About Us Radiology Affiliates Imaging is dedicated to providing the highest-caliber imaging services to Bucks and Mercer counties. Our state-of-the-art facilities in Hamilton and Lawrenceville offer high-field MRI, digital mammography with CAD (computer-aided detection), CAT scan (CT scan), ultrasound, bone densitometry, and reduced radiation X-ray imaging studies. These services complement an over 30-year tradition of providing radiology services to the local community. We also provide professional radiology services at Windsor Radiology, St. Mary Medical Center in Bucks County, PA, St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, NJ, Mercy Suburban Hospital in Norristown, PA, Nazareth Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and St Francis Hospital in Wilmington, DE. The Suite for Women's Imaging "The Suite for Women's Imaging" was designed with your comfort, privacy and convenience in mind. You can have your breast screening and your osteoporosis screening exams in one convenient appointment. When you enter the Imaging Suite, it's time to relax in our private women's only, spa-like waiting area. Unwind to soft music and enjoy a cup of herbal tea. Our compassionate staff is there for you to relieve your stress. Our soothing environment will transform your traditional mammogram, bone density or ultrasound exam into a unique healthcare experience. Arthrogram What Is An Arthrogram? An Arthrogram is a diagnostic tool performed in conjunction with MRI, CT or X-ray to evaluate joints, most commonly the shoulder, knee, hip, wrist, elbow and ankle. Contrast is injection into the joint to enhance the visualization of internal structures, aiding in the evaluation of joint abnormalities, such as cartilage tears and other injuries. 3T MRI What Is An MRI? At RAI we offer both the 1.5 and 3T MRI procedures. MRI is a non-invasive, painless, and radiation-free imaging procedure that helps better diagnose a wide variety of diseases, and conditions. Our Ultra High Field 3T MRI, with double the magnet strength of conventional (1.5) MRI, provides clearer sharper images than ever before. It provides faster exam times with more detailed information needed to make an accurate diagnosis. Until now you would have had to travel to the large cities to receive this latest technology. What Is A Barium Enema? A barium enema is a diagnostic X-Ray examination of the colon (the large intestine) to check for colon cancer, polyps, diverticula or other abnormalities. What Is Bone Densitometry? Dual-energy X-Ray absorptiometry (DEXA) is an imaging technology that uses a very low amount of X-Ray energy to detect the presence of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disease that gradually weakens bones, leading to bone fragility and an increased chance of fractures to the spine, hips and wrists. This weakening may be due to aging or cause by other risk factors that combine with age. Often called the "Silent disease," osteoporosis rarely shows symptoms until a lot of bone mass has been lost. The most visible symptoms may include loss of height along with curvature of the upper back. DEXA scanning can identify low bone density in patients at an early stage, enabling doctors to prescribe appropriate treatment before the condition worsens. Images of the lower spine and hips are most often used in checking for osteoporosis. The test results are then read thoroughly and interpreted by our radiologists.