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New Service at Port Adelaide - Bone Mineral Densitometry

Oct 26, 2018

Using the latest generation GE Lunar Prodigy Dual Energy X-Ray system, Radiology SA will perform scans of the femur, lumbar spine and if required, forearm.

Scans are completed within minutes making for a fast, safer and more comfortable experience for your patients.

NEW - MRI rebate guide

Aug 18, 2018

To assist our referrers, and other interested people, there is a new web page outlining indications for specialist and GP referred MRI scans that qualify for a Medicare rebate. You will find our MRI rebate guide under the Referrer section of the main menu, as well as in the right sided links on the Referrer page.

Welcome Dr Sarah Faithfull

Jul 20, 2018

Radiology SA warmly welcomes Dr Sarah Faithfull to our team. Sarah trained as a radiologist in South Australia and has specific subspecialty interest areas in breast imaging, oncology and pelvic MRI.

New Radiology SA website launched

Jun 22, 2018

Radiology SA is proud to launch our new website. The site has been given a facelift and we hope you agree it is brighter and more patient focussed. New functionality such as an on-line MRI safety checklist is available to help streamline your visit, and information relevant to your particular examination is front and centre, based around the type of study requested. Any feedback on how we might improve your on-line experience further is welcomed.

Radiology SA doctors address Thoracic Society workshop

Apr 09, 2018

On the 24th March 2018 Radiology SA doctors Ghee Chew and Brett Lorraine were both invited to speak at a Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand conference workshop on the subject of endobronchial valve therapy for emphysema.  Drawing on their experience, they spoke alongside international speakers in relation to the input imaging has on this innovative treatment option.

How low can a CT chest go?

Nov 07, 2017

Radiology SA is conscious of keeping radiation doses to a minimum, especially for young patients who may need multiple scans over their lifetime. Protocols used by Radiology SA in selected cases can achieve a diagnostic quality CT chest at a dose of 0.3mSv, or the equivalent of about 3-5 chest X-ray examinations. This compares to a more standard CT chest dose of 7mSv, and naturally occurring background radiation, to which we are all exposed, of 2mSv per annum. The case ...

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