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  • Specialist radiology practice providingwhole body imaging

    Low dose CT/ Medicare Eligible 3T MRI/Medicare Eligible PET CT

  • SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING TECHNOLOGY

    This practice is the first to have the first Siemens Force in Victoria

    Coronary angiography available

  • OUR RADIOLOGISTS HAVESUBSPECIALTY EXPERTISE

    Two medicare eligible 3T Siemens Skyra MRI, nuclear medicine & PET/CT imaging, brain, spine, musculoskeletal imaging, interventional radiology, breast imaging and EOS

  • FREE ON SITE PARKINGBULK BILLING AVAILABLE

    For majority of medicare eligible scans including medicare eligible PET CT

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Interventional Breast Radiology

Breast cancer is one of the leading forms of cancer. It is often treated successfully by surgery or chemotherapy; however, these treatments may not be tolerated well by some. Advances in imaging and technology have made the treatment of breast cancer possible through effective minimally invasive techniques that reduce patient discomfort and complications. Interventional radiology uses various imaging studies to guide minimally-invasive diagnostic and treatment procedures to improve outcomes, and reduce complications, pain and recovery associated with invasive surgical procedures.

Biopsies (removal of a sample of tissue) are usually performed through open surgery to confirm the diagnosis of breast cancer. Instead, interventional radiology techniques can be used to obtain a biopsy of a suspected breast lesion with the help of a needle that is inserted at the cancer site under the guidance of moving X-ray imaging (fluoroscopy), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance (MR). The imaging technique helps accurately locate the cancerous tissue. This technique helps prevent damage to important surrounding structures.