MRI / CT Scans

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mriHigh Field Open MRI

Some people worry that getting an MRI scan might be confining and uncomfortable, but with the spacious Philips Panorama 1.0T MRI, the widest, most open high-field strength MRI system made today, those worries vanish. And while you’ll find the Panorama 1.0T OPEN MRI comfortable, your doctor will appreciate the superior image quality. That means better diagnoses and fewer re-scans. So you can breathe easy. MRI scans are often used for:

Some advantages of Open MRI include:

  • The Philips HFO is the world’s first truly open high-field MRI with active shielding.
  • 1.0T uses advanced open magnet technology rather than traditional cylindrical magnets for comfort and superior images.
  • Our scanner was designed with the customer in mind and offers superior patient comfort and access, particularly for children, elderly patients, clinically obese and those suffering from painful sports injuries.
  • Advanced high-field performance increases image quality and provides faster diagnosis.

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CT Scan

A CT Scan (sometimes called a CAT scan) is a painless and a non-invasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. CT uses a very thin special x-ray beam to produce detailed, cross sectional views of the body part being studied. The images can be examined digitally or via print. CT is often a preferred method of diagnosing causes of pain due to trauma, illness, organ injuries and abnormalities and many different forms of cancer. CT scans of the internal organs, bone, blood vessels and soft tissue provide greater clarity than conventional x-ray exams.

CT is commonly used for:

  • Brain
  • Sinuses
  • Facial Bones
  • Neck Soft Tissue
  • Chest
  • PE Chest
  • Abdomen / Pelvis
  • Renal Stone Study
  • CT Urogram
  • Cervical Spine
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbar Spine
  • Shoulder