The Division of Nuclear Medicine specializes in diagnostic imaging of dynamic aspects of physiology and pathology using radioactive tracer agents.
PET/CT imaging systems gives doctors highly defined, 3-D images of form and function inside a patient's body. These detailed images provide doctors with critical information used in treating conditions such as cancer and heart disease.
Ultrasound imaging or sonography is a painless medical test that uses sound waves to diagnose, study and treat medical conditions.
A MRI is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that uses a strong magnetic field and radiofrequency waves to provide detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues.
This page was last updated: April 21, 2014