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Breast Imaging and Diagnostic Services
Dakota Radiology Women’s Imaging provides a full range of services for sophisticated assessment of breast disease, including: 

Full Field Digital Mammography which
 provides increased accuracy in the early
 detection of breast cancer.


CT 
A CT scan — also called computerized tomography is a scan that combines a series of different angle X-ray views to produce cross-sectional images of the bones and soft tissues inside your body. 

Varicose Vein Treatment
Endovenous laser treatment produces remarkable results and has significant advantages over traditional procedures.  It is a minimally invasive, clinically proven alternative to surgical vein stripping that effectively and safely treats varicose veins using a laser fiber to occlude the vein. This treatment is ideal for venous insufficiency, venous ulcers, varicose veins and leg pain.  Dakota Radiology’s board certified vascular specialists pioneered vein treatment in the Black Hills and provide personalized care to each patient.  No physician referral is necessary!
MRI Imaging
At Dakota Radiology, your MRI experience is unlike any other. Our scanner is more comfortable with a wider, shorter opening. Dakota Radiology’s short bore MRI is three quarters the length of a standard MRI, which means, for most exams, your whole body does not have to be inside the scanner.  This results in increased patient 
Ultrasound 
Ultrasound imaging or sonography, uses high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body.  Dakota Radiology offers an extensive list of ultrasound exams.

Full diagnostic x-ray and bone densitometry imaging is also available.

Onsite, Board-Certified, Fellowship Trained Radiologists for supervision and consultation.

Breast ultrasound 
Magnetic resonance (MRI) 
 of the breast 
Stereotactic Breast biopsy 
MRI-guided Breast biopsy 
Ultrasound-guided Breast
 biopsy 
Preoperative lesion

 localization prior to breast surgery 
Galactography  (Ductography) 
Cyst aspiration
PET scan, also called Positron Emission Tomography, 
measures body functions, such as sugar (glucose) metabolism, to evaluate how the organs and tissues are functioning.  The combination of functional (PET) and structural (CT) information results in diagnostic images.  These images allow the radiologist to help diagnose cancer, determine an effective treatment plan, monitor treatment success, determine where healthy heart tissue exists, and evaluate brain abnormalities.
comfort, especially for the large patient.  Along with comfort, this scanner produces images with the quality expected of high field magnets.