Provider Profile


Green Imaging Imaging Over 50 Locations - MRI's starting at $250
2513 W Trenton Rd
Street Level
Edinburg, Texas(844) 968-4647

Practice Details

Specialty

Imaging

NPI Number

Upon Request

In-Network Insurances

All major insurance plans accepted.

In-Network Groups
Hospital Affiliations

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Languages

English

Services

CT Abdomen/Pelvis (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen and pelvis with contrast is performed to detect causes of pain in the pelvis/abdomen, as well as underlying signs of disease. A CT can provide detailed imaging of soft tissue and blood vessels that can be used to diagnose diseases of the abdomen, small bowel, and colon (ex. appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, abnormalities in the kidneys). This imaging procedure is fast and relatively painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2320

Suggested Fee: $275 to $800 Print

CT Abdomen/Pelvis (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen and pelvis without contrast is performed to detect causes of pain in the pelvis/abdomen, as well as underlying signs of disease. A CT can provide detailed imaging of soft tissue and blood vessels that can be used to diagnose diseases of the abdomen, small bowel, and colon (ex. appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, abnormalities in the kidneys). This imaging procedure is fast and painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2321

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

CT Abdomen/Pelvis (with/without contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen and pelvis with or without contrast is performed to detect causes of pain in the pelvis/abdomen, as well as underlying signs of disease. A CT can provide detailed imaging of soft tissue and blood vessels that can be used to diagnose diseases of the abdomen, small bowel, and colon (ex. appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, abnormalities in the kidneys). A CT of the abdomen and pelvis may be done both with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the scan. This imaging procedure is fast and relatively painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2322

Suggested Fee: $300 to $950 Print

CT Abdomen (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen with contrast is performed to detect underlying causes of pain in the abdominal area and diagnose lesions, tumors, adhesions and infections. A CT could also be ordered when a normal x-ray is inconclusive, and can be used to check the progress of treatment on tumors and infections in the abdominal area. This imaging procedure is fast and relatively painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2323

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Abdomen (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen without contrast is performed to detect underlying causes of pain in the abdominal area and diagnose lesions, tumors, adhesions and infections. A CT could also be ordered when a normal x-ray is inconclusive, and can be used to check the progress of treatment of tumors and infections in the abdominal area. This imaging procedure is fast and painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2324

Suggested Fee: $300 to $950 Print

CT Abdomen (with and without contrast)

Description: A CT of the abdomen with or without contrast is performed to detect underlying causes of pain in the abdominal area and diagnose lesions, tumors, adhesions and infections. A CT could also be ordered when a normal x-ray is inconclusive, and can be used to check the progress of treatment of tumors and infections in the abdominal area. This imaging procedure is fast and painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2325

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Brain (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the brain without contrast involves a scan of specific parts of the brain. This CT may be ordered in order to detect suspected abnormalities of the brain, such as lesions, tumors, and infections. Brain CTs can also be used to detect strokes, and to provide additional guidance before brain surgery. This imaging procedure is fast and painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2326

Suggested Fee: $300 to $950 Print

CT Brain (with/without contrast)

Description: A CT of the brain with or without contrast involves a scan of specific parts of the brain. This CT may be ordered in order to detect suspected abnormalities of the brain, such as lesions, tumors, and infections. Brain CTs can also be used to detect strokes, and to provide additional guidance before brain surgery. This imaging procedure is fast and painless, and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2327

Suggested Fee: $275 to $900 Print

CT Cervical Spine (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the cervical spine with contrast is a scan of the portion of the spine in the neck. This CT scan may be ordered after an accident to detect injuries in this part of the spine. It may also be used to detect tumors, broken bones, and to determine the severity of diseases. This imaging procedure is fast (10-20 minutes) and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2328

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Cervical Spine (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the cervical spine without contrast is a scan of the portion of the spine in the neck. This CT scan may be ordered after an accident to detect injuries in this part of the spine. It may also be used to detect tumors, broken bones, and to determine the severity of diseases. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2329

