Services MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a means by which images can be acquired of various parts of the body without the use of X-Rays or Gamma Rays. CT CT scanners use conventional X-Rays to acquire a full three-dimensional computer model of patient’s internal organs. Interventional Radiology Interventional Radiology is used to treat targeted areas of the body for specific conditions X-ray X-Rays are a form of radiation, similar to a light source. Ultrasound Ultrasound imaging uses high frequency sound waves which penetrate the tissues and organs of the body. Mammography Mammography systems use low energy X-Rays which pass through the breast tissue. Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Medicine uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and stage the severity of many disease states in the human body. OPG (Dental X-rays) An OPG (orthopantomograph) X-Ray machine uses an X-Ray tube mounted to a gantry which allows it to move in an arc around the patient’s jaw. BMD (Bone Mineral Densitometry) The energy of the X-Ray beams that pass-through bones is absorbed, with the remainder of what is not absorbed travelling and exiting the other side of the body. 24hr ECG Holter Monitoring The 24-hour ECG Holter monitor records the electrical signals of the heart continuously for 24 hours while the patient continues their daily routine.