Body Imaging — Radiologists specializing in Body Imaging use multiple modalities including CT, MRI, Ultrasound and X-ray to diagnose abnormalities or issues in the lungs, liver, stomach, spine, pelvis, kidneys, colon, pancreas, and all portions of the abdomen.

Musculoskeletal — Radiologists specializing in Musculoskeletal Imaging generally use MRI but may also use other imaging modalities to view the body's major joints, spine, soft tissue and bones of the extremities. These sub-specialists are highly trained at diagnosing degenerative joint disorders, tears, fractures, spine or joint abnormalities and sports-related injuries.

Neuroradiology — Radiologists specializing in Neuroradiology focus on the diagnosis of abnormalities of the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, head and neck. Generally through the use of MRI and CT scans, neuroradiologists diagnose stroke, tumor, genetic conditions, aneurysms, Alzheimer's disease, and many other causes of neurological dysfunction.

Women's Imaging — Radiologists specializing in Women's Imaging focus on issues primarily concerned with the breasts and female organs. Through the use of Mammography, Breast Ultrasound, Breast MRI, Bone Densitometry and other modalities and procedures, radiologists are able to diagnose and treat issues specific to women.

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