Specialty Imaging

In addition to routine exams, the St. Luke’s Campus has special coils for Breast Imaging and TMJ. In addition, both St. Luke's and St. Elizabeth's have special coils to perform MRA "runoff" scans of the arteries in the legs. The St. Elizabeth’s Campus has added software capabilities that allow for cardiac imaging.  Several of our scanners have the capabilities to perform MRI Arthrograms of the extremities which help to better delineate joint space structures.

Breast MRI, which is offered at our St. Luke’s Campus, is used to screen high risk women for breast cancer or determining the staging of breast cancer. CMI has radiologists, with advanced level training in breast imaging, who read all of our patients’ breast MRIs.

CMI performs a variety of scans including neurological, vascular, and musculoskeletal exams. We offer the technology and a level of professional services that is usually found in larger cities and university settings.

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MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiogram) of the neck
Including the carotid and vertebral arteries.
Useful for the evaluating stenosis (blockage) of the arteries of the neck.
MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiogram) "Runoff"
Including the abdominal aorta, Iliac, and femoral arteries.
Useful for the evaluating stenosis (blockage) or aneurysms in the arteries.