Hunter Imaging Group provides the following services.
Please remember to bring any relevant previous imaging with you to Hunter Imaging Group. Appointments are necessary for all procedures except General X-rays, Dental X-rays or EOS and can be made by 132 336, or via Express Upload.
Bone Densitometry is the examination for assessing osteoporosis. Osteoporosis results from loss of bone mass, leading to bone weakening and increasing the chance of fracture.
Vascular Ultrasound uses special technology to allow the sonographer to study the blood flow in your arteries and veins. The most common studies performed are the arteries in the neck...
EOS is a radically new imaging system, evolved from a Nobel Prize invention. For the first time, it allows radiologists and specialists to obtain a life-size full-body image of...
An Epidural Injection is an injection of local anaesthetic and/or steroid into the epidural space. The epidural space lies within the bony ring of the spinal column, just outside the fluid‐filled sac that...
Facet Joint Injection
A Facet Joint Injection is an injection of local anaesthetic and/or steroid into and around the facet joint. These are small paired joints at the back of the spinal column.
Fluoroscopy is an x‐ray procedure that produces live pictures that appear on a screen instead of taking a permanent still picture. This allows the radiologist to observe how an organ performs...
A fine needle biopsy/aspiration is used when more information is required about the significance of a lump or group of lumps within an area identified by a previous radiological examination.
Interventional Radiology is an area of speciality of radiology in which minimally invasive procedures are performed using image guidance. These procedures have less risk, less pain and...
Computed Tomography (CT) is an x‐ray examination performed with a computerised x‐ray scanning machine. The CT scan looks at the body in cross section. To produce images, a narrow...
Hunter Women's Imaging
The aim of the Women’s Imaging Centre is to provide a supportive atmosphere where women can receive comprehensive radiological services. This service provides detailed and accurate diagnosis, designed to help your referring doctor manage your case in the best possible way
A Mammogram is a low dose x‐ray examination of the breast/s. The examination is performed by a Radiographer with skills using specially designed equipment.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), provides detailed images of soft tissues, bone, fat, muscles and the internal organs of your body. A series of images are taken through sections...
All women, whatever their age, have a small risk of delivering a baby with physical and/or intellectual disability. Sometimes the disability is due to a chromosomal abnormality...
Nuclear Medicine is a branch of diagnostic imaging that uses very small amounts of radioactive material, or tracer, to provide information about the function or structure of particular organs...
OPG / Dental X-ray
A Dental X‐ray or OPG, is a special type of x‐ray that looks at the lower face and displays both the upper and lower teeth in a long flat line. It demonstrates the number, position and growth...
PET‐CT technology is a major development in cancer detection and an accurate and cost effective way to monitor response to therapy.
Ultrasound examinations can be performed on most parts of the body and provide excellent information about a variety of conditions – from pregnancy to gall stones, varicose veins...
An X‐ray is a picture taken of the inside of the body by a machine that sends out rays of radiation energy. When these rays pass through skin and muscle they are blocked by the bones...
True Body Measurement is a short scan performed on a DEXA scanner which accurately measures the ratio of fat to muscle in your body. It is a highly accurate measure of Body Mass Index (BMI).
4D Pregnancy Ultrasound
4D Pregnancy Ultrasounds allows to see your growing baby in 4D