of Breast Imaging offers the latest technologies in diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound, MRI, image-guided needle biopsy and ductography.
Committed to using the least-invasive procedure with the lowest level of radiation possible for each patient.
eRadiology provides teleradiology services to hospitals, imaging centers and physician group practices.
Aligning patients with the appropriate diagnostic imaging technologies for their needs at the locations most accessible to them.
Facilitates image-based research, and offers support for the collection and analysis of pilot data.
Originators of balloon angioplasty and vascular stent procedures, Interventional Radiology now performs more than 9,500 procedures annually.
Consultation services for radiation equipment and services.
One of the largest departments of its kind in the United States, its 11 specialties offer to diagnose all disorders of the musculoskeletal system.
Dedicated to diagnosing neurological disorders, including specialty areas of MR angiography and transcranial Doppler.
Using radioactive tracers in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
Committed to lowering the radiation dose for children not only through practice, but also research.
Performing over 150,000 unique examinations each year, Thoracic Imaging diagnoses diseases including lung cancer and emphysema.