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An MRI is the diagnostic medical imaging technique known for the production of exquisite soft tissue detail without using ionizing radiation. (Learn more)

X-rays are a type of radiation called electromagnetic waves. X-ray imaging creates pictures of the inside of your body.  (Learn more)

Computed tomography (CT) is a type of imaging. It uses special x-ray equipment to make cross-sectional pictures of your body.  (Learn More)  

A mammogram is an x-ray picture of the breast. It can be used to check for breast cancer in women who have no signs or symptoms of the disease.  (Learn more) 

An image-guided biopsy consists of placing a biopsy needle in an organ of interest through the patient’s skin using imagery for guidance. Ultrasonography and computer thermography (CT) are the most commonly used imaging modalities. (Learn More)

Ultrasound is a type of imaging. It uses high-frequency sound waves to look at organs and structures inside the body. (Learn more) 

A Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy is a simple procedure that involves passing a thin needle through the skin to sample fluid or tissue from a cyst or solid mass. (Learn More)

Barium enema is a special x-ray of the large intestine, which includes the colon and rectum. (Learn more)

A Barium Meal is a chemical;  barium sulphate, that is swallowed by a person just before an X- Ray is taken of their stomach and bowels, so that these organs can be seen clearly. (Learn more)

CT angiography combines a CT scan with the injection of dye. This technique is able to create pictures of the blood vessels in the arms or legs. (Learn more)

An intravenous pyelogram (IVP) is a type of x-ray that provides images of the urinary tract. It can help show whether there are any disorders or problems with the structure or function of the urinary tract. (Learn more)

Hysterosalpingography is a special x-ray using dye to look at the womb (uterus) and fallopian tubes. (Learn more)

A bone mineral density (BMD) test measures how much calcium and other types of minerals are in an area of your bone. This test helps your health care provider detect osteoporosis and predict your risk for bone fractures. (Learn more)