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West Chester Hospital’s Imaging Department features only the most advanced diagnostic imaging equipment because we understand that quality and clarity are vitally important to providing the most accurate test results for our patients and their physicians.
We offer the latest medical technology, timely appointments, convenience, and highly trained experts who are committed to exemplary patient service.
Our services include:
Our women’s imaging center offers services including digital mammography (screening and diagnostic), DEXA scanning, and ultrasound.
Read more about our Women’s Services or call 513-298-8900.
West Chester Hospital offers the newest technology in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The state-of-the-art Vantage
Titan™ MRI improves diagnostic capabilities and provides a more comfortable experience for patients. The “ultra short-bore” closed MRI features a redesigned magnet – the large ring in which a patient lies for the scan –
with a wider opening and a shorter ring that doesn’t completely enclose the patient. This makes testing more manageable for claustrophobic and larger-size patients while providing sharper images than an open MRI. We offer vascular, brain, neurological,
musculoskeletal, spine, pancreatic, breast, cardiac, non-contrast runoffs, and dynamic renal and liver studies through our MRI department. Read More about MRI.
Positive Emission Tomography (PET) Scan is
a non-invasive, high-resolution scanning technology that combines metabolic and anatomic imaging. Utilizing PET/CT ensures diagnostic accuracy, and greater clarity when reviewing abnormal tissue. Why choose PET/CT at West Chester Hospital?
PET /CT detects more sites of metastasis than other modalities.
We offer two Toshiba Aquillion™ 64-slice computerized tomography (CT)
scanners, which use high-resolution computer images to examine the abdomen, chest, head, pelvis, spine, and other areas of the body. Our CT team can also perform complex tests such as:
West Chester Hospital offers laparoscopic cryoablation, a minimally invasive surgical procedure that freezes and destroys small kidney tumors. For some patients, it may offer an alternative to open surgery or partial removal of the kidneys. Traditional
surgery for tumor removal requires a 10- to 12-inch incision, but laparoscopic cryoablation requires only three to four button-hole-sized incisions. Guided by CT monitoring, a surgeon uses very thin surgical instruments to remove the tumor by
freezing it with the tip of a probe.
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