diagnostic imaging

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diagnostic imaging

use of high-energy modalities (e.g. X-rays, ultrasound, magnetic resonance, tomography) to allow visualization of body tissues

diagnostic imaging,

n the use of radiographic, sonographic, and other technologies to create a graphic depiction of the body part(s) in question.
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Physician utilization of diagnostic imaging was measured by comparing severity adjusted RVU's/1,000 for MRI and CAT in the Medicaid line of business including Oregon Health Plan (OHP).
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