Women Imaging Services

Also called dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) or bone densitometry, this is a type of x-ray that measures bone loss.

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This imaging procedure uses a magnetic field and radio frequency pulses to produce detailed cross-sectional images of breast tissue.

This procedure is performed pre-operatively combining advanced imaging with precise tumor localization allowing for the removal of breast tumors with minimal disturbance to surrounding normal tissue.

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This women’s imaging procedure uses sound waves to evaluate blood flow in the breast.

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A gynecological diagnostic test, x-ray and a contrast material are used to examine the uterus and fallopian tubes.

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MRI is used to provide guidance in obtaining a tissue sample to test for breast cancer.

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This form of breast imaging uses low-dose x-rays to help locate suspicious tissue to be sampled and studied.

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Also called digital breast tomosynthesis, this advanced form of breast imaging creates multiple images of the breast from different angles, used as a supplement to traditional mammography.

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