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Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Department of Diagnostic Imaging
Location: Suite 016
Director: Kurt Meehan, R.T.
Appointments: 216-382-2853
Hours: Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

About the Department of Diagnostic Imaging

MRI, CT, mammography, echocardiography, ultrasonography and X-rays are just a few of the digitized tests that are performed in the Diagnostic Imaging Department at University Suburban Health Center. The tests help physicians in diagnosing problems and confirming treatment progress. The department's sophisticated equipment, the kind usually found only in research centers, as well as its certified staff and board-certified radiologists, ensure the accuracy of every test result. All imaging procedures are performed in addition to those procedures using special equipment, such as, nuclear medicine gamma camera used for evaluating bone, thyroid and liver disorders and bone densitometry for the evaluation of osteoporosis.

Digital Testing

All tests in the Diagnostic Imaging Department produce results that are digital. This means that your doctor can retrieve your results quickly from his/her computer and your images can be stored indefinitely for quick retrievel, when needed.

Certification

More on Specific Tests

Barium Enema Study
Barium Enema Study with Air Contrast
Bone Densitometry
Bone Scan
CT
Echocardiography
Echocardiography Stress Test
Echocardiography Stress Test with Dobutamine
Exercise Stress Test
Gallium Scan
Gastric Empty Study
Gated Blood Pool Scan
H. Pylori Breath Test
Hepatic Hemangioma Scan
Hepatobiliary (Gallbladder) Scan
Hip Joint Injection
Hysterosalpingogram
IVP (Intravenous Pyelogram)
Liver/Spleen Scan
Mammogram (Mammography)
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
Nuclear Medicine Scans
Nuclear Stress Test Sestamibi
Parathyroid Study
Renal (Kidney) Flow and Function Scan
Small Bowel Study
Stress Tests
Thyroid Uptake and Scan
Ultrasound (Ultrasonography)
Upper GI and Small Bowel Study
Upper GI Study
VCUG (Voiding Cystourethrogram)
X-rays

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