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7018 South Utica Avenue Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136

 

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Does MCI have courier services and if so, who do I need to contact?

 Yes, we have courier services available. Please contact our toll-free customer service support line to schedule a courier pick-up. 

Customer Service Line #1-800-364-7287

Why would a physician order an X-ray?

Radiographs are a reliable and accurate means of obtaining information to help your physician diagnosis the cause of your pain. An x-ray examination is commonly used to determine the presence or absence of disease, a bone fracture, joint malalignment, arthritis, or cause of other painful conditions.

What should I Do to prepare for an X-ray exam?

No preparation is required for a routine x-ray examination. If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, be sure to inform your physician, and the technologist prior to the start of the x-ray examination. Most examinations using x-ray will not be performed on pregnant women unless the benefits of the examination outweigh the risks of radiation exposure to the fetus. Extremity examinations can safely be performed with appropriate lead shielding.

What is a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Exam?

MRI is a diagnostic test that depicts both soft tissue and bone. MRI depicts soft tissue injury and abnormalities with greater sensitivity and specificity than conventional imaging techniques. Hospital for Special Surgery has expertise in high resolution MRI, demonstrating fine detail of articular cartilage, tendon pathology, peripheral nerve imaging, and other soft tissue structures, which are not always demonstrated on routine MRI exams.

What is an X-ray?

An x-ray or radiograph is similar to having a photograph taken in a studio. A radiologic technologist (RT) uses non-visible x-rays (short wavelength) to create an image of internal structures/organs. The image is called a radiograph or x-ray. X-rays reveal body structures proportional with their density; the denser the tissue, (bone versus fat) less x-ray passes through it and this difference in body tissue density is why bone (high body tissue density) is white on a radiograph, compared to fat (low body tissue density) which is gray, or air (no density) which is black.

Why would a physician order an X-ray?

Radiographs are a reliable and accurate means of obtaining information to help your physician diagnosis the cause of your pain. An x-ray examination is commonly used to determine the presence or absence of disease, a bone fracture, joint malalignment, arthritis, or cause of other painful conditions.

What should I Do to prepare for an X-ray exam?

No preparation is required for a routine x-ray examination. If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, be sure to inform your physician, and the technologist prior to the start of the x-ray examination. Most examinations using x-ray will not be performed on pregnant women unless the benefits of the examination outweigh the risks of radiation exposure to the fetus. Extremity examinations can safely be performed with appropriate lead shielding.

What is a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Exam?

MRI is a diagnostic test that depicts both soft tissue and bone. MRI depicts soft tissue injury and abnormalities with greater sensitivity and specificity than conventional imaging techniques. Hospital for Special Surgery has expertise in high resolution MRI, demonstrating fine detail of articular cartilage, tendon pathology, peripheral nerve imaging, and other soft tissue structures, which are not always demonstrated on routine MRI exams.

MCI Diagnostic

Providing top patient care with fast results. 

7018 South Utica Avenue

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136

Hours of Operation

Mon - Sat: 7AM-11PM

Sun: 7AM-3PM

Government Contract

DUNS # 125722608

Cage Code: 3FPQ3