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Diagnostic imaging

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The Polyclinic offers personalized diagnostic imaging (DI) care and state-of-the-art facilities. We have locations across the Seattle area.

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Radiology uses imaging tests to help patients with many kinds of health problems. Our DI department is completely digital. This allows us to give you the best care with the most current technology.  

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About DI 

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  • We offer complete DI services and all are accredited by the American College of Radiology. Our board-certified radiologists are specially trained and will work closely with your doctor.

    Our team is made up of:

    • Skilled staff registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
    • Sonographers certified as Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers® (RDMS) by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography® (ARDMS) 
    • Registered nurses
    • Support staff
    • American Board of Radiology (ABR) board-certified subspecialized radiologists

    We are proud to partner with Inland Imaging as our radiology group.

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  • The Polyclinic's diagnostic imaging department is accredited by the American College of Radiology.

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  • A specialized radiologist will review your exam and send a report to your doctor, who will go over it with you. Results will also be available through MyChart. The timing of results depends on the type of exam you have. 

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  • Please call us at 1-206-860-5496 to schedule an appointment or request copies of your images.

    If you have general questions, call us at 1-206-329-1760. For billing, call 1-206-860-4500.

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Diagnostic imaging services we offer

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Bone density  

Bone density tests can help find osteoporosis or a weakening of bones as you age.

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Breast imaging  

We use the latest technology in breast imaging tests to look for breast problems.

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Computed tomography (CT)  

A CT scan uses a computer and a special type of X-ray to measure bones and organs.

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Interventional radiology  

Interventional radiology uses "live" X-ray to create a picture of the inside of the body.

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MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)  

MRI is a scan that uses magnets and radio waves to get pictures of the body.

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Nuclear medicine  

Nuclear medicine uses a small amount of radioactive material to take pictures of the body.

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Ultrasound  

An ultrasound uses sound waves to form pictures of the inside of the body.

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X-ray and fluoroscopic procedures  

X-rays can create a picture of the inside of the body in different shades of black and white.

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