Effective Treatment Begins
With a Thorough Diagnosis

Baylor Medical Center at Trophy Club is pleased to present to you a comprehensive Diagnostic Imaging Center. We are the leading provider of advanced diagnostic imaging technologies with state-of-the-art equipment and highly qualified and caring technologists.

The center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to serve you. After hours appointments are also available Monday through Friday 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. We accept walk-ins with physician’s orders.

Our services include Computed Tomography, Radiology/Fluoroscopy, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound, and Digital Imaging.

CT (Computed Tomography) - A "CT" or "CAT" scan is used to describe a radiological test known as computed tomography. This test is an innovative way of looking at the inside of the body. The CT scanner is donut-like in shape. The images it produces are cross-sectional-patterned much like slices of bread. By taking a series of such images, a CT scan can create a multidimensional view of your body.

CT makes it possible to diagnose a wide variety of medical conditions because it sees inside of the head and body that cannot be seen on regular x-rays.

For many computed tomography examinations you may be asked to take a special contrast material (orally, rectally, and/or by injection). Intravenous (IV), oral, and rectal CT contrast liquids are sometimes referred to as "dye". CT contrast is used to make specific organs, blood vessels, and/or tissue types "stand out" to show the presence of disease or injury.
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Radiology/Fluoroscopy - X-rays are a wonderful addition to the world of medicine; they allow doctors to peer into the human body without a surgical procedure. It’s much easier and safer to examine a broken bone with x-rays than to open a patient up.

Radiography, known to lay people as “x-ray”, is the oldest and most commonly used type of medical imaging. X-rays are created by passing a small, highly controlled amount of ionizing radiation though a specific area of the human body, capturing the resultant shadows and reflections on a digital plate.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is the method of choice for evaluating many different types of injuries and conditions due to its ability to tailor exams to the particular medical question being asked.

Images of unparalleled detail are obtained by using a strong magnetic field, special radio frequencies, and a computer; all without using ionizing radiation.
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Ultrasound - Ultrasound imaging is a relatively inexpensive, fast and radiation-free imaging modality. Ultrasound is excellent for the non-invasive diagnosis of a number of conditions. Ultrasound is used extensively to show fetal development and is also used in the evaluation of the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, heart, and blood vessels.

Patients often lie down for the sonogram. A clear, water-based conducting gel is applied to the skin over the area being examined to help with the transmission of the sound waves. The hand held ultrasound transducer is then moved over the area of interest.

Digital Imaging - Baylor Medical Center at Trophy Club employs the highest in technically advanced radiology and digitally enhanced imagery. All images are saved as files and can be sent via secure website or burned to CD. Images are immediately viewable by physicians on specialized computer screens