Suggested Fee: $275 to $900 Print

CT Chest (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the chest with contrast can be used to diagnose abnormalities in the chest cavity. This scan will take images of thoracic structures to determine the cause of chest pain, infection, or shortness of breath. This imaging procedure is fast (10-20 minutes) and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2330

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Internal Auditory Canal (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the internal auditory canal without contrast involves cross-sectional scans of fragments of the skull surrounding the ear canal. This CT scan may be ordered to assess damage from a tumor, infection, or after an injury. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2331

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Lower Extremities (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the lower extremities without contrast involves taking a detailed scan of the hip, knees, ankle and/or foot. This scan can be ordered to assess trauma from an injury, to find the cause of pain or swelling, or to follow up on the healing of a fracture. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2332

Suggested Fee: $275 to $800 Print

CT Lumbar Spine (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the lumbar spine with contrast involves scanning the lower back and surrounding tissue. This scan may be ordered to investigate lower back pain, the progression of an infection , or to diagnose/monitor a condition (ex. Multiple sclerosis, cancer, pinched nerve). Contrast material may further help to show tumors or abnormalities in the lower spine. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2333

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Lumbar Spine (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the lumbar spine without contrast involves scanning the lower back and surrounding tissue. This scan may be ordered to investigate lower back pain, the progression of an infection , or to diagnose/monitor a condition (ex. Multiple sclerosis, cancer, pinched nerve). Contrast material may not be used if it is thought to potentially interfere with a diagnosis. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2334

Suggested Fee: $275 to $800 Print

CT Maxillofacial (with contrast)

Description: A maxillofacial CT with contrast involves scanning the face and surrounding tissue. This scan may be ordered to inspect trauma from injury, or to detect underlying causes of facial pain. This scan is recommended with contrast when there is an infection in the facial area. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2335

Suggested Fee: $275 to $800 Print

CT Pelvis (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the pelvis with contrast involves a scan of the pelvic area, including organ structures between the hip bones. This scan may be ordered to assess trauma from injury or underlying causes of pain in the pelvic area. A pelvic CT may serve as a preoperative guide for doctors working to repair fractures in this area. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2336

Suggested Fee: $300 to $950 Print

CT Pelvis (with/without contrast)

Description: A CT of the pelvis with or without contrast involves a scan of the pelvic area, including organ structures between the hip bones. This scan may be ordered to assess trauma from injury or underlying causes of pain in the pelvic area. A pelvic CT may serve as a preoperative guide for doctors working to repair fractures in this area. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2337

Suggested Fee: $275 to $800 Print

CT Soft Tissue Neck (with contrast)

Description: A CT of the neck (soft tissue) with contrast involves scanning the area of the neck from the top of the ears to the clavicle bone. This scan may be ordered to investigate a mass, infection, or underlying cause of pain in the area. It may also be used to observe the progression of conditions or the response of conditions to treatment. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2338

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Soft Tissue Neck (with/without contrast)

Description: A CT of the neck (soft tissue) with or without contrast involves scanning the area of the neck from the top of the ears to the clavicle bone. This scan may be ordered to investigate a mass, infection, or underlying cause of pain in the area. It may also be used to observe the progression of conditions or the response of conditions to treatment. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2339

Suggested Fee: $300 to $950 Print

CT Sinus (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the sinuses without contrast involves scanning the hollow bone structures surrounding the nasal cavity. This scan may be ordered when there is suspicion of sinusitis, sinus disease, or other abnormalities in the area. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2340

Suggested Fee: $250 to $700 Print

CT Upper Extremities (without contrast)

Description: A CT of the upper extremities involves scanning the hand, arm and shoulder and surrounding soft tissue. This scan may be ordered to investigate underlying causes of pain, swelling, or suspected abnormalities. It may also be used to assess fractures. This imaging procedure is fast and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2341

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

CT Angiography of Chest

Description: A CT angiography (CTA) of the chest involves a scan that uses dye to highlight blood vessel structures of the chest. This examination may be ordered to evaluate a pulmonary embolism, aneurysm, dissection, or coarctation. Patients may not eat or drink at least six hours prior to the scan, as contrast material will be administered intravenously. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2342

