All procedures

I-MED Radiology Network provides a comprehensive range of medical imaging procedures at our radiology clinics.

All procedures

I-MED Radiology Network provides a comprehensive range of medical imaging procedures at our radiology clinics.


Angiography is and the x-ray imaging of blood vessels using contrast agents injected into the bloodstream through a thin plastic tube (catheter) that is placed directly in the blood vessel. The images taken are called angiograms.

Bone densitometry (DEXA)

Bone densitometry, (also known as DEXA), is a special type of x-ray that measures bone mineral density (BMD). It gives doctors helpful information about bone strength or fragility, and the risk of fractures or broken bones.

Cardiac services

At I-MED Radiology our expert cardiac imaging services can help in the early identification of cardiovascular disease, leading to better quality of life and increased life expectancy for patients.

Computed tomography - CT scan

A CT scan uses sophisticated x-ray technology to take images of parts of the body in very fine slices. The fine detail allows accurate diagnosis of a variety of illnesses and injuries.

Dental x-ray (OPG)

Dental x-rays such as OPG and Lat Ceph are special x-rays of the lower face, teeth and jaws, taken to given invaluable diagnostic information to dentists and orthodontists.


Radiography is the imaging of body structures using x-rays, which are a form of radiation similar to visible light, radiowaves and microwaves.

Image-guided biopsy

Image-guided biopsy is a procedure in which samples of tissue or fluid are taken through a needle, sometimes under local anaesthetic, using ultrasound guidance or CT scan.

Interventional procedures

Interventional radiology is the use of precise imaging and guidance techniques to diagnose and treat injury and disease, avoiding the need for traditional surgery.


A diagnostic mammogram is an x-ray examination of the breasts, to diagnose breast changes or abnormalities that may have been detected through breast self-exam and/or clinical examination.


Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a scanning procedure that uses strong magnets and radio-frequency pulses to generate images (or pictures) of the inside of your body.

Nuclear medicine

Nuclear medicine tests use radiopharmaceuticals to assess metabolic function - especially in the skeleton. They are also used to assess heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine and neurological disorders.

PET scan

A PET scan is a nuclear medicine imaging test in which a small amount of liquid radioactive material is injected into your body and is used to diagnose a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease and other diseases.


Ultrasound is the term used for high frequency soundwaves. An ultrasound examination uses these sound waves to produce an image onto a screen that shows the inside of your body.

Women's imaging

Every day across Australia, women are visiting an I-MED Radiology clinic, and undergoing a medical imaging examination to either exclude or diagnose female-specific disorders.
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Lung Ventilation Analysis

I-MED Radiology offers special imaging services called CT LVAS and XV LVAS, which help doctors understand how your lungs are working and keep track of diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and Cystic fibrosis by looking at how air moves in your lungs.