Thank you for your support during this unprecedented time. As Texas begins to re-open, we to will be getting back to normal. Beginning May 4th, all patients will be seen without restrictions for their diagnostic tests. Our operational hours will remain Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Are MRI scans safe for children? Your child’s doctor would never recommend a procedure that could be harmful to your child. So, yes, MRI scans are safe for children. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Radiology both agree.
What does it mean to have dense breasts? Are you aware you have dense breasts? If you don’t know or aren’t sure, keep reading to find out how it can affect your breast imaging results and your risk of breast cancer.
Sixty million MRI scans are performed worldwide each year. With the increasing number of patients with implanted medical devices growing every year, safety is an important topic. Are MRIs safe with implanted devices?
A heart scan evaluates the health of your blood vessels. It tells your doctor how much calcified plaque is in your coronary arteries and your risk of developing heart disease or a heart attack in the near future. It is a CT scan that takes 10 minutes to perform,
A CT coronary angiography is a non-invasive imaging test that looks at the arteries that supply blood to your heart. It checks for any narrowing or blockage in your heart. If you are having a CT coronary angiography, here is what to expect.
Got knee pain? Even if you haven’t been seriously injured of late, an MRI may diagnose why your knee hurts all the time or why it still hurts even after knee surgery. Let’s find out all the reasons when to get an MRI for a knee injury.
Wouldn’t it be great if doctors and neurologists could diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease before there were any symptoms? They could target the disease before irreversible brain damage ensued. There are studies right now looking at strategies to secure that earlier diagnosis. One such involves using MRI to diagnose Alzheimer’s.
Any medical test of your brain can be scary, so it is understandable that you might panic and jump to conclusions about why you may need an MRI of the brain. Don’t panic, and don’t forget, an MRI is a diagnostic tool doctors also use to find any issues before they can become more serious.
Most of us don’t spend a lot of time fretting about our bone health, but once it begins to infringe on our daily lives, that can change. While much of the ability to maintain bone strength is out of our direct control,
There are multiple reasons your physician may recommend you have an MRI of your brain. It can be a bit disconcerting, but an MRI is a useful diagnostic tool to help identify conditions that can affect the brain and the spinal cord.