Designed to see through a patient's skin into muscle, bone and soft tissue, the CAT scan helps physicians to determine the location of a possible tumor, the event or the extent of a stroke, abdominal and bowel disorders and matters such as the stages of a disease process.
head, facial bones, IAC’s, orbits, sinus
neck, soft tissue neck, cervical spine
chest, P.E. studies, high resolution studies
low dose lung cancer screening
upper and lower extremities
abdomen and pelvis, general studies, abdominal aortic aneurysms, hemangioma studies
entire spine: general studies for fractures or disc problems.
- neck - soft tissue, thyroid, parathyroid, and carotid doppler
- abdomen and retro-peritoneum - liver, gallbladder, common bile duct, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, abdominal aorta and inferior vena cava
- pelvis - OB female pelvic anatomy and male pelvic anatomy
- ultrasound guidance procedures for biopsy, aspirations and localization
- vascular -venous dopplers, arterial studies, ABI
Bone Densitometry more information...
- needle Localization
The MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to produce computer processed images of your inner body. Unlike x-ray or CT, MRI does not require the use of ionizing radiation. There is no pain or discomfort and there are no known side effects.
- head, facial bones, IAC’s, orbits, MR angiograms
- neck, soft tissue neck, cervical spine, MR carotid angiogram
- upper and lower extremities
- abdomen and pelvis - general studies
- entire spine
- endocrine system
- hematopoietic, lymphatic system
- gastrointestinal system
- musculoskeletal system
- cardiovascular system
- genitourinary system
- contrast studies
- stress echo
Hammond-Henry Hospital Imaging Services
600 North College Avenue
Geneseo, IL 61254
Phone: (309) 944-9169 or contact us.