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Outpatient Imaging Services - Angier Imaging & VRI Fayetteville

Innovative Technology for Effective Treatment

Our radiology procedures utilize a variety of imaging technologies, such as x-rays, MRIs, CT scans, ultrasounds, and more. Depending on your symptoms and what part of the body is being examined will determine the type of imaging procedure needed to effectively diagnosis & treat. Explore our imaging services below:


CT Scan

CT Scans allow our expert radiologists to effectively diagnose and treat a variety of problems throughout the body.


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DEXA Scan

A DEXA scan (dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry) is a type of bone density test widely considered the most accurate means of assessing bone mineral density (BMD). It’s typically used to test the bone density of the forearms, hips, and spine.


MRI Scan

Our MRI provides thorough images that are highly valuable for the diagnosis of a range of pathologic conditions, like musculoskeletal disorders & vascular disease.


Nuclear Medicine Scan

To see a clear image of the extent of disease process in the body, our radiologists use nuclear medicine imaging. By administering radiopharmaceuticals to patients, we can recommend the best treatment possible.


X-Ray & Fluoroscopy Imaging

With the latest technology in the industry, we can get moving, real-time images of the inside of the body when we pair X-rays with digital fluoroscopy.


Ultrasound Imaging

An ultrasound is a safe, effective way to produce images of the inside of your body to evaluate and treat many of your organ systems.


Pediatric

Valley Radiology offers superior care and expert imaging services for children of all ages. Our expert radiologists treat your child with compassion and care.


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3D Mammography

When it comes to protecting yourself from breast cancer, early detection is key. 3D Mammography provides clearer images, lower doses of radiation, and greater accuracy than traditional mammograms.