Imaging Services

Imaging Services

Resurrection Health Care offers a full range of state-of-the-art imaging services to detect, evaluate and treat diseases and injuries.

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Advanced Technology

Computerized Tomography (CT Scan) — CT scans provide information about soft tissues within the body such as the liver, brain and lungs using computer-enhanced X-ray images.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) — Among the most advanced of all diagnostic tools, MRI is a non-invasive technology utilizing a magnetic scanner, radio waves and computerized graphics to produce highly detailed images of body tissue.

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Ultrasound — Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves passed through the body to produce an image with great detail.

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Cardiac MRI — MRI provides clear, detailed pictures of the heart allowing physicians to examine the size and thickness of the chambers of the heart, and determine the extent of damage caused by a heart attack or progressive heart disease.

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Cardiac CT — A cardiac CT scan is a non-invasive heart-imaging test for determining whether fatty or calcium deposits have built up in the coronary arteries. Left untreated, these deposits can cause heart disease.

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DEXA Bone Density Scan — To diagnose osteoporosis and determine the risk for fractures, this non-invasive procedure measures density of bones in the spinal column and hip.

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Nuclear Imaging — Nuclear medicine is useful for visualizing specific organs within the body by injecting a radiopharmaceutical agent into the bloodstream. Procedures include heart perfusion, bone, liver, lung and gall bladder scans.

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Radiation Oncology — One of the tools for fighting cancer, therapeutic radiation is aimed at cancer cells to stop their spread and/or to shrink tumors.

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PET Scan — The latest major advance in imaging technology, PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scans allows for earlier diagnosis of cancers than any other technology. A wealth of information about the function of the body's organs is provided-even at the cellular level.

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PET/CT Scan — A PET scan can be combined with computerized tomography in a revolutionary two-in-one medical imaging system that allows doctors to quickly determine whether cancer is present, if it is spreading, whether current treatment is working and/or if there is a recurrence.

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Women's Imaging Services — Resurrection Health Care offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment imaging services for women for breast health, obstetrics, gynecology and bone health.

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Specialty Services

Interventional Imaging — Resurrection Health Care offers a wide range of procedures using interventional imaging. These procedures are minimally invasive, targeted treatments performed with the use of real-time imaging such as vascular CT, MRI or ultrasound. Physicians guide tiny instruments, such as catheters, through the blood vessels or other pathways to treat problems without major surgery. Procedures are generally easier for the patient because they involve no large incisions, less risk, less pain and shorter recovery times.

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Innovar Digital Angiography — The latest advance in imaging, Innova offers patients more comfortable and quicker times for both diagnostic and interventional procedures. Using new fully digital technology, Innova provides our physicians a real-time image with greater detail, less radiation exposure, a much larger field of view and less distortion as they guide catheters and other medical devices.

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64-Slice LightSpeedr VCT — he revolutionary LightSpeed VCT 64-slice CT scanner captures images at a remarkable speed, taking less than ten seconds to scan the whole body. Exceptional image clarity and a high level of detail allow our doctors to diagnose diseases throughout the body, including cancer and life-threatening cardiac conditions.

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Siemens e.camr — The e.cam nuclear camera produces detailed images that allow radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians to determine how well internal organs and tissue structures are functioning. "Real time" images are ideal for the early detection and staging of cancer, heart disease and other hard-to-diagnose disorders.

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Electrophysiology Services — For irregular heartbeats, state-of-the-art Electrophysiology Labs allow our expert team of heart rhythm specialists to precisely map the heart's electrical system to determine exactly where the problem originates. When the problem is found, patients can often be treated with a minimally invasive technique.

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TomoTherapy - Image Guided Radiation Therapy — Our TomoTherapy Hi-Art SystemT is the most advanced radiotherapy available. In one integrated unit, patients receive a CT scan and painless and precise radiation therapy. TomoTherapy is more accurate, has fewer side effects and offers patients the convenience of ongoing diagnosis and treatment in one comfortable location.

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IMRT (Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy) — Our state-of-the-art linear accelerator with IMRT treats tumors that might have been considered "too risky" or "untreatable" just a few years ago. This technology delivers a radiation dose that perfectly conforms to the three-dimensional (3-D) shape of a malignant tumor or to specific areas within the tumor while sparing normal tissue, allowing for higher doses of radiation to be delivered safely.

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Stereotactic Radiosurgery — Stereotactic radiosurgery is a nonsurgical approach that uses a computer to aim highly focused beams of radiation directly at brain tumors and other abnormalities within the head.

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Capsule Endoscopy — With capsule endoscopy, thousands of images are painlessly recorded while the patient goes about a normal day. The patient swallows a capsule with a tiny camera that moves naturally through the GI tract to determine the cause of pain or bleeding.

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