Who we are 

Garran Medical Imaging (GMI) is exactly what you might expect  from a diagnostic medical imaging centre. Our staff are friendly, competent, and able to tailor every service for your requirements. Our practice has been designed to provide excellence at every interaction. We have not compromised. Our equipment, our procedures, and our diagnostic protocols are bench marked on the world’s best. Some of our protocols are setting new benchmarks and some of our scans are world firsts. 

Your diagnostic journey — from referral through booking, check–in, scanning, completion and results’ delivery — will be carefully mapped to ensure a comfortable, stress free experience. 98% of our patients would recommend us.

Garran Medical Imaging aims to be an integral part of the management for doctors and patients. We seek to network with referring doctors to solve problems and de–stress the journey through the medical system.

For more about our story click here.

Conveniently located at Garran Shops, just 500 metres from The Canberra and National Capital Private Hospitals.

The team at Garran Medical Imaging
The team at Garran Medical Imaging

We are not limited by convention. We want to make a difference and be part of your solution

Our services

GMI guarantees all patients a personal, caring medical imaging service experience.
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Dr Iain Duncan
Dr Kevin Osborn
Nick Ingold

Latest resources and news

  • Our GMI Landmarks

    2019 Dr Iain Duncan presented the experience of GMI to an audience of the World’s best at the World Molecular Imaging Summit in Lausanne, Switzerland -can see the whole lecture here. GMI completes its 200th Tc-PSMA scan and 2000th shear wave liver scan 2018 Presented our xSPECT quant experience at the 12th World Congress of the World […]

  • GMI research

    Publications

    Garran Medical Imaging undertakes quality medical imaging research in a private practice setting. It is been important for us to contribute in as many ways as we can to improving medical care. In addition it helps us confirm the validity of our practices. When we adopt new techniques we to look carefully at existing research […]

  • Scan showing prostate cancer in a lymph node

    PSMA Scan for prostate cancer

    What is a PSMA scan? PSMA stands for prostate specific membrane antigen, which is  a complex protein found in the cell walls of many types of cell, but greatly increased in prostate cancer. Radio-tracers have been developed to attach to the antigen and thus show up abnormal cells, usually related to prostate cancer. A nuclear […]

  • Dr Iain Duncan
  • Lumbar spine xSPECT

    What is quantitative bone imaging?

    Quantitative bone imaging is where we measure exactly the amount of tracer in a given volume of interest. This capability has only now become possible with new technological and computer analysis techniques with the use of a specially calibrated xSPECT gamma camera. When analysing the data, we express the result in SUV (standard uptake values), which is […]

  • Calcification T10,11 Lig Flavum MRI 0001

    Back pain and Bone scans

    PECT-CT bone scans of the spine have become a clinically useful part of the evaluation of back pain. Uptake seen on a SPECT-CT correlates with metabolic activity in bone and the increased resolution and specificity of SPECT-CT has allowed a greater number and variety of clinically relevant findings.

  • PRP injection
  • Shearwave Elastography of the Liver 10minute video
  • Liver Elastography

    Liver Elastography

    What is liver elastography? Liver elastography is also known as shearwave elastography and is a novel technique of assessing tissue stiffness and hence fibrosis.  This technique measures the speed of ultrasound waves as they pass through the liver. The “shearwave” is a perpendicular wave produced as a result of a generated ultrasound pulse through the tissues. […]

  • xSPECT Bone

    xSPECT Bone

    A mobile friendly slideshow of this post about xSPECT bone can be found here. For those with a professional interest see our paper in the European Journal of Hybrid Imaging , see Dr Iain Duncan’s lecture at the 2019 World Molecular Imaging Summit at Lausanne in Switzerland, or visit Siemens healthineers. Nuclear Imaging: The old v new Nuclear Medicine […]

  • PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections for tendon  injury and osteoarthritis
  • Parathyroid adenoma detection in 2016

    Parathyroid adenoma detection in 2016

    Hyperparathyroidism is most commonly due to parathyroid adenomas or carcinomas. These can frequently be detected with dual phase Sestamibi scans. The sensitivity for detection is poor with planar and SPECT imaging (60-80%) but with the advent of SPECT-CT much higher sensitivities have been achieved (>85%). Multi-glandular disease is uncommon but paradoxically more difficult to detect with all modalities. Now […]

  • To biopsy or not -the thyroid nodule dilemna

    To biopsy or not -the thyroid nodule dilemna

    Thyroid nodules are very common and a small percentage of these are malignant. Ask 10 thyroid specialists about their approach to biopsy and diagnosis and you will get 10 different approaches. All will be rational and based on reasonable scientific data and on experience. The different approaches arise because the research is varied in its […]

  • Ultrasound Aortic Aneurysm Screening

    Ultrasound Aortic Aneurysm Screening

    A recent draft has been published by The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)  that recommends the following: Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) by ultrasonography in men ages 65 to 75 years who have ever smoked. The USPSTF recommends that clinicians selectively offer screening for AAA in men ages 65 to 75 years who […]

  • Imaging prosthetic joints in nuclear medicine

    Imaging prosthetic joints in nuclear medicine

    Imaging prosthetic joints in nuclear medicine involves using several different radiotracers. The tracers discussed in this article are: Tc-MDP: bone scintigraphy Tc-sulesomab:  in vivo labelled Fab fragment of IgG1.  While this also binds to neutrophils (5%) and therefore should mimic WBC labelled scans it has a non-specific accumulation at infected sites. 35% of activity at […]

  • Nuclear Medicine for dummies

    Nuclear Medicine for dummies

    A guide to nuclear medicine procedures.

 

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