Back Clinic Imaging & Diagnostics Team. Dr. Alex Jimenez works with top-rated diagnosticians and imaging specialists. In our association, imaging specialists provide fast, courteous, and top-quality results. In collaboration with our offices, we provide the quality of service our patients’ mandate and deserve. Diagnostic Outpatient Imaging (DOI) is a state-of-the-art Radiology center in El Paso, TX. It is the only center of its kind in El Paso, owned and operated by a Radiologist.
This means when you come to DOI for a radiologic exam, every detail, from the design of the rooms, the choice of the equipment, the hand-picked technologists, and the software which runs the office, is carefully chosen or designed by the Radiologist and not by an accountant. Our market niche is one center of excellence. Our values related to patient care are: We believe in treating patients the way we would treat our family and we will do our best to ensure that you have a good experience at our clinic.
This is a brief review of some of the essential pediatric complaints encountered in clinical practice. Acute Trauma including acute… Read More
Diagnosis of the diseases of the abdomen can be classified into: Abnormalities of the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, stomach, small… Read More
Core Anatomy Note generations of the tracheal-bronchial tree, lobes, segments, and fissures. Note secondary pulmonary lobule (1.5-2-cm)-the basic functional unit… Read More
Head Trauma: Skull Fractures SKULL FX: COMMON IN THE SETTINGS OF HEAD INJURIES. SKULL FX OFTEN POINT TO OTHER COMPLICATING… Read More
Most healthcare providers use x-rays as a diagnostic tool to treat a variety of patient complaints, including chiropractors. They can… Read More
Wrist & Hand Trauma Distal Radius & Ulnar Fractures (Colles, Smith's, Barton's, Chauffeur's, DiePunch)- complicated by 50% ulnar styloid Fx,… Read More
Acute Elbow Trauma In adults: Radial head Fx is the m/c (33%) and accounts for 1.5-4% of all fractures. Etiology:… Read More
Overview of Shoulder Anatomy Acute Trauma Proximal humeral Fx account for 4-6% of all Fxs. Osteoporotic (OSP) Fx in >60… Read More
Lisfranc Fracture-Dislocation M/C dislocation of the foot at tarsal-metatarsal articulation (Lisfranc joint). Direct impact or landing and plantar or dorsal… Read More
Ankle Fractures 10% of all fractures. 2nd m/c following femoral neck Fx. Demographics: active young males and older osteoporotic females… Read More
Sagittal Fluid Sensitivity Sagittal Fluid Sensitive MR slice showing large synovial popliteal (Baker's) cyst (above top image) and sizeable synovial… Read More
Degenerative Knee Arthritis Knee Arthritis Knee OA (arthrosis) is the m/c symptomatic OA with 240 cases per 100,000, 12.5% of… Read More
Bone Neoplasms Tumor-Like Conditions Bone neoplasms and tumor-like conditions affecting the knee can be benign or malignant. Age at Dx… Read More
Meniscal Tears Acute or chronic. Imaged with MRI (95% sensitivity & 81% specificity) Menisci are formed by a composition… Read More