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Diagnostic Imaging is an important part of cancer care. Imaging is a non-invasive and painless way of visualizing tissues and organs in the body so that abnormalities can be identified. For those who are being treated, imaging allows us to see if a patient's therapy is working. There are many different techniques for generating images used for detecting or diagnosing cancer.
New Mexico Cancer Center offers imaging, MRI, CT, and PET, for convenience, lower cost and faster results.
Below you will find a list of the main imaging techniques used at New Mexico Cancer Center. If you want to learn more about a particular technique, click on its box to open it and read more about that technique. At the end of several of the boxes, you will find a link labeled "Learn more..." that you can click for even more in-depth information, that will open in a new window.
Radiation Oncology Practice Accreditation (ROPA) program
New Mexico Cancer Center is fully accredited for quality by the American College of Radiology (ACR). A listing of NMCC imaging accreditations is found below. Click on any of the listings to show the certification document for that accreditation, where you may download any of the certification documents by clicking on the download icon at the top right, and return here by clicking the 'Return to Site' button on the bottom right. You can also click on the ACR icon at the right for complete details of the ROPA Accreditation process.