What is Body Imaging?

Body Imaging employs CT and MRI to image the bony and soft tissues of the anatomy.

CT is often the preferred technology for diagnosing cancer and for visualizing several types of tissue with great clarity, including organs such as the liver, spleen, pancreas and kidneys.  MRI is a powerful, accurate tool to obtain images of exquisite anatomic detail and often eliminates the need for additional diagnostic procedures. MRI is frequently used to study muscles, joints, the brain and spine, the abdomen, pelvis, chest and blood vessels.