Body

fig1.pngThe Body Imaging Division at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is dedicated to the imaging diagnosis of diseases related to the Chest, Abdomen and Pelvis. We use state of the art computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), fluoroscopy and plain radiographs in our practice. All the Radiologists within the Body Division are fellowship trained in body imaging. In addition, several members of the division have additional training and expertise in subspecialty fields such as Cardiac, Prostate, Virtual Colonography, etc. In addition to routine body imaging: areas of service include lung cancer screening, prostate cancer imaging, high risk pancreatic imaging, chest and cardiovascular studies, transplant and high-risk liver imaging. We work closely with all medical specialties at the University and are involved in numerous multidisciplinary conferences and research projects.

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