Diagnostic Radiology Procedures
Diagnostic Radiology exams are used by radiologists to examine a patient's internal organs and structures to determine the existence of a medical condition. These procedures utilize a variety of imaging technologies that can use x-rays, magnetic fields and ultrasound together with computers to produce images from which a diagnosis can be made. The type of imaging procedure or technology used depends upon a patient's symptoms and part of the body being examined.
Diagnostic Radiology procedures are used to support the subspecialty services of Interventional Radiology, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Neuroradiology, Oncology Imaging and Women's Imaging. These procedures can include: