News | April 29, 2007

Precision Imaging Opens Jacksonville, FL, Site

April 30, 2007 – Precision Imaging has opened a new, highly advanced imaging center in Jacksonville, FL, combining state-of-the-art clinical imaging equipment and software to create a preventive and diagnostic health care environment for early detection of disease.

The center, an 8,400-square foot, spa-like facility, is equipped with the latest GE MRI, PET/CT and digital mammography machines, some of which don’t exist anywhere else in the city or region. GE equipment includes a 3 Tesla MRI, a 64-slice PET/CT scan, the Digital Mammography, 4D digital Ultrasound; digital X-Ray and a bone density scanner.

Precision Imaging says it provides exquisite images of the entire anatomy — its advanced applications include Cardiac MRI (perfusion and function) and non-invasive Cardiac CT Angiography; Breast MRI with computer-aided diagnostic (CAD) tools and molecular imaging; screening lung CT with CAD; neuropsychiatric and neuroscience applications functional MRI (MRI) and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI – fiber tract); and virtual colonoscopy.

For more information visit www.pi-centers.com

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