Abdominal Imaging is a specialty of Diagnostic Radiology, providing diagnostic imaging and intervention of abdominal and pelvic disorders. Our examinations are tailored to use cutting-edge equipment with organ-specific protocols. Three-dimensional (3D) imaging is used for many exams such as CT/MR angiography to study blood vessels, plan surgery and study vascular tumors and conditions.
Our mission as subspecialists is to provide the most accurate diagnostic and follow up imaging with the least invasion and lowest cost to our patients. We align with the American College of Radiology Imaging 3.0 initiative and aim to educate the next generation of abdominal imagers on the importance of wise imaging utilization and multidisciplinary approach to patient care.
Our radiologists are all board certified, fellowship trained academic radiologists with expertise in the all the modalities and diseases evaluated by abdominal imaging. We work closely with all colleagues in medical subspecialties using a team-approach with many joint clinical working conferences to manage the most complex and challenging diagnostic and management issues, to support advanced clinical trials and novel therapeutic advances.
The Section of Abdominal Imaging provides clinical service in the realms of ultrasound, body computed tomography (CT), body magnetic resonance (MR), fluoroscopy and X-Ray. In addition, the Section is responsible for imaging-guided biopsies utilizing ultrasound and selective procedures utilizing MRI.