Suggested Fee: $275 to $850 Print

MRA of Abdomen (with contrast)

Description: An MR angiography (MRA) of the abdomen with contrast involves a scan that uses dye to highlight blood vessel structures and major arteries of the abdomen. This scan may be ordered to evaluate abnormalities or blockages in major vessels of the abdomen, as well as to assess damage sustained after trauma or injury. Patients may not eat or drink at least six hours prior to the scan, as contrast material will be administered intravenously. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2343

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRA of Brain (without contrast)

Description: An MR angiography (MRA) of the brain without contrast involves scanning the brain and neck for a detailed image of vessels, veins, and arteries In the area. This scan may be ordered so neurologists can assess blockages or abnormalities in the blood vessels surrounding the brain. An MRA of the brain can detect aneurysms-causing enlarged vessels, as well as fat deposits in vessels that may lead to strokes. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2344

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

MRA of Neck (with/without contrast)

Description: An MR angiography (MRA) of the neck with or without contrast involves scanning the neck for detailed images of the vessels, arteries, and veins in the area. This scan may be specifically ordered to assess blood flow from the spine to the brain through the neck. This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRA. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2345

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1200 Print

MRI of Abdomen (with/without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the abdomen with or without contrast involves scanning the major organs and cavities of the abdominal area. This scan may be ordered to check for tumors, congenital abnormalities, internal bleeding, or blockages in the bile duct. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRI. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2346

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRI of Abdomen (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the abdomen without contrast involves scanning the major organs and cavities of the abdominal area. This scan may be ordered to check for tumors, congenital abnormalities, internal bleeding, or blockages in the bile duct. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2347

Suggested Fee: $250 to $950 Print

MRI of Brain (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the brain without contrast involves scanning the brain to determine underlying causes of disease or abnormalities. This scan may be ordered to diagnose illnesses like Alzheimer's Disease, dementia or chronic migraines. It may also be used to diagnose stroke or seizure. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2348

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRI of Brain (with/without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the brain with or without contrast involves scanning the brain to determine underlying causes of disease or abnormalities. This scan may be ordered to diagnose illnesses like Alzheimer's Disease, dementia or chronic migraines. It may also be used to diagnose stroke or seizure. This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRI. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2349

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRI of Breast

Description: An MRI of the breast involves scanning the breast and surrounding soft tissue to determine abnormalities or tumors in the area. This scan may be ordered for women diagnosed with breast cancer or those at high risk of developing breast cancer. An MRI may detect tumors or cancerous growths, as well as any suspected abnormalities. It is recommended that individuals with an elevated risk of cancer receive a breast MRI and mammogram once a year. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2350

Suggested Fee: $350 to $900 Print

MRI of Cervical Spine (with/without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the cervical spine with or without contrast involves a scan of the portion of the spine in the neck. This scan may be ordered to determine underlying causes of neck pain, diagnose tumors, aneurysms, herniated discs or joint disorders. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2351

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1375 Print

MRI of cervical Spine (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the cervical spine involves a scan of the portion of the spine in the neck. This scan may be ordered to determine underlying causes of neck pain, diagnose tumors, aneurysms, herniated discs or joint disorders. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2352

Suggested Fee: $250 to $800 Print

MRI of Lower Extremities and Joint (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the lower extremities without contrast involves a scan of the major joints (hip, knee, ankle and foot). This scan may be done to assess degenerative joint disorders, diagnose fractures or abnormalities, or to identify tumors.This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2353

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

MRI of Lumbar Spine (without contrast)

Description: A lumbar MRI without contrast involves a scan of the lumbar spine. This scan may be ordered to investigate injuries to the lower spine, underlying causes of back pain, or to assess abnormalities in nerve connectivity in the legs. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2354

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

MRI of Lumbar Spine (with/without contrast)

Description: A lumbar MRI with or without contrast involves a scan of the lumbar spine. This scan may be ordered to investigate injuries to the lower spine, underlying causes of back pain, or to assess abnormalities in nerve connectivity in the legs. This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRI. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2355

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRI of Pelvis (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the pelvis without contrast involves a scan of the pelvic bone and surrounding soft tissue. This scan may be ordered to assess injury to the pelvic area, underlying causes of pelvic pain, and problems with urination or defecation. This scan may also be ordered to investigate issues with infertility or uterine fibroids in females. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2356

Suggested Fee: $250 to $950 Print

MRI of Pelvis (with/without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the pelvis with or without contrast involves a scan of the pelvic bone and surrounding soft tissue. This scan may be ordered to assess injury to the pelvic area, underlying causes of pelvic pain, and problems with urination or defecation. This scan may also be ordered to investigate issues with infertility or uterine fibroids in females. This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRI. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2357

Suggested Fee: $450 to $1350 Print

MRI of Thoracic Spine (without contrast)

Description: A thoracic spine MRI without contrast involves a scan of the upper portion of the spine (the thoracic region). This scan may be ordered to assess fractures to the upper spine, issues in spinal alignment or other abnormalities. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2358

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

MRI of Upper Extremities - Nonjointed (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the upper extremities without contrast involves a scan of the spine, muscle, and bone of the upper extremities. This scan may be ordered to assess damage to ligaments, spinal chord injury, or underlying causes of pain. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2359

Suggested Fee: $350 to $900 Print

MRI of Upper Extremities - Jointed (with/without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the upper extremities with or without contrast involves a scan of the spine, muscle, and bone of the upper extremities. This scan may be ordered to assess damage to ligaments, spinal chord injury, or underlying causes of pain.This scan can be done with or without contrast material, depending on the reason for the MRI. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2360

Suggested Fee: $475 to $1000 Print

MRI of Upper Extremities - Jointed (without contrast)

Description: An MRI of the upper extremities without contrast involves a scan of the major joints (shoulder, wrist, hand and finger) and surrounding soft tissue. This scan may be ordered to assess injury to the area, diagnose tumors and infections, or to determine underlying causes of pain (ex. arthritis). This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2361

Suggested Fee: $250 to $900 Print

Bone Scan with SPECT

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A bone scan with SPECT (single-photon emission computed tomography) involves a scan that uses radioactive material to make bone structures more visible through gamma imaging. This scan may be used to assess injury to a bone, such as a fracture. This scan may also be used to determine the spread of cancer in a bone. In the first part of this scan, radiopharmaceutical material will be injected through a vein in order to attach to the bone. After 1-4 hours, a SPECT scan will be made that captures the height, width and depth of the targeted bone. Because a radiopharmaceutical is administered during this scan, it is recommended that patients drink plenty of water so the material may be flushed out through urine. A possible side effect of this scan is a change in urine color. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2362

Suggested Fee: $400 to $800 Print

Diagnostic Bilateral Mammography with CAD

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A diagnostic bilateral mammography with CAD is a mammogram that is taken after an initial screening mammogram that has shown suspicion of cancer. A diagnostic mammogram may be ordered to determine underlying causes of breast pain, changes in the shape or size if the breast(s), or unchecked lumps. The diagnostic mammography will be assessed with CAD (computer-aided detection), a special software that can detect abnormalities like density, calcification or unaccounted mass in a diagnostic mammogram. Because the mammography is bilateral, a 2-view study of each breast will be performed.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2363

Suggested Fee: $175 to $400 Print

Diagnostic Unilateral Mammography with CAD

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A diagnostic unilateral mammography with CAD is a mammogram that is taken after an initial screening mammogram that has shown suspicion of cancer. A diagnostic mammogram may be ordered to determine underlying causes of breast pain, changes in the shape or size if the breast(s), or unchecked lumps. The diagnostic mammography will be assessed with CAD (computer-aided detection), a special software that can detect abnormalities like density, calcification or unaccounted mass in a diagnostic mammogram. Because the mammography is unilateral, a 1-view study of each breast will be performed.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2364

Suggested Fee: $175 to $400 Print

DXA (dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry)

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) is a scan that determines bone density in the body, usually the lower spine and hips. This scan uses small doses of ionizing radiation in localized portions of the body to produce detailed images of bone structure. DXA is commonly used to diagnose bone abnormalities like osteoporosis. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process. DXA is not recommended for women who are pregnant or may be pregnant.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2365

