The field of radiology is constantly changing and evolving overtime. Technological advancements have rolled in ever since the conception of the MRI scanner. This imaging scanner has become a favorite of our radiologists along with our patients for its quality images and overall comfort. Let's take a look back in time to how MRI technology has changed overtime and how it continues to evolve.Read More
With an abundance of diagnostic imaging scans to choose from, deciding on which is best for your area of concern can be difficult for those who aren't experts in the field of radiology. A common question we receive from our patients is "what is the difference between CT and MRI scans?". We're here to set the record straight and give you everything you need to know to choose which scan is best for you.Read More
While MRI’s are commonly used to diagnose various ailments, functional magnetic resonance imaging scans plays another role in the medical imaging world. fMRI utilizes the same technology as traditional MRI, but these functional MRI scans focus on brain activity specifically.Read More
Important decisions deserve sufficient time to consider how they may affect you in the long run. Deciding where you should undergo a diagnostic imaging scan is of utmost importance to ensure that you are receiving the best care possible. Considering if they are ACR Accredited is one major consideration for various radiology centers, and here are 10 other things to keep in mind when choosing the best imaging center for your procedure.Read More
MRI images are truly captivating. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is utilized by physicians to create a visual picture inside of the body of important diagnostic information. The musculoskeletal system, bone marrow abnormalities, congenital cardiac abnormalities, and internal organs are just a few of the internal images MRI’s are best for.
While many of us know what MRI’s are used for and what they are like, actually visualizing the images they create brings the technology to life. Here are a few moving images from MRI scans that will take your breath away.Read More
Did you know you might be able to use an ultrasound scanner on your personal mobile device? This hand-held, battery powered scanner that is compatible with more smart phones is revolutionizing diagnostic imaging. While smartphones are known for being helpful for pretty much everything, this device has recently been approved and ultrasound technology can now be accessed from your iPhone.Read More