The Abington

As a large, diverse, multi-specialty practice comprised mainly of sub-specialty, fellowship trained radiologists, we offer a comprehensive suite of diagnostic imaging, women’s imaging, and interventional radiology procedures.

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Diagnostic imaging is used by radiologists to examine a patient’s internal organs and structures to determine the existence of a medical condition. These exams utilize a variety of imaging technologies that can use x-rays, magnetic fields, and ultrasound together with computers to produce images from which a diagnosis can be made.

The type of imaging procedure or technology used depends upon a patient’s symptoms and the part of the body being examined.

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Women’s Imaging

Your Jefferson Health Abington radiologists are committed to the fight against breast cancer and offer a broad range of diagnostic and interventional women’s imaging procedures using state-of-the art techniques and equipment. Jefferson Health Abington radiologists have expertise in the full range of women’s diagnostic needs which includes breast imaging, pelvic and reproductive organs, gynecologic cancers, the fetus, and diagnosing osteoporosis. In your time of need, we are here to help.

We have one of the largest volumes for breast imaging procedures in the Delaware Valley. Our teams of highly competent professionals including technologists, nurses, clerical staff and physicians are dedicated to providing excellent, comprehensive, compassionate care to all.

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology utilizes diagnostic imaging procedures and combines them with a variety of techniques to treat tumors, blockages, bleeding, pain and other conditions. In these minimally invasive procedures, radiologists deliver therapeutic medication by injections or catheters using diagnostic imaging procedures to guide their placement. Interventional imaging offers an alternative for surgery for certain conditions, usually eliminating the need for hospitalization. CT scanning is a technology that is commonly used in interventional imaging.

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