Suggested Fee: $75 to $250 Print

Echocardiogram (ECG, EKG)

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) An echocardiogram, or ECG, is a sonogram of the heart that uses ultrasound to examine the heart muscles and valves. This scan may be ordered to evaluate the progression of heart valve disease, diagnose abnormalities in the heart or assess the effectiveness of the heart. There are different classes of ECGs, with the standard scan being the transthoracic echocardiogram. This scan uses a handled ultrasound device to produce images of the major heart structures that are then evaluated by a physician. It is recommended that patients do not eat or drink anything other than water up to four hours prior to the ECG. Caffeine should not be consumed at least 24 hours prior to the ECG.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2366

Suggested Fee: $180 to $300 Print

HIDA Scan with Kinevac

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A HIDA scan with kinevac is a scanning procedure that involves injecting a radioactive tracer intravenously to study the liver, gall-bladder, and bile ducts. This scan is usually ordered to examine the function of the bile ducts; it may help diagnose gallbladder, infection, bile duct obstruction, or post-operative complications to the area. This exam required the administration of the drug Kinevac, which will make the gallbladder contract and empty. Patients will be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2367

Suggested Fee: $475 to $750 Print

3D Mammography

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A 3D mammography involves a three-dimensional x-ray of the arms, chest and surrounding tissue that can be used to detect cancer early on. This procedure is not invasive and works similarly to an x-ray. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose clothing and avoid wearing anything with metal that may interfere with the imaging process. A 3D mammography is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2368

Suggested Fee: $175 to $350 Print

Parathyroid planar Scan

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A planar parathyroid nuclear medicine scan is used to assess the function of the parathyroid glands in the neck using injectable radioactive compounds that are detected during imaging. This scan is ordered if there is suspicion of overactive thyroid glands in the neck. If a gland is overactive, it will absorb the injected radioactive material and appear to be overactive during imaging. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Patients may eat and drink normally prior to the exam.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2369

Suggested Fee: $375 to $750 Print

Parathyroid SPECT

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) SPECT (Single Proton Emission Computerized Tomography) scanning of the parathyroid involves injecting radiopharmaceutical material into the neck to assess overactive thyroid glands in the neck. Once this material is injected, a SPECT scan may be performed to determine which gland absorbed the most material, and is therefore the most active. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Patients may eat and drink normally prior to the exam.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2370

Suggested Fee: $475 to $900 Print

PET/CT Body

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A PET/CT scan of the body involves a radioactive tracer material being injected into the body to determine overall metabolic function. Once the PET scan is complete, it can be superimposed on a CT scan of the body to get a more detailed report of any possible diseases or illnesses. Patients may be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2371

Suggested Fee: $800 to $1350 Print

PET/CT Brain

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A PET/CT scan of the body involves a radioactive tracer material being injected into the body to determine overall metabolic function. Once the PET scan is complete, it can be superimposed on a CT scan of the body to get a more detailed report of any possible diseases or illnesses. Patients may be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2372

Suggested Fee: $800 to $1350 Print

PET/CT Melanoma

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A PET/CT scan for melanoma involves a radioactive tracer material being injected into the body to determine overall metabolic function. Once the PET scan is complete, it can be superimposed on a CT scan to get a more detailed report of the metabolism of melanoma, or the presence/progression of melanoma on the body. Patients may be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2373

Suggested Fee: $800 to $1350 Print

Screening Mammo/CAD

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A screening mammography with CAD is a mammogram that is taken to determine suspicion of cancer. A screening mammogram may be ordered to determine underlying causes of breast pain, changes in the shape or size if the breast(s), or unchecked lumps. The mammography will be assessed with CAD (computer-aided detection), a special software that can detect abnormalities like density, calcification or unaccounted mass in a screening mammogram.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2374

Suggested Fee: $125 to $250 Print

Thyroid Scan/Uptake

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A thyroid scan and uptake involves injecting radioactive material into the body to detect any thyroid glands that are overactive. If an overactive thyroid is present, it will absorb the radioactive material and be revealed in the imaging procedure. Patients may be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2375

