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Advanced Cardiac Imaging

Diagnostic tools to diagnose and monitor your heart condition

Our patients have access to the most sophisticated noninvasive and minimally invasive diagnostic tools available to detect and manage heart disease and other cardiac conditions. Board-certified cardiologists work with board-certified radiologists to provide the most accurate and timely diagnosis using the most advanced imaging technologies available. 

Noninvasive diagnostic techniques provide our cardiovascular experts with excellent views of the cardiovascular system prior to performing a complex cardiac surgery, which allows our experts to identify the best treatment option for you.

Expert Pediatric Cardiac Imaging

We specialize in advanced, comprehensive imaging for infants and children. Our pediatric cardiologists and pediatric radiologists combine their expertise in complex imaging technology and complex cardiac anatomy to perform highly specialized diagnostic studies for the smallest and youngest premature infants to older children and adolescents.

Advanced Cardiac Imaging Options Close To Home

The innovative tools and advanced imaging technologies we use to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease enable us to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease at earlier stages. These advanced imaging technologies include: 

Cardiac Calcium Scoring: This Computed Tomography scan helps detect calcium-containing plaque in your arteries, which can cause a heart attack.

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): This specialized MRI produces detailed images of the beating heart and vascular system.

Cardiac Stress Test: This exercise helps determine whether the heart muscle is getting enough blood and oxygen during physical activity.

This painless diagnostic method uses dye to capture images of the heart that help your cardiologist and radiologist identify coronary artery disease or other abnormalities of the heart and vascular system.

This specialized MRI produces detailed images of the beating heart and vascular system.
Echocardiogram (ECG): This test uses sound waves to produce images of your heart.
This noninvasive test records the electrical activity of the heart.

This technology allows two imaging methods, such as echocardiography and fluoroscopy, to produce a more accurate representation of the heart and valves.

This test uses CT images to detect problems with blood flow.

This portable electrocardiogram ECG records your heart’s electrical activity over 24 hours or longer while you are away from the doctor's office.

Radioactive materials create advanced imaging capabilities that can identify changes in the heart’s function.

One of the most advanced nuclear medicine imaging technologies available, this special camera combines images from two different types of scans to provide extraordinary accuracy about how different parts of the body are working.

This diagnostic test uses ultrasound technology to reveal the walls, chambers, valves and blood flow within your heart. (Both 2D and 3D imaging)

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