Diagnostic Imaging (X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Bone Density, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine)
Diagnostic Imaging provides imaging services using various means of producing "pictures" to be "read" by a radiologist. A radiologist is a doctor who has had special training in image interpretation. The pictures allow the doctor to detect cancer, pneumonia, a broken bone, etc.
The McLaren Imaging Center offers all digital technology including mammography, computer-aided detection Systems (CAD), and a 64 slice CT-Scanner. Other services include general imaging, ultrasound technology, fluoroscopy and nuclear medicine. All imaging completed for patients at the site can be easily accessible to their physicians through a special website portal where images and results are made available on-line to be viewed by computer. Our fully trained staff cares for patients including fellowship trained radiologists who are on-site.
*Allergies - Some studies listed will involve contrast injection. Let the office staff know if you have any allergies prior to your appointment.
Radiologists on Staff
Test and Preparation
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