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Texas Imaging and Infusion Center

This center provides leading-edge diagnostic imaging and infusion services to patients.

Centrally located in Dallas with convenient and easily accessible parking, patients will experience a comfortable, caring environment and less wait time. Appointments are now being accepted. We accept most insurance plans.

Texas Imaging and Infusion Center provides:

Imaging services

  • Computed Tomography (CT) is a quick and painless procedure that combines x-rays with computers to produce highly detailed cross-sectional pictures of your body. The images provide valuable information for staging your cancer or planning your treatments.
  • 3 Tesla MRI uses a powerful magnetic field, radio frequency pulses, and a computer to produce detailed images of organs, soft tissues, bone, and virtually all other internal body structures. Texas Imaging and Infusion Center’s 3 Tesla MRI—double the strength of the conventional 1.5 Tesla standard —provides extremely clear and vivid images essential for detecting lesions in small, complex anatomical structures. These scans can often be performed faster, decreasing overall scan time. It also reduces the often noisy procedure’s sound pressure by more than 70 percent. The larger 70 cm bore MRI can also help with claustrophobic patients to reduce fear, anxiety, and the need for sedation. It enables scans of a full range of patients, including pediatric, obese, kyphotic, and those patients with respiratory, pain, and mobility issues.
    • Breast MRI (Coming Soon) makes detailed pictures of the inside of the breast using radio waves, strong magnets, and a computer. Women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer often have a breast MRI procedure to help measure the size of the cancer, look for other tumors in the breast, and to check for abnormalities in the opposite breast.
      MRIs primarily supplement breast screening with mammography or ultrasound. Patients who struggle with enclosed spaces or claustrophobia should also speak with their care team prior to receiving an MRI.
  • Positon Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT) is a powerful imaging tool that combines a PET (positron emission tomography) scan and a computed tomography (CT) scan. PET/CT is used to diagnose, stage, or restage your cancer, as well as evaluate the effectiveness of treatment. The images provide information about the location, nature, and size of your tumor. PET/CT is available at many locations, including Texas Imaging & Infusion Center, whose PET/CT technology enables some of the fastest imaging available with the best image quality. The CT’s newer technology and faster scan times may result in less radiation exposure to patients. Its wider open design decreases claustrophobia and provides better access for larger patients and radiation therapy planning for cases requiring more space, such as breast cancer.
    • Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) PET
    • Axumin®
    • Dotatate
      • Detectnet Copper (Cu) 64 (for neuroendocrine)
      • Netspot Gallium (Ga) 68 (for neuroendocrine)

Infusion therapy services (new regimens):

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