The ability to see cancer inside a patient’s body is crucial for accurate diagnosis and treatment. MGCH & RI Division of Diagnostic Imaging has more than a dozen technologies available for radiologists to visualize tumors in both bone and soft tissue. From standard radiology to advanced techniques that can view the tiniest blood vessels, our radiologists take diagnosis, tumor staging and treatment planning to a whole new level. Our dedicated radiologists provide diagnostic services at the forefront of new advances in diagnostic imaging.
The Division of Diagnostics and Imaging provides a full range of diagnostic imaging and therapeutic services:
For cancer patients, it means the most accurate diagnosis and treatment available anywhere, increasing the chances for success
Interventional Radiology is a sub-specialty of Diagnostic Radiology that has evolved over the past 25 years to become an integral part of comprehensive patient care, providing alternatives to surgery for a broad range of health problems.
State-of-the-art imaging techniques including ultrasound, computed tomography (CT scans) and are utilized to guide the placement of needles, catheters and devices directly to target sites deep within the body through a small skin incision. These procedures are often performed under local anesthesia with intravenous (IV) sedation and typically do not require general anesthesia.
The Interventional Radiology team at MGCH & RI is a dedicated group of healthcare professionals committed to providing quality patient care, research, and education programs