Treatments & services: Laboratory, pathology and imaging services

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3D mammography, also called digital breast tomosynthesis, is the latest breakthrough technology in breast cancer screening and detection. This 3D mammography allows the radiologist to examine breast tissue one layer at a time, improving the ability to detect abnormalities while reducing false alarms due to overlapping tissue.


An ultrasound is a painless medical imaging procedure that helps our experts see inside your body. In the case of a fetal ultrasound, it allows our team to see the fetus, as well as get a closer look at your uterus, making it possible to provide recommendations specific to your pregnancy...


4-D radiotherapy is utilized to help treat any tumor that moves with a patient’s breathing, including lung and abdominal tumors. By taking scans of the tumor and tracking them, this technology allows the radiation oncologist to track any breathing-related movement that a tumor might have...


Ablation is a technique that uses a needle or probe to destroy cancerous cells with heat, cold or chemicals. The needle is inserted into the tumor through the skin and energy is used to kill the tumor without removing it...


Active surveillance is the process of observing and monitoring the growth of a cancer. A physician will schedule regular checkups to monitor the tumor for any signs of changes in behavior...


An angiogram, also called an arteriogram, is an X-ray image of the blood vessels. It shows blood flow to tumors and can help determine if a tumor can be removed...


Angiography is performed in the radiology department by an interventional radiologist who specializes in injecting arteries through a small catheter introduced into the artery with a special dye that may be seen on x-rays in real time...


An autopsy - or postmortem examination - is a medical procedure performed on a decedent by a pathologist (a pathologist is a licensed physician trained to identify and understand the anatomic and biochemical changes brought about by disease)...


A barium enema, also called a lower GI series, involves filling the large intestine with diluted barium liquid while X-ray images are being taken. Barium enemas are used to diagnose disorders of the large intestine and rectum...


A biopsy is a procedure done to remove tissue or cells from the body for examination under a microscope. Some biopsies can be done in a doctor's office while others need to be done in a hospital setting...