AMIC radiologists interpret the full range of diagnostic imaging tests. The imaging “modality” (MRI, CT, Ultrasound, X-ray, etc.) is selected by your doctor—sometimes in conjunction with the recommendations of one of our radiologists—based on that particular test’s ability to provide images that will help us to accurately diagnose your health condition.
Women’s imaging refers to breast cancer screenings and diagnostic imaging (mammography/3D mammography, breast MRI and breast ultrasound), as well as bone density screening for osteoporosis, which affects women 4 times more often than men.
Vascular and interventional radiology offers a host of new diagnostic and treatment options designed to minimize physical trauma to the patient, thereby reducing pain, recovery time, infection rates and the overall costs associated with surgery and hospital length of stay. Minimally invasive treatments are now available to treat spine fractures, uterine fibroids, varicose veins, peripheral artery disease, cancer and more.
Wellness screenings include new tests designed to detect disease at an earlier and more treatable stage, when more treatment options are available to the patient. These include tests for the early detection of coronary artery disease, lung cancer, colon cancer, stroke risk and more.