UT Health Austin Imaging is a part of the whole-person focus you receive from our care teams. There is no need to make an appointment days or weeks away, or leave to get your imaging done at another location. If your provider orders an imaging study, in most cases, your imaging can be done as part of your scheduled appointment. By offering the services you need at the time of your appointment, this efficient, collaborative model of care helps to save you precious time.
Advanced Imaging Options
- CT (Computed Tomography) - diagnostic imaging test used to create detailed images of internal organs, bones, soft tissue and blood vessels
- PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography - Computed Tomography) - is a diagnostic imaging test that helps your doctor evaluate body changes at the cellular level. PET /CT may detect the early onset of disease before it can be detected on other imaging tests.
- MRI - Including functional MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - MRI produces detailed pictures of the body’s internal organs, muscles or bones that are clearer and more detailed enabling your doctor to identify or see the characteristics of disease.Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measures the small changes in blood flow in the brain. It can measure damage from a stroke and can detect abnormalities that other imaging may not see.
- Upper Body - Elbow, Fingers, Forearm, Hands, Humerus, Shoulders, Wrists
- Lower Body - Ankle, Femur, Foot, Hip, Knee, Pelvis, Toes
- Fluoroscopy Studies
- Barium enema, Barium Swallows, IVP, Modified Barium Swallows, Upper Gastrointestinal Series
- Other Diagnostic X-ray Studies - Abdomen/Pelvis, Bone Age and Length, Chest x-ray, Ribs, Scoliosis, Spine (Cervical, Lumbar sacral, Thoracic)
Additional Diagnostic Studies
- Bone Densitometry - Bone Density and Body Composition
- Ultrasound - Abdomen/Upper Pelvis/Lower, Extremities, Transvaginal Ultrasound, Vascular Studies (Arterial, Carotid, Venous Doppler)
- Women’s Health - Screening 3D Mammography and Bone Density