MRIs are non-invasive imaging scans that use magnets, and radio waves to produce detailed images of your body.
CT scans stack multi-slice X-ray images to create detailed 3D images of the inside of your body.
Ultrasounds visualize your body's organs, tissues, vessels, and structures using sound waves.
X-ray scans are medical imaging tools that apply electromagnetic waves to create pictures of your internal structures.
Nuclear scans are safe imaging techniques that use radioactive tracers to form images of the inside of your body.
Mammograms use low-dose X-rays to detect breast diseases and abnormalities.
PET scans use radioactive material, cameras, and computers to evaluate the health of your organs and tissues.