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PET/PET-CT

A PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan is an imaging exam that creates pictures of metabolic activity inside your body. A small amount of radioactive material (called FDG) is injected into your bloodstream. The PET scan takes images of the areas of your body where the FDG travels. These images are…
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Low Dose, CT

A CT Scan, which stands for “Computed Tomography,” is a radiographic technique that rotates multiple cameras around the patient and then combines the images into a two-dimensional, cross-sectional view of the area being scanned. There is no pain or discomfort and scanning only takes a few minutes. CT Scanning is…
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Digital Radiography

A digital x-ray is a non-invasive procedure that focuses a small dose of ionizing radiation to certain areas of the body to produce a clear image. X-rays are most commonly used to: Determine whether a bone is dislocated or broken Assist in the detection and diagnosis of cancer Screen for…
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Breast Biopsy

In ultrasound-guided breast biopsy, ultrasound imaging is used to help guide the radiologist to the site of the abnormal growth. It is a non-invasive, accurate way to obtain the tissue sample required for diagnosis. An ultrasound-guided breast biopsy can be performed when a breast ultrasound shows an abnormality such as:…
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