Clinch Valley Medical Center provides testing and imaging services to patients and physicians throughout Southwest Virginia, ensuring accuracy in diagnosis and treatment. Our inpatient and outpatient diagnostic facility provides convenient, personalized and comfortable care. Our patients also benefit from up to date technology and our radiologists provide you and your physician with prompt, accurate results.
For more information about Clinch Valley Medical Center’s Diagnostic Imaging Services, call 276.596.6137.
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At Clinch Valley, your breast health is important to us. All breasts are not the same. That is why our hospital is proud to offer a wide range of breast health screening services and the latest technology to provide customized care and additional peace of mind.Learn More
Annual mammograms are the best way to catch breast cancer early, but not all breasts are the same. Dense breast tissue can mask the appearance of tumors, making it more difficult for mammography to detect cancer.
If you are one of the 40% of women with dense breast tissue, your provider may recommend automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) for additional screening and added peace of mind.
CVMC is an approved NIOSH site with a B-reader radiologist.
An MRI is a non-invasive, painless procedure in which radio waves and powerful magnets linked to a computer can create detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. These pictures can help diagnose many conditions in all parts of the body.
This state-of-the-art technology covers more anatomy, with greater accuracy, than before. The superior image clarity offers a faster, more accurate diagnosis for earlier detection of abnormal changes in the body. This equipment allows for expanded services such as precise cardiac imaging and updated treatments for cancer patients.
CVMC’s advanced digital 3D mammography unit allows for a more accurate diagnosis in half the time of film-based exams. With higher resolution images and computer-aided detection (CAD), the need for additional pictures is reduced.
This procedure is a safe and minimally-invasive way to obtain tiny samples from an abnormal breast mass for examination by a pathologist. A sample of breast tissue is precisely located with a computer-guided imaging system and removed with a needle. The procedure is completed on an outpatient basis with a minimum of discomfort and recovery time.
This enhanced form of x-ray technology is a quick and painless way to measure bone loss, estimate risk of future fractures and accurately diagnose osteoporosis.
This x-ray exam of the arteries and veins can diagnose blockages, narrowing in a blood vessel and other blood vessel problems. In many cases, our radiologist can treat a blocked vessel or place a stent without the need for surgery.
Ultrasound imaging is a painless procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to produce real-time images of tissues, organs, blood vessel and blood flow. A wide range of diagnostic ultrasounds are available including:
Also known as a cardiac ultrasound, echocardiography employs real-time imaging for a quick and accurate assessment of the overall health of the heart.
These tests involve the injection of a radioactive “tracer” that allows for the evaluation of organ function and bone abnormalities.
This noninvasive procedure will use mild, painless radiofrequency waves to locally heat tumors to kill cancer cells for liver, bone and kidney cancer.
This minimally invasive varicose vein treatment procedure uses radiofrequency energy to heat, collapse and seal off the targeted blood vessels.
For more information about Clinch Valley Medical Center’s Imaging Services, call 276.596.6137.