Adds Oupatient Nuclear Medicine Capabilities
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Doctors in Northern Arizona now have a powerful new tool to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide variety of diseases. Northern Arizona Radiology is the newest facility in the Flagstaff area to use a state-of-the-art molecular camera to capture high quality medical images.
The Siemens e.cam gamma camera scans as close to the patient as possible to produce images of exceptional quality and detail. Patients can be imaged on an outpatient basis and do not have to be admitted to the hospital.
Northern Arizona Radiology has enhanced its radiology and vascular care capabilities with the acquisition of a new, high-tech ultrasound system from GE Healthcare. Among the most impressive features of the LOGIQ E9 system is volume Navigation Needle Tracking.
Volume Navigation gives our radiologists the ability to combine information from previous CT, PET or MRI studies with new ultrasound images, enabling improved ultrasonography diagnosis and therapy guidance. Combined with GPS-like tracking technology that senses the motion of the physician’s hand, the radiologist is able to track and mark a patient’s anatomy during ultrasound exams.