Online Exam Information Center

Our Online Services Center provides information about your exam – specifically common uses for the exams, how to prepare, what to expect during the exam, as well as interactive tutorials.

Imaging exams are used by our radiologists to examine a patient’s internal organs and structures to determine the existence of a medical condition. These procedures utilize a variety of imaging technologies that can use x-rays, magnetic fields, and ultrasound together with computers to produce images from which a diagnosis can be made. The type of imaging procedure or technology used depends upon a patient’s symptoms and the part of the body being examined. Exams can include:


  • Angiography – Angiogram, Angiography
  • Abdomen
  • Chest MRI
  • Head & Brain MRI
  • Musculoskeletal & Spine
  • Pelvis GYN
  • Pelvis Orthopedic

CT Scan

  • Abdomen & Pelvis
  • Body
  • Chest
  • CTA of Coronary Artery
  • Head & Sinus
  • Spine
  • Angiography – Angiogram, Angiography
  • Cardiac CT for Calcium Scoring
  • Colonography – Virtual Colonscopy


  • Whole Body
  • Skull base to mid thigh
  • Chest/Head and/or Neck


  • Head, chest, abdomen
  • Upper & lower extremity


  • Obstetrical
  • Abdomen
  • Pelvis
  • Prostate & Scrotum
  • Thyroid
  • Vascular

Nuclear Medicine

  • Bone Scan with SPECT
  • DaTscan
  • HIDA
  • MUGA
  • Thyroid Scan
  • Renal Scan
  • Liver/Spleen Scan
  • Gastric Emptying
  • Lung Differential
  • Meckel’s Diverticulum
  • White Blood Cell Study

Breast Care – Coming 2019

  • 3D Mammography
  • Whole Breast Ultrasound

Screening Services

Screening services are procedures that are used to check for disease in asymptomatic patients, provide information on patients with established disease processes, check on the benefit or side effects of other treatments, or to determine if a patient is free from a specific disease. Typical screening procedures include:

  • Coronary artery blockages
  • Colon cancer
  • Lung disorders

Web Link: For more comprehensive information, please visit the American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America’s Patient Information website at

This page is intended as an educational resource only. It is not a substitute for professional care. Please see your physician if you have any concerns about your own health.