American Health Imaging of Decatur

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American Health Imaging Outpatient Medical Diagnostic Imaging in Decatur, Georgia

Welcome to American Health Imaging of Decatur in Decatur, GA

American Health Imaging (AHI) of Decatur is proud to be part of the AHI network, bringing high-quality medical imaging services to Decatur. We are conveniently located off N Decatur Rd. AHI Decatur offers MRI, Open MRI, CT, Ultrasound, and X-ray exams with same-day and next-day appointments and early morning, evening, and weekend hours so you can get your imaging service when it fits your busy schedule. AHI is in-network with 99% of major health insurance plans, providing a cost-effective option for your imaging needs. Connect with our caring staff to schedule your appointment today.

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Provides greater detail that helps physicians detect abnormalities in breast tissue.
Series of images helps doctors to find defects not only in bones, but in other joint structures such as tendons, ligaments, muscles and cartilage.
Cardiac Scoring measures hard plaque inside the arteries that can grow and restrict blood flow to the muscles of the heart identifying potential disease.
Uses specialized X-rays to create cross-sectional pictures, or slices, of structures inside the body.
Quantitative DTI delivers a novel brain scan for assessing the effects of traumatic brain injuries.
Electromagnetic waves produce white-on-black images that display issues with bones.
A safer, non-surgical alternative to liver biopsy, FibroScan is a painless imaging technique that measures the scarring, or fibrosis, caused by many liver diseases.
Produces detailed images of your insides using magnets and radio waves.
Used in conjunction with an MRI, this cutting-edge software provides clear, quantified measurements of the brain’s tissues.
Uses sound waves to create images of abdominal organs, muscles, or other soft tissues.
Provides greater detail that helps physicians detect abnormalities in breast tissue.
Series of images helps doctors to find defects not only in bones, but in other joint structures such as tendons, ligaments, muscles and cartilage.
Cardiac Scoring measures hard plaque inside the arteries that can grow and restrict blood flow to the muscles of the heart identifying potential disease.
Uses specialized X-rays to create cross-sectional pictures, or slices, of structures inside the body.
Quantitative DTI delivers a novel brain scan for assessing the effects of traumatic brain injuries.
Electromagnetic waves produce white-on-black images that display issues with bones.
A safer, non-surgical alternative to liver biopsy, FibroScan is a painless imaging technique that measures the scarring, or fibrosis, caused by many liver diseases.
Produces detailed images of your insides using magnets and radio waves.
Used in conjunction with an MRI, this cutting-edge software provides clear, quantified measurements of the brain’s tissues.
Uses sound waves to create images of abdominal organs, muscles, or other soft tissues.

Information & Technologies

An arthrogram visualizes the inside of a joint, such as the shoulder, knee, hip, or wrist. A contrast dye is injected into the joint to make the joint structures, including ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and the joint capsule, more visible on X-ray or MRI images.

CT imaging combines X-ray technology with computer processing to create detailed cross-sectional images, or slices, of the body part being examined. These images can be further reconstructed into 3D images for more detailed visualization.

Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is a special type of MRI technique that helps doctors see the pathways of nerve fibers in the brain. By looking at these images, doctors can better understand how the brain’s wiring works and diagnose conditions like brain injuries, tumors, or diseases that affect these connections.

Fluoroscopy uses injected contrast dye and an X-Ray machine to take a continuous series of X-rays instead of individual snapshots. It is most commonly used to evaluate parts of your body that are moving in order to create a short video of your body system in motion. It is particularly useful for observing the digestive, urinary, respiratory, and reproductive systems and their functioning.

Our MRI machines use a powerful magnetic field, radio waves, and a computer to generate detailed images of organs, tissues, bones, and other structures inside the body. With a larger bore or tunnel-like opening compared to traditional MRI machines, our wide-bore MRI provides high quality images without compromising patient comfort.

Ultrasound, also known as sonography, has a small handheld device called a transducer used to emit high-frequency sound waves into the body making it particularly useful for examining developing fetuses during pregnancy and for imaging soft tissues and organs.

The Upright MRI, also known as a stand-up MRI, is the only MRI scanner able to scan patients in any position, including sitting, standing, bending (for flexion and extension) or lying down. This unique MRI provides full weight bearing imaging. Patients may even be able to watch TV during their scan.

X-ray, also known as radiography, is a medical imaging technique that uses electromagnetic radiation to create images of the inside of the body. X-ray imaging is one of the most commonly used diagnostic procedures in medicine.

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