Medical Imaging at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center
Computed Tomography Imaging
- Toshiba Acquilion One 320-slice CT scanner (first in the region)
- CT Angiography
- 3D imaging
- Cardiac Imaging
- Virtual Colonoscopy
- Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)
- Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Digital Diagnostic Radiology
- X-ray (4000 x 4000 pixel images)
- PET scanning
- SPECT imaging
- Thyroid therapy
Cancer and Interventional Procedures
- Detailed cancer staging and restaging
- tumor volume measurement
- PET scanning
- Image fusion techniques
- Tumor embolization
- Intra-arterial chemotherapy
Viewing Your Patient Images and Reports
Referring physicians are able to view their patient's images and reports via the Internet or directly on the P/SL imaging intranet if their office is on campus. Off-campus practices can access our PACS webserver, and retrieve images and reports. A patient's complete image record also can be provided on CD at any time.
Access to Previous Imaging Studies at Other Facilities
Our radiology group has a wide-area network that makes it easy to compare a patient's previous imaging at many other facilities with the current studies, regardless of the distance.
Leading-Edge Technology - Always
Our Medical Imaging Department is equipped with the latest technology. Development projects with Toshiba Medical Systems, GE Healthcare and IDC ensure that our digital imaging will remain at the leading edge of technology.
Our Radiation Right® safety program follows nationally approved safety protocols that prevent accidental or excessive exposure, helping to ensure that you receive the lowest effective dose of radiation.