What to Expect
We believe in personalized medicine and making our Radiologist visible to you. By eliminating insurance companies from the care process, Busch Center provides a personalized imaging experience tailored to your unique needs.
When you arrive at Busch Center, our friendly staff greets you and answers any questions you and your loved ones might have. We are available throughout your visit (and your journey) to make sure you and your loved ones are comfortable and informed every step of the way.
When you come for a scan, you’ll benefit from our cutting-edge, next-generation technology, including the most accurate biopsy method available. Following your scan, you’ll sit with our Radiologist to review your case and determine the best course of action. You won’t be left waiting and wondering at Busch Center.
MRI In-bore Targeted Biopsy with ADC Mapping
This is the most accurate prostate biopsy method available, particularly because of the ADC Mapping. This method is used to locate a lesion and perform a biopsy while you are in the MRI scanner. Our highly skilled team is able to pinpoint the exact location of the cancer and target that area, leading to better outcomes with fewer side effects.
Screening Whole Body Diffusion (MRI)
This method is used to accurately detect cancer throughout your body. There are significant benefits to this approach, including no needles, no contrast and no radiation.
Diagnostic Multi-Parametric MRI
This method can be used either as a diagnosis tool for cancer or as a scan for men who have been diagnosed with cancer. Busch Center has one of very few highly-trained experts able to perform this type of MRI. There are significant benefits to this approach, including no needles, no contrast and no radiation.
Screening Biparametric MRI
Men who are concerned about their prostate health or have a PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) over 1.5 mg/ml should talk to our team about being screened. There are significant benefits to this approach, including no needles, no contrast and no radiation.
Response to Treatment Whole Body Diffusion
Used for patients undergoing cancer treatment that want to know if the cancer is responding to the treatment. There are significant benefits to this approach, including no needles, no contrast and no radiation.