Diagnostic Imaging | Breast, Brain & Spine Care
About Our Diagnostic Imaging Care Services
Comprehensive Technology and Convenient Service Delivered by Expert Hands.
The comprehensive range of imaging services offered to area residents in Bayshore's Diagnostic Imaging Department is essential for physicians in accurately diagnosing illnesses and medical conditions.
Operating in the state-of-the-art Ganz Imaging Pavilion, the Diagnostic Imaging team is directed by highly accomplished, board-certified radiologists, who work in close partnership with the staff of experienced registered nurses and licensed radiology technologists to provide both therapeutic and diagnostic services.
Breadth of Services
Proud of its prompt imaging and interpretation services, the medical practitioners in Diagnostic Imaging provide 24-hour report turnaround from the time a procedure is performed until the report is delivered to the patient's physician. Test services include:
- PET/CT Scan – This test produces three-dimensional images showing detail of both the function and structure of tissues and organs in the body, using a small amount of radioactive material administered to the patient. It provides both metabolic and anatomic information, and highlights abnormal activity.
- MRI – Using a powerful magnetic field, this test generates multiple layers of precision images that show the existence of injury, disease or atypical conditions. MRI is used to examine the brain, spine, joints, abdomen, pelvis, breast and other body parts.
- CT Scan – Three-dimensional digital images, compiled from multiple cross-sections, are generated to precisely show internal bone and soft tissues, including organs, muscles and tumors.
- MR Angiography (MRA) and CT Angiography (CTA) – Using MRI and CT technology, these tests provide images of the blood vessels to detect occlusions, aneurysms, or stenosis.
- Ultrasound/Sonography – Using high-frequency sound waves, dynamic images of tissues, organs and blood movement are generated non-invasively and without the use of radiation.
- Breast Imaging: Digital Mammography, Ultrasound and MRI – All three non-invasive diagnostic tests provide varying levels of detailed images aimed at detecting breast cancer in its early stages.
- Interventional Radiology – Minimally-invasive procedures are performed by specially trained radiologists using imaging guidance to treat conditions percutaneously, reducing patient recovery time.
- General Radiology – In addition to routine X-rays, this area includes GI series, barium enema, intravenous pyelogram, arthrogram, cystogram, esophagram, myelogram, hysterosalpinogram, modified barium swallow test, and more.
Why Choose Bayshore?
- Fellowship-trained, board-certified radiologists hailing from top-level medical programs
- Advanced screening, diagnostic, and treatment technologies
- One-stop convenience for all radiology needs; walk-in service for routine tests
- Nurses and technologists with advanced radiology certifications
- Easy access and convenient parking
- Separate entrance and minimal wait-time
- In-person and phone appointment scheduling done with on-site personnel
- Continuum of care if further treatment is recommended
What is PACS?
The Picture Archiving Computer System (PACS) is a digital imaging delivery technology that enables physicians to view test results remotely from their office or another Meridian facility. This provides speed, accuracy and early detection of disease and trauma.
- Bayshore Community Hospital
727 North Beers Street, Holmdel, NJ 07733
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