General Radiology in Arlington, TX
What Is General Radiology?
General radiology is a form of medical imaging in which pictures are produced of the body's internal structures so that physicians can diagnose and treat ailments. Medical imaging is performed on-site at USMD Hospital at Arlington utilizing the latest in nuclear medicine, ultrasound, MRI, X-ray, and CT scans. If a physician has recommended diagnostic imaging for you, rest assured that you are in capable hands with our expert radiologists. Contact our hospital in Arlington, TX to learn more about our general radiology services.
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Types of General Radiology Technology
USMD Hospital at Arlington is proud to bring the latest in advanced radiology technology to the Dallas/Fort Worth community. Such technologies include:
- Nuclear Medicine: This form of imaging uses a special kind of radiation in order to more clearly see the soft tissues inside the body.
- Ultrasound: Also called sonography, this type of medical imaging uses sound waves to produce images of the organs and tissues.
- MRI: Also called magnetic resonance imaging, an MRI uses radio waves and a strong magnetic field to produce images of the body's internal structures.
- CT: Also called computerized tomography, a CT scan takes x-ray images from different angles to create comprehensive images.
- General Imaging: Tests that take detailed images of the body's internal structures to help diagnose and treat diseases, injuries, and conditions.
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When Is General Radiology Performed?
At USMD Hospital at Arlington, radiologists work to ensure you receive the most comprehensive care possible. General radiology might be performed in a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to:
- Diagnosing fractured or broken bones
- Locating foreign objects in soft tissues
- Locating tumors
- Detecting internal injuries and bleeding
- Detecting and diagnosing diseases and conditions
- Guiding a surgery, biopsy, or other procedure
General Radiology FAQ
What Diagnostic Imaging Tests Are Performed by Our Radiology Department?
Is General Radiology Safe?
Will I Need a Physician Referral to Have Diagnostic Imaging Performed?
In most cases, general radiology is performed at the request of a physician to help diagnose illnesses or identify causes of symptoms. Our advanced radiology department typically operates with a physician’s referral.
Is General Radiology Covered by Insurance?
Advanced Imaging for Superior Treatment
USMD Hospital at Arlington proudly offers advanced general radiology and a team of experienced radiologists to help take detailed images of your internal structures so that your physicians can better diagnose and treat you. General radiology is safe, minimally invasive, and virtually painless. If you are in need of medical imaging in Dallas, Fort Worth, or Arlington, TX, you can expect top-of-the-line care at our facility. Contact USMD Hospital at Arlington to learn more about our advanced general radiology options and how our team can help you in your journey to a better quality of life.