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Our CT Scanners

64 Slice CT Scanner

Helical imaging capability and 3D capability. Achieves faster scanning and reconstruction with more clarity. 

A.S.I.R (Organ Dose Modulation)- Dose reduction method that can achieve 40% lower dosage yet delivers excellent image quality. Follows Nema XR-25 2010 dosage standards 

GE Optima 660 CT Scanner

64/128 Slice Cat Scanner

One of the world's fastest and most accurate scanners with very low dose radiation using ASIR software and protocols

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Facility Specifics 

ACR (American College of Radiology) Certified in Computed Tomography. Soon to be ACR certified in Low Dose Lung Screening. Artificial intelligence in lung imaging capabilities 

CT Services

  • All body parts
  • CT angiography
  • Cardiovascular
  • Chest imaging
  • Oncology
  • Cardiac scoring
  • Low dose lung screen
  • 3D imaging
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Aortic Aneurysms
  • Calcified Heart Valves
  • Enlarged Heart


  • Fluid on the Heart
  • Inflammation/Thickening of Membrane Covering the Heart
  • Tumors of the Heart
  • Atherosclerosis of the Ascending/Descending Aorta
  • Calcified Lymph Nodes
  • Congenital Abnormalities involving Coronary Arteries
  • Abdomen and Pelvis Screening
  • Lung Screening
  • Cancer Screening
  • Heart Disease (Calcium Scoring)
  • CT Chest with/without Contrast and more!

 Affordable Imaging Services is committed to providing the best possible CT experience in the most comfortable environment to patients in the Greater Cincinnati Area. We offer our state-of-the-art CT imaging in our conveniently located office in the Eastgate area.

Lung Screening

These lung screening reports are submitted to the ordering physician within 24 hours or sooner.  Images and medical records are kept for a minimum of seven years.  Reminders can also be sent out when another screening is due. 

Early detection saves lives 

Patients that meet these criteria are eligible for lung screening 

  • Age 50 – 77 
  • Have no signs or symptoms of lung cancer 
  • Are you current smokers or have you quit within the last 15 years 
  • Long-term tobacco smoking history 

The best way to know if you have lung cancer is to be screened.  Even if someone does not have lung cancer it provides a starting point for later screening.