Imaging & Radiology Services | Lyndhurst, NJ
Patient-Centered Imaging Services and Expert Subspecialized Radiologists
Our Lyndhurst office has some of NJ’s top imaging technology and expert radiologists interpreting your studies. We offer state-of-the-art equipment and the very latest procedures. You’ll be seen by highly skilled doctors and technologists who offer prompt, professional and friendly service. Additionally, our office offers extended hours with the choice of day, night and weekend hours to fit your schedule.
736 Page Avenue,
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Our full range of imaging services includes:
When a nodule is present in the breast that cannot be characterized as benign by any imaging modality, it may have to be biopsied because of cancer suspicion. Breast biopsies are very common and needle guidance to the lesion is preferably performed with ultrasound assistance. Rarely, the lesion is visible only on MRI. This modality is used for biopsy guidance.
CT or CAT Scan (Computer Tomography)
A CT or CAT scan uses a computer and a special type of X-ray to measure bones and organs. The image shows what objects look like “sliced,” but without any cutting. Our scanners get the best image quality at a faster speed and with a smaller amount of radiation.
DEXA Scan (Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry Scan)
A DEXA scan uses X-rays to create an image of a bone. It’s the most common way to measure bone strength.
Fluoroscopy uses video to see parts of the body as they move in real time. This lets doctors watch a heart as it pumps or see how someone swallows, for example.
Mammography (Breast X-ray)
Mammography is used to screen for breast cancer. It uses X-rays to take digital images of the breast. Some locations offer 3D mammography so breast tissue can be seen one layer at a time. This makes it easier to spot problems.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
MRI uses magnets and radio waves to get pictures of the head, spine, joints and other parts of the body. We offer both closed and open MRI scans. Open MRI can get high-quality images without the feeling of being in a closed tube.
An ultrasound uses sound waves to form pictures of the inside of the body.
The X-ray is the oldest type of medical imaging. It’s still used most often today. X-rays can create a picture of the inside of the body in different shades of black and white.
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The Riverside Medical Group’s Lyndhurst Radiology staff are dedicated to honoring the trust that our patients and referring physicians have given to us. Our commitment is to provide our patients with the highest quality and cutting edge imaging services to address detection of diseases visible with imaging techniques. Please call us today to schedule an appointment.