Imaging & Radiology
Find the best imaging and radiology services at Grand River Medical Group in Dubuque, Iowa. We offer a variety of imaging services. Our ongoing partnership with Mercy Radiologist Group provides experts in radiology care. Our Imaging & Radiology Department is in the lower level of the Multi-Specialty Clinic. We see patients of all ages at this facility offering CT, DEXA, Mammography, Ultrasound and X-ray.
Preparing for your appointment
You will check-in at the receptionist desk in the lower level of the Multi-Specialty Clinic. The receptionist will verify your personal information including your name, date of birth, and insurance information. They will also verify the imaging and radiology service that you are there for and give you any special instructions prior to the radiology technologist taking you back for your exam.
Radiology services help your doctor with diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Understanding what is going on inside your body is important and imaging services provide that information. Some imaging services use radiation others sound waves. Our clinic understands the importance of low radiation exposure. We use the latest technology creating digital images which reduces the radiation exposure levels.
A CT or CAT scan is a detailed x-ray to help your doctor understand what is going on inside your body. CT scan uses x-ray equipment with computer to generate images of your organs, bones, soft tissues and blood vessels. Learn more about CT scan.
DEXA (Bone Density)
A DEXA (Dual-energy X-Ray Absorptiometry) helps to understand the strength of your bones. Learn more about DEXA.
A mammography is an x-ray of your breasts. A regular screening is recommended for women starting at the age of 40. Learn more about mammography.
Our cardiology/vascular ultrasound department uses the combination of ultrasound and other testing to better understand your heart and vascular health. Since an ultrasound uses sound waves there is no radiation exposure. Learn more about our cardiology/vascular services.
An ultrasound uses sound waves to form images of your internal organs to detect internal damage or diseases. Since an ultrasound uses sound waves there is no radiation exposure. Learn more about ultrasound.
An x-ray helps your doctor understand what is going on inside your body. Learn more about x-ray services.
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