Suggested Fee: $350 to $600 Print

Whole-body Bone Scan

Description: (Nuclear Medicine) A whole-body bone scan involves using an intravenous radioactive tracer material that adheres to the bones and shows bone structure during imaging. This scan may be ordered to assess injury sustained from trauma, disease or infection. Patients may be asked to fast for at least four hours before the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2376

Suggested Fee: $350 to $600 Print

Abdominal/Pelvic/ Scrotal/Retroperitoneal Doppler

Description: Doppler imaging of the abdomen, pelvis, scrotal and retroperitoneal areas involves ultrasound imaging to detect abnormalities in this area. This imaging procedure may be ordered to diagnose early stages of reproductive cancers in men, as well as other abnormalities and infections in the area. This exam uses radio waves to determine structures of vital organs, allowing physicians to assess the area of the scan. This scan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2377

Suggested Fee: $175 to $550 Print

Abdominal Sonogram (Complete)

Description: An complete abdominal sonogram involves an ultrasound of the abdominal area that captures images of all major structures in the abdomen. This scan may be ordered to assess any suspected abnormalities in the abdomen, diagnose possible diseases or track progress of treatments. This ultrasound is fast and painless, and does not require prior preparation and results can be obtained quickly.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2378

Suggested Fee: $150 to $400 Print

Abdominal Sonogram (Limited)

Description: An complete abdominal sonogram involves an ultrasound of the abdominal area that captures images of major structures in a specific part of the abdomen. This scan may be ordered to assess any suspected abnormalities in the abdomen, diagnose possible diseases or track progress of treatments. This scan may also be used to monitor fetal development in pregnant women. This ultrasound is fast and painless, and does not require prior preparation and results can be obtained quickly.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2379

Suggested Fee: $150 to $400 Print

Pelvic Sonogram (Complete)

Description: A sonogram of the pelvis involves an ultrasound of the pelvic area and surrounding major structures. This scan may be ordered to assess reproductive structures in both men and women for underlying causes of infertility. This procedure is quick and painless, and does not require any prior preparation. Patients may be asked to drink water to fill their bladders for the ultrasound.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2382

Suggested Fee: $175 to $500 Print

Renal Sonogram

Description: A renal sonogram involves an ultrasound of the kidneys, ureters and bladder. This scan may be ordered to assess the shape of the kidneys for any signs of damage or abnormality, as well as to detect kidney stones. This procedure is quick and painless, and does not require any prior preparation. Patients may be asked to drink water to fill their bladders for the ultrasound.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2383

Suggested Fee: $150 to $400 Print

Scrotal Sonogram With Doppler Imaging

Description: A sonogram of the scrotum is an ultrasound of the scrotal area and surrounding tissue. This scan may be ordered to determine injury after trauma to the testicle region, as well as any other suspected abnormality or infection in the area. Doppler imaging of the area may provide clearer imaging for physicians to examine. This procedure is quick and painless, and does not require any prior preparation. Patients may be asked to drink water to fill their bladders for the ultrasound.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2384

Suggested Fee: $150 to $400 Print

Scrotal Sonogram Without Doppler Imaging

Description: A sonogram of the scrotum is an ultrasound of the scrotal area and surrounding tissue. This scan may be ordered to determine injury after trauma to the testicle region, as well as any other suspected abnormality or infection in the area. This procedure is quick and painless, and does not require any prior preparation. Patients may be asked to drink water to fill their bladders for the ultrasound.

Fee Detail: No other services performed.

Code: 2385

Suggested Fee: $150 to $400 Print

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Green Imaging is a full service virtual medical imaging network owned and operated by a group of board-certified radiologists. We help patients make the most informed decisions about MRIs, CTs, and other imaging procedures. Unlike other imaging facilities, the cash-pay price we provide is the final price you pay. There is no extra charge for the radiologist fee. You pay for your procedures up front, with no surprise bill after the fact. We believe that healthcare costs should be transparent. At Green Imaging you can save between 50 and 80% of your out-of-pocket costs.