Mammography: Why Do I Need to Bring My Old Images to a New Clinic?

Jul 05, 2016

As a clinic that provides mammograms, we often have patients transfer to us for their annual screening mammograms or diagnostic mammograms for various reasons.  Before we can perform your first mammogram with our clinic, we need to acquire your previous studies from your previous clinics.  Yes, ALL YOUR PREVIOUS MAMMOGRAMS from ALL PREVIOUS CLINICS.  Here’s why… the […]

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Cat Scan (CT) | Corridor Radiology

Computed Tomography provides detailed views of your lungs, bones, soft tissues & blood vessels

The Cat Scan, also known as CT, is a painless, non-invasive and effective imaging method that provides detailed views of tissues found throughout the body and head – including the brain. Utilizing a short bore, advanced CT scanner, Corridor Radiology patients are assured pinpoint accuracy, an open platform, faster treatment and even faster results. We are committed to providing technological innovation along with professional expertise and our CT services are no exception.

Our CT procedures help our radiologists seek out abnormal masses, detect possible cancers that are not visible on standard X-rays, see changes in bone material, identify an aneurysm in a high-risk patient, even examine blood vessels throughout the body. CT is especially useful for obese patients whose body fat can interfere with other imaging methods. CT is an excellent alternative for patients with contraindications to MRI (i.e. those with pacemakers or other foreign metal objects within their body cavity). It is also a chosen tool for evaluating coronary artery disease.


  • Head/Brain
  • Maxillofacial (sinus)
  • Orbit
  • Soft tissue neck
  • Cervical spine
  • Lumbar spine
  • Abdomen
  • Abdomen & Pelvis
  • Pelvis (only)
  • Chest


  • Head/Neck (MRI contraindicated only)

Our radiologists are specialists in the field of CT and look forward to making your next procedure comforting, reassuring and professional.

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