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Radiology Services Houston, TX

Summertime is a Blast: Make it Safe

The Fourth of July is one of the busiest holidays of the year, with millions of people gathering to watch fireworks displays. In fact, Independence Day may be only the beginning of summertime sparkles. Because statistics indicate that thousands of injuries occur each year as a result of celebrating with fireworks, it is essential to… Read More »



X-Ray Houston, TX

Why a Chest X-Ray May be Ordered

The x-ray is one of the most common imaging methods performed in hospitals and imaging centers like ours. It is widely understood that this type of radiology enables doctors to observe hard tissue like bones. Additionally, there is value in x-ray imaging for the chest cavity. Here, we discuss a few of the reasons why… Read More »



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Coronary Angiogram: What and Why

Radiologic imaging has become a vital aspect of health care as technologies have continued to evolve. Today, we can observe much more than ever before, including hard and soft tissues throughout the body. One modality that facilitates non-invasive observation is computerized tomography, or CT. Advanced forms of computerized tomography even allow doctors to get up-close… Read More »


MRI Houston, TX

Concussions and MRIs

Concussions are relatively common types of injuries. They occur on the courts of high-schools and colleges, and they occur just about every Sunday during football season. A concussion occurs when there is some type of force to the head, such as hitting the ground during a tackle. Generally, concussions are likened to a bruise on… Read More »


CT Scan Houston, TX

Reasons for CT Scan Imaging

A CT scan is an imaging procedure that uses computerized tomography. This diagnostic imaging screen is a type of x-ray that generates images of internal structures that are more detailed than standard radiographs. A routine x-ray is two-dimensional, which is appropriate for the basic observation of bony structures but not necessarily for more complex forms.… Read More »


MRI Houston, TX

Three Methods of Screening for Stroke Risk

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 800,000 Americans experience some stroke each year. A large majority of incidents are first-time patients. Furthermore, approximately 130,000 deaths each year, and even more disabilities are attributed to stroke. Most strokes that occur relate to a narrowing or blockage in blood vessels either… Read More »


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Evaluating Chronic Venous Insufficiency

We routinely thank the heart for the work it does pumping blood into organs and tissues. What we don’t often consider is how blood vessels help the heart in its vital functions. After the onset of the circulatory cycle, the phase in which blood travels from the heart to the lower extremities, there is a… Read More »


MRI Houston, TX

Pediatric MRI: Let’s Talk about Safety

One of the aspects of being a parent is that we naturally want to shield our children from risks, whether they may be necessary or not. An example of what may feel like a necessary risk is a necessity for pediatric MRI, PET scan, CT, or even X-rays. If your child’s pediatrician has suggested any… Read More »


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