Specialized X-Ray exams of the arteries and veins to diagnose blockages and other blood vessel problems.
IVC Filters prevent blood clots from traveling to the heart and lungs.
Image-guided procedure that helps determine the cause of infection, inflammation, lumps or masses.
A procedure for detecting breast cancer, abnormalities in the breast and implant integrity
An ultrasound of the inside of your belly by inserting a probe into the vagina
SDMI has always been a leading innovator in healthcare technology in Southern Nevada and we continue to uphold our mission of delivering an exceptional patient experience and accurate results through the cutting-edge technology installed in our facilities.
If you are presenting with any symptoms or previously diagnosed Lung Disease you will need a diagnostic CT Scan as opposed to a screening. Don't Worry, all of our CT Scans are low dose as part of our commitment to ensure patients receive the minimal amount of radiation possible.
Scans are usually completed in just a few seconds to minutes.
In some cases, a dye called contrast material may be used. The contrast may be administered via an IV or an oral contrast and makes it easier to see structures or organs more clearly on the CT images. During the test, you will rest on a table that is attached to the CT scanner and it will send X-rays through the area of the body being studied. Each rotation of the scanner provides a picture of a thin slice of the organ or larger area.
Each patient is an individual, so radiation doses differ from person to person. SDMI customizes radiation doses for each patient, based on a variety of personal factors. This way, the LEAST amount of radiation is used to receive the HIGHEST QUALITY results.
Yes, all of our CT Scans are low dose. Our radiation doses are customized to each patient according to height, weight and age, allowing us to minimize your exposure.
Any patient that is 65 or older, diabetic, pre-diabetic OR as any renal/kidney issues (ie: on dialysis, kidney failure, chronic kidney disease, organ transplant, etc) will need to have BUN/CREATININE level within the last 6 weeks before having a CT scan with Contrast. This is for patient safety.
A CT Scanner uses X-RAY equipment and powerful computers to create detailed pictures of your bones and all of your blood vessels.
A big arm will move over your body (it doesn't touch you though) to scan and see if you are really a superhero or not.
We are going to take a look at your colon, we will use a special liquid called barium, while the barium is in your colon a large camera will move over you and take pictures.
This test uses a large magnet, it kind of looks like a spaceship, radio waves and a computer to create pictures of the inside of your body.
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With this scan we are going to look at how your cells are working, this machine can actually tell us how cells are working before they even start to look different.
This test uses waves to take pictures of your body, not waves like the beach but radio waves.
If you are coming in for this test your tummy must be hurting? When you come see us we are going to look at the inside of your belly and learn more about the size and shape of your organs.
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