1. Which Medical Imaging Exam is Right For You?

    Medical imaging is a broad term that includes a menu of radiology exams that are used to view internal bodily structures. Different tests are able to visualize different structures, so the right diagnostic test depends on what your signs and symptoms are. For some ailments, your doctor may recommend a combination of tests to ensure they can get the full picture of what is going on. Here, we will d…Read More

  2. What the Ultrasound Technician is Looking For at Your Baby’s Anatomy Scan

    During a normal, healthy pregnancy, you should only have a few ultrasounds. The first will be to confirm pregnancy. During this scan, your baby will appear more as a jelly bean or a peanut with no discernible human features. However, somewhere between 18 and 20 weeks gestation, your OB/GYN will order an anatomy scan. The anatomy scan is one of the most important tests conducted during your pregnan…Read More

  3. What to Expect With Each Medical Imaging Modality

    In the field of medical imaging we all have a basic understanding of what a CT scan and MRI are, but do you know why the tests are being ordered by your healthcare practitioner? In today’s post, we’ll delve into medical imaging diagnostics and why they’re performed, how they work, and the potential risks involved with each one. If medical imaging such as an x-ray, MRI, or CT scan has been or…Read More

  4. How Ultrasound Imaging is Useful

    Ultrasound imaging is an extremely useful tool, in that, it can be used to observe the hard-to-see places of our bodies. The most known use of ultrasound imaging is to see within the stomachs of to-be mothers. By using this high-level technology ultrasonographers can look inside the belly and observe how the fetus is developing and growing. The ability to use an ultrasound also provides mothers an…Read More

  5. Preparing Kids For Medical Imaging

    Many kids have at least one type of medical imaging done during their childhood. From sudden aches and pains, to an object up the nose, to injuries from sports or play, there are many reasons that a child may need medical imaging. For a parent, not only is the reason behind the imaging concerning, but there could be questions and concerns about the scan itself. Is it safe for a growing child? Will…Read More

  6. Ultrasound and Pregnancy

    Although ultrasound can be used for many different medical problems, people most often associate them with pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you may wonder if you really need an ultrasound scan, and how many you should have.. We will explore the purpose of ultrasound during pregnancy, how many scans you should have, and where to get them done. What is an Ultrasound? A prenatal ultrasound may also be…Read More

  7. Kidney Stones

    If you know someone who has had kidney stones, or you have experienced the agony yourself, you know that the pain can be unbearable. Kidney stones are one of the most painful experiences a person can have, sometimes even surpassing the pain of childbirth. What exactly are kidney stones, how are they diagnosed, and what can be done about them? Read on to find out more information, and how Servant M…Read More

  8. The Different Types of Medical Imaging

    When you need medical imaging, there is more than one option on what exam should be done. What kind of medical imaging you have done comes down to the kind of information your physician needs. X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans, and MRIs all have their place in relaying valuable medical information, and your doctor will choose the test that is the most applicable to your situation. Read on to better un…Read More

  9. Can You Choose Where You Have Your Medical Imaging Done?

    If you want the quick answer, you have the hospital or Servant Medical Imaging. While there are other imaging centers, only Servant is accredited by the Joint Commission and the American College of Radiology. Patients have the choice to get their imaging done wherever they want. Servant Medical Imaging centers in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Bartlesville, Stillwater, Norman, Yukon and Midwest City…Read More