At Arizona Diagnostic Radiology, we provide advanced imaging modalities, innovative technologies, cutting-edge equipment and trailblazing research.
We believe that only precision imaging will improve disease prevention through screening and diagnosis of disease. Most importantly, having the most accurate information allows patients to make the most informed decisions about their healthcare.
In addition to women’s imaging, Arizona Diagnostic Radiology offers specialized imaging services in neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, and diagnostic radiology, to name a few.
These services are available in many of our locations around the East Valley, Phoenix and Casa Grande. We offer online scheduling and our PACS system allows referring physicians to view images of their patients’ exams online.
An incision-free solution for prostate disease, the TULSA Procedure system combines real-time Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) with robotically-driven directional thermal ultrasound and closed-loop temperature feedback control software...Read More
Each person has a unique set of circumstances that can impact breast health. High Risk Program can provide a personal plan of action to optimize early detection and risk reduction of cancer.Read More
Low-dose CT lung cancer screening (LDCT) is a painless scan that uses low doses of radiation while taking detailed images of the lungs to evaluate the presence of lung cancer.Read More
MRI is a method of obtaining detailed pictures of internal body structures with the use of magnetic field and radio frequency pulses. MRI detects abnormalities with accuracy...Read More
Computed Tomography (“CT” or “CAT” scan) can look inside your body by creating multiple cross-sectional images. Imagine a loaf of bread and examining each “slice” separately...Read More
X-ray exams include a wide range of diagnostic procedures used to observe a specific area of the body. X-ray technology today is often referred as to general radiography. X-ray beams...Read More
Ultrasound imaging (also called “sonography”) uses high-frequency sound waves to create visual images of the internal body structures. As the sound waves pass through the body...Read More
Osteoporosis is a condition which gradually weakens bones, causing them to become brittle and prone to fractures. It is estimated that more than 10 million Americans suffer...Read More
Nuclear Medicine is a diagnostic tool in which images are created using a special camera that images organs and tissues in the body, after administration of a radioactive ...Read More
PET is an emerging trend in diagnostic imaging that allows physicians to make more accurate evaluations of various cancers and determine the most beneficial course of ...Read More
Interventional radiology uses minimally invasive techniques – needles instead of scalpels – to evaluate and treat a variety of diseases in the body. We perform Stereotactic...Read More
The Breast MRI has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since 1991 for use as a supplemental tool, in addition to mammography, to help diagnose breast...Read More
Prostate MRI is one of the most advanced techniques available to evidence-based science to screen and stage prostate cancer.Read More
A simple procedure that uses X-rays to take pictures of breast tissue, mammography allows radiologists to see cancers while they are still small. Learn more about this service by following this link.Read More
`Virtual Colonoscopy is a minimally invasive tool that offers effective screening for colon cancer. While virtual colonoscopy provides the same sensitivity and specificity as conventional...`Read More