An imaging center designed for the unique needs of women.Women's Imaging at Radiology Associates is unlike any other medical imaging center in Corpus Christi, and you'll know it the minute you walk through the door.
The first thing you'll notice are all the special "touches" we've added. Like a personal concierge to ensure you are informed and comfortable, private changing rooms, and cotton robes instead of flimsy hospital gowns.
Your test will be performed on the latest generation of digital imaging equipment. This means less discomfort. Less difficulty positioning your body for optimum results. Fewer re-takes. Exceptional image clarity and resolution.
Then, professional test interpretation by a team of radiologists specialized in the field of women's imaging. Timely results reporting. And the ability to perform additional testing - on the spot - if needed.
Why do we go through so much trouble to ensure your experience here is as pleasant and comfortable as possible? Because we know that you have a choice when it comes to where to have your medical imaging performed, and we want to be your imaging center of choice for the tests you need at all of life's stages.
If you have questions, or would like further information, please call 887.7000.
The benefits of digital mammography are numerous, and include faster exam times, lower radiation and less patient discomfort. Digital mammography allows for higher resolution images and the ability to look at anatomy from multiple angles. If needed, non-surgical breast biopsy services, including ultrasound-guided and stereotactic biopsies, are available at our center. Click here for more information.
The most common examination sites are the fracture prone hip and spine. Bone Mineral Density (BMD) is calculated and compared to normal BMD values, matched for age and sex. Click here for more information.
Prenatal ultrasound is used to help your doctor evaluate your baby's growth and determine how your pregnancy is progressing. Ultrasound is also used for certain types of disease detection. For example, transvaginal ultrasound is a test to evaluate for such instances as suspected cancer or abnormal growths in the female reproductive systems including, but not limited to, the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes, to name a few. Click here for more information.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses a computer, magnetic fields and radio waves to generate images of the inside of the body. A special coil is worn around the chest to ensure the most accurate and detailed images are obtained.
Unlike mammography, breast MRI is exclusively physician-referred, which means that your doctor must determine the appropriateness of this test for you. New guidelines suggest that breast MRI be used for certain women with an especially high risk of developing breast cancer. Click here for more information.
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