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NUCLEAR MEDICINE
WOMEN'S IMAGING
WOMEN’S IMAGING

The Future of Imaging

AVALA Imaging Center utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide faster and clearer diagnostic imaging for our patients. Relax and let us reduce the stress of healthcare. Our cutting edge imaging technology is only a small part in our investment in providing the highest level of quality care to our patients.

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MRI

Our cutting-edge MRI scanner, the GE SIGNA Voyager 1.5T, is designed to shorten scan times for patients.

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CT

Our CT scanner, the Phillips Diamond Select Brilliance 64-slice, provides high quality images, lower dose of radiation, and 3D images for robotic surgeries.

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Nuclear Medicine

Our nuclear medicine technology, Symbia Evo Excel identifies disease at its earliest stages. Nuclear Image Fusion is available with MRI or CT.

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Ultrasound

Our Ultrasound technology, the ACUSON Juniper, is a high performance system that provides high-resolution, fully focused imaging, quicker scan times, safer imaging with no radiation exposure.

Ultrasound (also called a sonogram) is a medical imaging exam that uses sound waves to create images. These images show the structure and movement of the body’s organs and blood flow.

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X-Ray

Our X-ray technology, the Shimadzu RADspeed Pro, provides immediate imaging previews.

An X-ray is a non-invasive exam that provides valuable information to help physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. Imaging with x-rays involves using a small dose of radiation to produce images of the inside of the body. X-rays are the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging.

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WOMEN’S IMAGING

Women’s Imaging at AVALA features state-of-the-art 3D digital tomosynthesis technology providing detailed, clearer images for more accurate results.

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