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Imaging Center

High quality imaging of the digestive tract has become central to arriving at the correct diagnosis of complex digestive system disorders. State of the art computerized scanning and ultrasound equipment is available to our specialists in gastrointestinal radiology. Tests results are discussed with your physician. An accurate diagnosis results in an accurate treatment plan.

American College of Radiology CertificationThe Borland-Groover Imaging Center is proud to be accredited through the American College of Radiology. Your care will be handled by a skilled board-certified radiologist whom specializes in GI exams.

MRI Machine

MRI - How does it work?

The MRI exam is particularly useful in examining the entire, internal organs in the abdomen and pelvis, muscoskeletal system and the brain and spinal cord. These detailed images allow radiologists to detect problems previously unseen with other diagnostic procedures. Learn about MRI.

Learn about CT Scans

A “CT Scan,” also known as a “Computerized Tomogram,” or CAT scan, is a noninvasive type of x-ray that generates images of bones, soft-tissues, the pelvis, blood vessels, the lungs, the brain, and abdomen. Learn about CT Scans.


What are uses for Ultrasound?

The images provided during the diagnostic ultrasound will assist your physician in accurately diagnosing and treating certain diseases and conditions. Learn about Ultrasound.