Department of Radiology
Neuroradiology/ Head & Neck Imaging Division
Background    |   Staff    |    Services Offered    |    Research    |    Training    |

Services Offered

A variety of scanners are available to accommodate patient needs and comfort, including 3 Tesla high field and open scanners.


MR Perfusion
Helps to distinguish treatment related changes from recurrent brain tumor.


MR Spectroscopy
Helps distinguish brain tumors from other diseases such as abscess, stroke, and multiple sclerosis. Helps the neurosurgeon select the most appropriate place to biopsy certain brain tumors.


Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Allows identification of critical fiber tracts in the brain, helping in the diagnosis and treatment of certain diseases.

Multidetector CT
Allows the performance of multiplanar image reconstructions (reducing radiation to the patient) and advanced CT techniques such as CT angiography and CT perfusion.


CT Angiography
Allows detailed analysis of the cervical and cerebral vasculature, often precluding the need for the more lengthy, invasive and risky technique of catheter angiography.

More Images:    Image 1

CT Perfusion
Identifies areas of the brain that may be at risk for infarction.

More Images:    Image 1

Produces a highly detailed, cross sectional image of the upper (maxilla) and lower (mandible) jaw, which is then analyzed for potential dental implant sites.

More Images:    Image 1      Image 2

Temporomandibular Joint Imaging
High resolution MRI used to detect internal derangement.

More Images:    Image 1


To schedule an examination call 1 800-JEFF NOW.

Click to leave feedback