Our services include exams, imaging studies, interventional radiology, education and support. Advanced Radiology Services physicians work closely with your medical team to help determine and provide the best solution for your health care. We are available for consult regarding our findings about your case, and also participate in multi-specialty clinics, which involve a team of specialists meeting together with a patient.
When your doctor orders a radiology exam, images or pictures of your body will be produced. A radiologist will interpret these images and provide a written report for your doctor, who will discuss the results with you. Since the report will likely influence the care you receive, it is important to have an experienced, board-certified radiologist interpret your medical images. Where you have your radiology exam usually determines who interprets the images and prepares the report for your doctor. To ensure that one of our radiologists will read and interpret your medical images, ask your doctor to send you to one of the locations [note: link to ARS Locations page] served by Advanced Radiology Services.
Following are brief descriptions of our subspecialties. For more detailed information, please visit our Patient Information page.
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Emergency Radiology involves performing and interpreting imaging examinations on acutely ill and injured patients seen in the Emergency Department. These tests include the use of the most modern and advanced technology available, such as computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and digital imaging. Emergency Department physicians frequently include these examinations as part of the initial evaluation of patients with illnesses such as pneumonia, to severe, life-threatening injuries from motor vehicle accidents. Our radiologists provide services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We provide personal consultation with staff physicians and physicians-in-training, as well as services to other hospital emergency departments through the use of PACS (a picture archiving and communication system that allows the electronic transmission of images from remote locations) any time of the day or night.