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Services

At Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Center for Diagnostic Imaging's (CDI) convenient outpatient location in Greenfield, WI, we offer the highest quality medical imaging. The list of services below takes you to information that describes the exam and gives you an idea of what to expect before your appointment. When you are ready to schedule or if you have any questions, call us at 414-774-7226. We look forward to serving you

High-field MRI

High-field MRI Scaner

Our High-field MRI captures high-quality, clear images, so you can be confident in your diagnosis. 


Mammogram

Mammogram technologist with a patient

An annual screening mammogram is recommended for women beginning at age of 40, according to the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI). The American Cancer Society also recommends that women have the choice to begin mammography screening at age 40. For the complete, updated ACS guidelines, click here. Then, talk with your provider to find out what's best for you.

CDI makes getting your annual screening mammogram easy with our conveniently located center.

We also offer 3D mammogram (tomosynthesis) screenings.


X-ray

front office associate

X-ray exams at CDI's Greenfield center are quick and convenient. We can often work patients in the same-day, but in order to make your experience as positive as possible we ask that you please call ahead to verify insurance and wait times. 

Arthrogram

Arthrography is a diagnostic study of the joint structures within the body that uses contrast to evaluate the joint structure. An arthrogram is sometimes performed as a sole diagnostic test. If the site and nature of the injury are clearly apparent, the diagnostic process may stop here. In other cases, arthrography can be the first phase of a diagnostic process that also includes CT or MRI scans.