WAKE RADIOLOGY UNC REX HEALTH
Wake Radiology’s body imaging specialists utilize sophisticated imaging equipment and powerful computer systems, once available only at large health centers, to identify disease processes at an earlier stage.
Our comprehensive services offered in convenient outpatient centers include traditional X-ray and real-time fluoroscopy, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography (PET·CT). Our body imaging radiologists work closely with your physician or specialist to provide prompt reliable results. Our ability to view the body’s internal structures and system functions has enabled our radiologists to detect and diagnose disease and illness earlier, in a non-invasive manner, leading to treatment and intervention with more successful outcomes.
Sub-specialized in Body Imaging
Our subspecialists in body imaging provide an unusually extensive depth of expertise that ranges from conventional techniques to advanced imaging protocols. Our computed tomography (CT) program employs stringent dose reduction guidelines for adult and pediatric CT exams and Wake Radiology proudly participates in the Image Gently initiative sponsored by the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. Wake Radiology conducts one of the largest body MRI programs in the region and our depth of expertise is well known.
Triangle Outpatient Body Imaging Offices
With multiple outpatient imaging centers, appointments are often available within hours or days of scheduling, and your physician will have our results quickly. Our responsiveness and communication allow physicians to remain the focal point of care. Combined with continuity of imaging over time and across imaging modalities, these are hallmarks of a high standard of care.
Registered Ultrasound Specialists
Wake Radiology’s ultrasound section is staffed by highly qualified ultrasonographers with over 325 combined years experience. All of our ultrasonographers are registered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) in at least one of these areas of specialty; abdominal, OBG-GYN, breast, and vascular sonography. Ultrasound is used to diagnose disease and aid in guiding interventional procedures like breast and thyroid biopsies.