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Imaging (Radiology)

Clear, detailed imaging that helps doctors make the most accurate diagnosis possible, quickly and close to home

Outpatient Imaging Experts

Our experienced imaging team provides convenient procedures at outpatient locations across Lee County so your physician can put an effective treatment plan into action. Visit one of our professional, friendly imaging facilities for services of every kind, including open MRIs, digital imaging, interventional radiology, ultrasounds, and more.

We are dedicated to explaining your procedure, answering questions, and making follow-up appointments as easy as possible.

Our Services 

Lee Health provides comprehensive diagnostics, treatments, and radiology services for a variety of conditions. We invite you to learn more about what we do and how we do it, so we can help you feel better today. 

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A Closer Look

It gives health experts a closer look. Whether it’s chronic pain, an injury, or a new lump, these types of imaging machines can help doctors determine the cause. “An x-ray would be your first primary line of attack. Then after that, if the pain persists, they will go through MRI imaging which is more definitive and looks at more tissue related, soft tissue, cartilage, ligaments, bone in several different ways,” said Peter Kouba, an MRI technologist with Lee Health. Each machine offers different levels of imaging. “A CT is much quicker for the acute setting, and it’s usually the front line scan for aches and pains of the brain, chest, abdomen, and pelvis. But for orthopedic work, sports injuries, and neurological problems, MRI is the gold standard,” said Kouba. Depending on the patient’s symptoms, doctors may recommend multiple lines of imaging. “They all have their little special niche. In an ultrasound if we scan somebody and we see something, then go ‘yeah I think it’s this but let’s get an MRI to compare it to,’” he said. Whereas a CT, ultrasound, and x-ray take just a few minutes, an MRI can take between 20 and 40 minutes. “MRI uses magnets. We get a different look at the tissues and organs, and by that, doctors can characterize what the injury is, or the pathology is by the appearance of the image,” said Kouba. Imaging like a CT and ultrasound are usually used when the physician is searching for something, whereas an MRI gives a much closer look at the soft tissue or injury to help doctors determine the next step of treatment. The type of imaging used can help health experts determine the problem and the best way to treat it.

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