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Radiology

IU Health Radiology

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At IU Health West, you’ll find advanced imaging technologies to diagnose and treat conditions, all in one easy location.

Outpatient diagnostic imaging services, including CT, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray, are available 24/7 for your convenience.

We utilize the most sophisticated, all-digital imaging and diagnostic technology, using the lowest possible dose of radiation for the most accurate results. Digital imaging provides the clearest, most detailed picture to help your physician make a diagnosis.

Board certified radiologists provide you with the highest level of service and expertise, all in a comfortable, patient-friendly setting.

When appropriate, we can seek additional support and consultation on particular types of images from IU Health and Indiana University School of Medicine colleagues. This service is available to you without a second trip for more imaging, and at no additional cost.

Experience & Accuracy

We utilize the most sophisticated, all-digital imaging and diagnostic technology, using the lowest possible dose of radiation for the most accurate results. Digital imaging provides the clearest, most detailed picture to help your physician make a diagnosis.

Board certified radiologists provide you with the highest level of service and expertise, all in a comfortable, patient-friendly setting.

When appropriate, we can seek additional support and consultation on particular types of images from IU Health and Indiana University School of Medicine colleagues. This service is available to you without a second trip for more imaging, and at no additional cost.

Mammography

A diagnostic and screening tool that uses low energy X-rays to examine the breasts for abnormalities.

3D mammography with Tomosynthesis

This type of mammogram combines hundreds of images to make a 3D model of the breast, providing a clearer picture, especially when tissue is dense.

Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI)

This test uses magnetism, radio waves and computer imaging to produce a clear picture of body structures.

Nuclear medicine

This type of imaging test uses radioactive material to show activity in your body, such as blood flow. The radioactive material highlights particular areas for your physician to view.

Ultrasound

This type of imaging uses high frequency sound waves to create images of organs and structures inside your body.

Computed tomography (CT)

A CT scan uses special X-ray equipment to create a series of detailed images of the inside of your body.

Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy uses an X-ray beam to create a continuous image (similar to a movie) of an area inside your body.

Imaging Services

Mammography

A diagnostic and screening tool that uses low energy X-rays to examine the breasts for abnormalities.

3D mammography with Tomosynthesis

This type of mammogram combines hundreds of images to make a 3D model of the breast, providing a clearer picture, especially when tissue is dense.

Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI)

This test uses magnetism, radio waves and computer imaging to produce a clear picture of body structures.

Nuclear medicine

This type of imaging test uses radioactive material to show activity in your body, such as blood flow. The radioactive material highlights particular areas for your physician to view.

Ultrasound

This type of imaging uses high frequency sound waves to create images of organs and structures inside your body.

Computed tomography (CT)

A CT scan uses special X-ray equipment to create a series of detailed images of the inside of your body.

Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy uses an X-ray beam to create a continuous image (similar to a movie) of an area inside your body.

The cardiac catheterization lab at IU Health West offers cardiac diagnostic testing services including:

  • Diagnostic and interventional cardiology services, including stent placement and angioplasty
  • Peripheral vascular treatment for blocked arteries in the extremities, away from the heart
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line insertion and maintenance.

Your physician will schedule your appointment in the cardiac catheterization lab.

Make an Appointment

Schedule an imaging exam and get pre-registered by calling 317.217.3272.

In most cases, you can be preregistered over the phone for your visit. On the day of your imaging exam, if you are pre-registered, come directly to the department in hospital’s main first floor hallway to check-in.

If you arrive after 6pm, or if you have not been preregistered, simply stop by the registration desk that also serves the Emergency Department to check-in. You will then be directed to radiology for your exam.

Cardiac Diagnostic Testing

The cardiac catheterization lab at IU Health West offers cardiac diagnostic testing services including:

  • Diagnostic and interventional cardiology services, including stent placement and angioplasty
  • Peripheral vascular treatment for blocked arteries in the extremities, away from the heart
  • Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line insertion and maintenance.

Your physician will schedule your appointment in the cardiac catheterization lab.

Make an Appointment

Schedule an imaging exam and get pre-registered by calling 317.217.3272.

In most cases, you can be preregistered over the phone for your visit. On the day of your imaging exam, if you are pre-registered, come directly to the department in hospital’s main first floor hallway to check-in.

If you arrive after 6pm, or if you have not been preregistered, simply stop by the registration desk that also serves the Emergency Department to check-in. You will then be directed to radiology for your exam.