Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one of the methods we use for looking inside the body. The MRI gathers information which are used to produce images that can be used to distinguish normal healthy tissue from diseased or damaged tissue.
An X-Ray produces high-resolution images of bones, soft tissues and other internal structures by capturing an image in varying shades of grey. It is an excellent and painless test used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions.
An Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves, which are bounced back from parts of the body to produce black and white images. Ultrasound examinations can be performed on most parts of the body and provide excellent information about a variety of conditions.
Interventional Radiology procedures are minimally invasive and performed using real-time image guidance such as ultrasound or video x-ray. They are used to diagnose and/or treat medical conditions.
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Dr Quentin Reeves
Quentin is a Musculoskeletal Radiologist at SRG and also at Auckland City Hospital. Quentin has worked extensively in Musculoskeletal Radiology, and has a particular interest in MRI.
Dr Phil Clark
Phil works both at SRG and North Shore Hospital as a General Radiologist. He has experience across a wide range of modalities and an interest in MSK imaging and intervention.
Dr Richard Gee
Richard’s interests are in musculoskeletal imaging (MSK), with particular interests in Ultrasound, MRI and MSK intervention. In addition to working at SRG, Richard also works at North Shore hospital as a Consultant Radiologist.