Our Commitment to YouFor over 25 years, DIA has been committed to providing the best care in Delaware.Since being founded by local doctors in 1984, we have been committed to serving Delawareans and the neighboring communities because we are a part of the fabric of our community. We insist and have built our reputation on excellence in patient care and responsive service with quality. We continually bring in technologically advanced equipment for our community members.Our board-certified radiologists are subspecialists in fields that include neuroradiology, body MR, body CT musculoskeletal radiology, cardiac and vascular radiology, pediatric radiology, nuclear medicine, ultrasonography, mammography, and interventional radiology. All of our highly qualified and certified technologists work under the direct supervision of a radiologist. With this kind of care, you can rely on DIA to deliver the imaging services you need most.
Former US President George W Bush gets a stent after CCTA
By Michael O'Riordan, August 6, 2013
Dallas, TX (updated) - Former US President George W Bush received a stent at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas today after a blockage was discovered during a routine physical examination . Click link above to read more.
Colonography Equal to Optical Colonoscopy, Says Study
Deborah Abrams Kaplan, May 5, 2011
CT colonography is a better screening test than optical colonoscopy (OC), according to a new study published in the May Radiology print issue. Using meta-analysis of studies done over a 15 year period, authors found that the sensitivity of CT colonography for colorectal cancer detection was 96.1 percent, compared with 94.7 percent for OC. Click link above to read more.
Fonar Upright MRI aids neck pain
diagnosis, July 22, 2010
MRI vendor Fonar of Melville, NY, is touting study results that show that 150% more whiplash patients had demonstrable radiographic pathology when scanned upright by MRI than when they were scanned lying down. Read more
A Virtual Check-Up™ is a revolutionary examination of the body's vital organs. This real-time, 3D imaging has greatly reduced the need for exploratory, invasive surgery. DIA Virtual Check Up studies: