CDC/CDC on Comer is proud to offer multiple high-quality imaging services with cutting edge technology and the most advanced imaging procedures available. CDC/CDC on Comer is the only outpatient imaging center in Columbus equipped with open and high-field MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), multi-slice CT (computed tomography) scanning, digital mammography, ultrasound and routine x-ray services.
Seeing inside a specific area of your body for the purpose of diagnosis is what our equipment allows us to do very well. Much of our equipment, manufactured by Siemens, a leader in the digital imaging industry provides shorter patient visits and results in timely interpretations. These patient care qualities are the norm and not the exception at our center.
Our advanced technology is a great benefit that we offer, however we never forget that you, and your well-being are the reason we are in business.
Columbus Diagnostic Center is professionally staffed with board-certified radiologists, registered technologists and a well-trained team of assistants. Together, they are committed to providing every patient with a unique, comfortable experience – truly focused on the highest standards of medical care combined with excellent service.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is one of the safest and most accurate imaging techniques available. It combines a powerful magnet with sophisticated computer technology and radio waves to produce detailed pictures of organs and soft tissues to diagnose a variety of medical conditions. more…
Our multi-slice CT scanner generates data and details quickly and accurately. Computed Tomography (CT or “CAT” Scan) scanning is a painless diagnostic examination that combines x-rays and computers. These scans more…
Digital Mammography w/ CAD
A mammogram is an x-ray exam of the breast used to detect and evaluate the existence of any abnormalities. more…
Fluoroscopy is a technique used to capture real-time images which allow a radiologist to view specific body structures in detail. Examples include Upper GI and Barium Enema.
Dual Energy X-ray Absortiometry (DEXA) is today’s standard for measuring bone mineral density and is most often used to diagnose osteoporosis, but it is also used to assess a patient’s risk of developing fractures and tracking the effectiveness of bone loss treatments.
Ultrasound Imaging is also known as “sonography”. It is a safe, simple and painless imaging procedure that bounces high-frequency sound waves off parts of the body more…
Utilizing a state-of-the-art 3-D system called CT (VTI), this advanced medical system universally photographs your sinus area to create precise and detailed images.
A Myelogram is an x-ray of the spinal cord following an injection of dye into space between the lining of the spinal cord and the brain. This injection allows the spinal cord and nerves to show up on x-ray.
Ultrasound images of the heart that creates a picture of the heart chambers, thickness of muscle wall, heart valves and major blood vessels.
X-ray imaging is one of the fastest and easiest ways for a physician to view the bone structures and internal organs of the body. General x-rays are routinely done. more…