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Imaging & Radiology

Find high-quality scans from caring professionals. We offer personalized, subspecialty imaging services, from routine X-rays to highly advanced radiology treatments.

The expertise of both our board-certified radiologists and experienced technologists runs the gamut of imaging care. Along with consulting with referring physicians, we continue to push the boundaries of research. We're always finding new ways to use imaging to advance the possibilities of patient care.

Preparing for Your Scan

General guidelines for your appointment:

  • All exams require a doctor's order.
  • We don't schedule X-rays, but offer them on a walk-in basis only.
  • Leave jewelry and other valuables at home.
  • Bring a driver's license and insurance card (if you have one).
  • Be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes early.

Imaging Clinical Trials

Research study to evaluate women’s experience of receiving a contrast-enhanced spectral mammogram (CESM)

The department of Radiology and Medical Imaging-Breast Imaging Division seeks women with dense breast tissue and those currently due for their…

Research study for healthy volunteers

The University of Virginia Social Neuroscience Lab is seeking healthy volunteers ages18-30 with no history of brain injury or disease for a…

Brain Research Study for Healthy Volunteers

The University of Virginia Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging is seeking healthy volunteers ages 18-65 with no current or past serious…

How does air move in the lungs?

UVA Health System, Department of Radiology, seeks healthy volunteers OR those with COPD, cystic fibrosis, and/or those that smoke or have received…

Research study for women scheduled for screening mammogram

The department of Radiology, Breast Imaging division seeks women ages 45-74 that are due for their annual screening mammogram for a research study…

Lung Imaging Study.

UVa Health System, Department of Radiology, seeks men and women who are healthy and with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic…

Inside View Blog

COVID-19 and Imaging: Why CT Scans and X-Rays Have a Limited Role in Diagnosing Coronavirus

Lab testing for COVID-19 (also known as the novel coronavirus or SARS-CoV2) has increased greatly since the virus spread across the globe in…

Is Radiation Shielding Still Necessary During My Imaging Exam?

Since the 1950’s, health care providers have been draping their patients with heavy lead aprons or covering certain body parts with lead shields…

Minimally-Invasive Deep Vein Reconstruction for Chronic Venous Disease

It’s estimated that more than 30 million Americans suffer from venous disease. Many of those individuals have some type of chronic venous disease…

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See Your Scans

After your scan, you can see the results in MyChart. This secure, free portal lets you save, print, and take your scans anywhere.

 

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Imaging at UVA: The Advantages
  • Knowledgeable staff: Our technologists have extensive training and experience producing the highest quality diagnostic images.
  • Expert radiologists: Our images are reviewed by fellowship-trained, subspecialty radiologists. Specialized radiologists produce more accurate reports and have higher detection rates.
  • State-of-the-art equipment: We invest in the most advanced technology, including one of the industry’s most comfortable, non-restrictive and accurate MRI machines.
  • Minimally invasive treatments: Our interventional radiologists perform procedures that can replace traditional surgery.
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