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All of our outpatient imaging services are provided through St. Paul Radiology and Suburban Imaging clinics that are conveniently located throughout the Twin Cities. We offer top quality high-resolution imagery using state-of-the-art medical imaging equipment.

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Bone Density

Using bone density testing for the detection of osteoporosis. The bone densitometer measures your bone mineral density. This information will be used in making a diagnosis about your bone status.

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Using images to show parts of the body in great detail. CT scans produce detailed, computer generated cross-sectional images of body tissues, bones and organs that are used to diagnose diseases.

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Using imaging for prevention or diagnosis of breast cancer. Mammography is the best method available for the early detection of breast cancer. A screening mammogram involves two X-rays of each breast.

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Using a magnetic field to produce detailed images of the body. An MRI is a procedure that creates detailed internal images of the body. MRIs can assist physicians in detecting diseases or other abnormalities very early stages.

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Open MRI

A quieter and more comfortable option to a standard MRI. Open Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or Open MRI is a very patient friendly procedure that is quieter and more comfortable for patients than a closed MRI.

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Using nuclear medicine and imaging to measure activity. Utilizing a low dose CT examination in combination with a PET examination, images are reconstructed by computer analysis to gather more information.

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Pain Management

Using imaging for injection placement to manage pain. Pain Management Injections provide long-term pain relief by delivering a combination of local anesthetic and steroid to an area in the body that is the source of pain.

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Colon Cancer, Coronary Artery Disease, Lung Cancer, and Breast Cancer. These screenings are all performed by licensed practitioners in a caring, comfortable environment at one of our state-of-the-art facilities.

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Using sound waves to view internal structures in the body. Ultrasound examinations are painless, and are performed with the use of a probe that emits sound waves, making an image from the reflection of the sound waves.

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Using images to diagnose a wide variety of conditions. The X-ray is the primary and most common radiology tool. X-rays provide valuable information to radiologists about your health and play an important role in diagnosis.

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