When your blood work indicates that you have an elevated PSA level, your urologist may want to do a biopsy. That’s where they take samples throughout your prostate to check for cancer. The problem with biopsies is that they can miss areas of concern. That’s where an MRI can help. Getting images before you get a biopsy gives your urologist detailed pictures of your prostate. Our radiologists help identify if there really are areas of concern. And if something is suspicious, your urologist has a visual road map for guiding the biopsy needle to that precise spot. When Edmund Foster started experiencing symptoms that raised concerns about his prostate, his doctor sent him for a Diagnostic Prostate MRI. Here’s what happened:
Center for Diagnostic Imaging is Premier sponsor for RTB. At CDI each patient comes to looking for answers. As an athlete you may be concerned about a soft tissue injury, or stress fracture, or might need to find the source of pain that is keeping you from training and racing to your potential.
When you need an imaging exam - such as an MRI, CT scan, X-ray – or injections for pain - you have the ability to choose where to go - no matter where your doctor or health care provide suggests. We suggest that you consider CDI.
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