Body imaging refers to the use of imaging equipment to diagnose and treat disease and injury in the body’s organs, soft tissues, and connective tissues.
X-ray (or radiography) is a type of diagnostic imaging that uses electromagnetic radiation (light) to produce images of the area under evaluation.
Mammography, breast imaging (breast MRIs and ultrasounds), 3-D tomosynthesis, and OB ultrasounds.
Nuclear medicine is a subspecialty within radiology that uses a radioscope for diagnostic examinations.
A PET, or Positron Emission Tomography, scan is a diagnostic scanning method that uses radionuclide combined with glucose.
by SavySupport | Jul 2, 2020