Category: Diagnostic Imaging

How Much Does A Radiology Exam Cost?

Would you buy a new car without knowing the price? Of course you wouldn’t. So why should you accept that the cost of your healthcare is a secret and not transparent?

The correct answer is you shouldn’t. If Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center recommends you have an X-Ray,  MRI or other type of radiology exam, it’s time to do your homework and find out how much a radiology exam actually costs.

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Benefits Of Going To An Outpatient Imaging Center

Your physician has referred you for an MRI or other imaging scan, but many patients are not aware that they have a choice of facilities. You don’t necessarily need to go to a hospital setting for your test. You can choose an outpatient imaging center, and in fact, there are multiple benefits of going to an outpatient imaging center instead of a hospital.

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Things You Should Know Before An MRI Scan

A Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan, or MRI, is one of the greatest tools physicians have for diagnosing many conditions that an X-Ray can not. It looks at organs inside the body using a large magnet and radio waves. If your physician has referred you to have one, here are important things you should know before an MRI scan.

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7 Signs and Symptoms of a Wrist Fracture

A wrist fracture is essentially the same thing as a broken wrist, and let’s face it, if you break your wrist, it’s probably going to result in plenty of pain. Depending on the severity of the break, various treatments may be recommended, but how do you know if it’s a fracture and not just a sprain?

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When to have a Bone Density Test to Detect Osteoporosis

DEXA Screening

A bone scan is the only way to diagnose osteoporosis before a broken bone happens. A bone density test, or DEXA scan, may be done on your hip or spine to estimate your bone density and determine if treatment is necessary.

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