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Welcome to Dunwoody Imaging, the only true outpatient MRI facility in Dunwoody! This website is part of our effort to be informative and accessible for both patients and physicians.
Diagnostic imaging is a highly sophisticated tool to help physicians determine the best course of treatment for their patients. To deliver maximum value for our imaging services, Dunwoody Imaging takes pride in performing two jobs exceptionally well:
- We make the imaging experience comfortable, pleasant, safe and efficient for patients.
- We provide superior service, quality and support for our patients referring physicians.
We want patients to leave Dunwoody Imaging with the confidence that their care was top-notch. That’s why we guarantee our performance to all patients and to their physicians. Please feel free to fill out our patient survey card and let us know about your experience at our center.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses a magnetic field and radio waves (no radiation) to create an image of many parts of the body, especially the brain, spine, and joints.
Our Dunwoody MRI utilizes the Siemens Harmony 1T MRI scanner, which represents sophisticated diagnostic software upgrades. These software upgrades will allow us to perform any exam for your physician ranging from neuro, musculoskeletal, and abdominal imaging to advanced cardiac (heart) studies and contrast-enhanced angiography.
Our MRI will make you feel at ease with its spacious design. In fact, our Dunwoody MRI is wide enough to accept patients who weigh up to 450 pounds. To add further comfort, you may have a family member or friend sit in the room with you.
A typical exam will last between 30 and 60 minutes and requires no special preparation. You should eat normally and follow the normal dosage of your prescribed medications unless your doctor gives instructions to do otherwise. For more information about your MRI procedure, see the Exam Preparation, What to Expect, and Frequently Asked Questions pages.
Computed Tomography (CT), widely known as a CAT scan, is medically referred to as simply CT. In its early days of development and use, it was called Computerized Axial Tomography, hence the term CAT. At Dunwoody Imaging, we have the GE FXI CT Single Slice Scanner.
CT is generally a relatively quick procedure that uses x-ray beams to create computer-generated image of soft tissue structures, such as tumors and internal organs, and air cavities (sinuses, lungs). It also has advantages in skeletal and neurological imaging. Its radiation doses to the human body are considered minimal due to the speed in which the x-ray is delivered.
The procedure requires you to lie in a horizontal position, either on your back or stomach, and remain comfortably still. A flat, moving table goes through the center of a donut-shaped x-ray machine. X-ray beams from a number of positions are aimed at the area being studied. A special detector measures the amount of absorbed radiation. This data is transformed by a computer into a digital image.
Ultrasound (US) is also provided.
Dunwoody Imaging utilizes the GE Vivid Ultrasound Scanner.
For more information about your Ultrasound procedure, see the Frequently Asked Questions pages.
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