Imaging Center is a completely digital imaging facility offering
MRI (ACR Accredited), CT (ACR Accredited), PET/CT,
Nuclear Medicine (ACR Accredited), 64 slice PET/CT,
(capable of coronary CT Angiography and RB cardiac PET studies),
and MRI Arthrograms services
with state-of-the-art imaging equipment for the central Orange
County area. The facility is located in the City of Orange,
close to the 5, 22, 55 and 57 Freeways. Our physician team
includes Board-Certified radiologists with sub-specialty
expertise in MRI, Nuclear Medicine and cross-sectional imaging.
We offer free parking and accept most insurance plans, including
workers' compensation, personal injury liens, Medicare, Medical
Orange Advanced Imaging Center.
Trusted by more doctors. Preferred by more patients.
Positron Emission Tomography,
PET imaging or a PET scan, is a type of nuclear medicine
Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small
amounts of radioactive material to diagnose or treat a variety
of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease and
certain other abnormalities within the body.
Computed Tomography (CT or CAT) Scans provides higher
resolution images than conventional X-rays, but generally not as
well-defined as those produced by MRI. CT uses a computer to
direct the movement of an X-ray tube to produce multiple
cross-sectional images of a particular organ or area of the
body. CT is used to detect tumors and other conditions affecting
bones and internal organs. It is also used to detect the
occurrence of strokes, hemorrhages and infections.
News from Orange
Orange Advanced Imaging Center were
represented at the Society of Breast
Imaging's 11th Postgraduate Course in
Orange Advanced Imaging Offers New Alzheimer’s Disease Imaging Technique
How Orange County Advanced Imaging Minimizes Your Exposure to CT Radiation: An Important Message to Our Patients
Combo PET-CT Scans Can Spot Hidden Cancers.
(from Health Day)
Scan Could Be Valuable Noninvasive
Tool For Determining Stages Of Ovarian
Cancer. (from Medical News
PET-CT Finds More Cancers than Standard Neurologic Screens.
(from MedPage Today)