Bone Density (DEXA scan) – Endocrinologists use the DEXA scan, which measures the amount of energy that passes through a specific bone, to evaluate bone strength and risk of osteoporosis.
CT scan – Computed tomography (CT scan or CAT scan) uses X-ray to make cross-sectional pictures of the body to look for abnormalities, such as orthopedic injuries, heart disease or cancers.
Lung Cancer Screening – Radiologists utilize low-dose CT (computed tomography) to make cross-sectional pictures of the body to detect lung nodules and early-stage lung cancer in patients determined to be high-risk.
Ultrasound – Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to make computer images of internal body organs and structures. These images provide information to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of diseases.
Vascular Laboratory – Our nationally accredited Vascular Laboratory provides advanced vascular ultrasound testing for a wide range of vascular disorders including abdominal aortic aneursym, carotid artery disease, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and circulatory problems related to diabetes.
X-ray – During an X-ray, different types of body tissue absorb varying amounts of radiation, creating black and white images doctors use to examine conditions such as cancer, bone fractures, osteoporosis and heart disease.
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