Harbour Radiology Services



X-rays are a type of medical imaging that use a very small amount of ionising electromagnetic radiation to image the internal structures of the body. X-rays are one of the most common forms of diagnostic imaging used around the world. Learn More


Ultrasound scans use high frequency sound waves to image the inside of your body, projecting the pictures onto a screen. Ultrasound does not use radiation and is painless. Learn More
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MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a specialised imaging technology which provides detailed images of the body using a powerful magnetic field combined with low energy radio-frequency waves (RF) to create high definition images of the tissues of the body. Unlike CT and x-Rays, MRI does not use any ionising radiation. Learn More
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Computer Tomography (CT)

Computer Tomography (CT) is an imaging modality that uses advanced types of X-rays to create three-dimensional images. CT may be used to visualise internal organs, head, neck, spine as well as extremities. Learn More

CT Coronary Angiogram

A CT coronary angiogram (CTCA) is a non-invasive imaging technique used to visualize the coronary arteries (which are the blood vessels that supply the heart muscle with oxygen-rich blood). It involves using a computed tomography (CT) scanner to generate detailed images of the coronary arteries, similar to a traditional angiogram but without the need for invasive procedures. Learn More

CT-Guided Spine Injections

Spinal interventional injections are one of the pain management procedures we offer. It is an alternative treatment for patients who are suffering from pain and not responding to conservative treatments. Learn More

Obstetric and Pregnancy Scans

Pregnancy Ultrasounds (or Obstetric Ultrasounds) are the standard, most common, imaging used to identify a pregnancy and follow the growth of the baby throughout the gestation. This scan uses sound waves to visualise the baby at all stages from first trimester to third trimester. Learn More
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Women’s Imaging

At Harbour Radiology, we offer comprehensive and specialised services tailored to meet the unique healthcare needs of women. Our team of Radiologists are highly skilled and experienced in women’s imaging, continuously enhancing their expertise through ongoing professional development programs. We collaborate closely with referring practitioners to deliver expert, safe, accurate, and personalised care to each patient. Learn More

3D Mammography/ Tomosynthesis

Mammography is a medical imaging technique using low dose X-ray to visualise inside the breast. A mammogram is a scan used to detect or screen for breast diseases. Breast tomosynthesis, often referred to as 3D mammography, is a technology whereby multiple images are taken at different angles in order to create a 3D image. This allows for greater image clarity and resolution. Learn More
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Image Guided Biopsy

Image Guided Biopsy is a procedure which takes a sample of tissue or liquid using a needle. This procedure is usually short, between 20-40 minutes and always conducted by one of our highly trained Radiologists with assistance from one of our senior technicians. Learn More

EOS Imaging

Harbour Radiology takes pride in being the first imaging provider in South West Sydney to install the EOSedge Imaging System. This ultra-low-dose 2D-3D system captures high-quality, detailed images of patients in natural standing positions. Learn More
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DEXA (dual energy X-ray absorptiometry) is used to measure bone mineral density (BMD).The process uses very low dose X-rays and is safe and non-invasive procedure commonly used to diagnose osteoporosis. Learn More
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Dental Imaging

OPG, Lat Ceph and CBCT are unique Xray's of the lower face, jaw and mouth. They are utilised primarily by Dentists or Orthodontists in all areas of practice from routine cleanings to implant surgery. Learn More