Radiology & Imaging
Advanced imaging aids diagnosis and treatment
Modern imaging gives doctors ways to see inside the body for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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Doctors rely on radiology and imaging—and on the radiologists who read these images—for diagnosis of many conditions. Indiana University Health Radiology & Imaging uses several types of imaging to help diagnose and treat various conditions accurately. Some imaging technologies, such as computed tomography (CT) scans and positron emission tomography (PET) scans use radiation to make pictures of the inside of your body. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound are examples of imaging that does not use radiation.
Our radiologists also perform treatment procedures using imaging technology. This is a special discipline called interventional radiology. Our interventional radiologists perform delicate procedures inside your body using imaging equipment to guide instruments very accurately.
Services we provide include:
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We’re building the future
IU Health Radiology & Imaging offers residencies and fellowships to train the next generation of radiologists. Our partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine puts us on the forefront of research to create newer, more accurate imaging technologies to aid diagnosis and treatment of many kinds of disorders.
Learn more about radiology and imaging procedures
These resources can help you understand the many kinds of imaging procedures.
Radiologyinfo.org: Created for patients by the Radiology Society of North America and the American College of Radiology, Radiologyinfo.org offers detailed information about an extensive number of procedures.