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A Specialized Approach to Breast Imaging.
Our Fellowship Trained Radiologists provide professional mammography services at state of the art, highly regarded breast imaging centers throughout the Denver area.
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Interventional Radiology procedures are performed in a hospital on an outpatient basis. When compared to surgical alternatives, they can often provide the same results.
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Body Imaging uses imaging techniques to provide diagnosis and monitor disease of the chest, abdomen and pelvis. Computed tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound are the primary modalities used in the specialty.
Diagnostic X-rays were the first images developed in the field of Radiology. They capture a picture of the inside of your body and serve as a quick and painless way to evaluate disease.
Using the most advanced technology and minimally-invasive techniques, Interventional Radiologists specialize in procedures and treatment options that offer numerous advantages over traditional surgery.
Women have unique health care concerns. Diversified Radiologists are specialized in women’s imaging and the diagnosis of breast cancer.
Musculoskeletal imaging is used for managing conditions such as fractures, spine trauma, degenerative spinal disorders and derangement of ligaments, cartilage and joints. Arthrograms, or joint injections, are sometimes performed by musculoskeletal radiologists as well.
Neuroradiology, including Interventional Neuroradiology, is a focus on abnormalities of the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, head and neck, and endovascular or minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of the central nervous system, stroke, or head and neck lesions such as tumors, aneurysms or vascular malformations.
Positron Emission Tomography is a type of nuclear medicine scan. A special radioactive material is injected into the body and is taken up by cells in the body.