Diagnostic medical lab services in Reston
Reston Hospital Center provides full-service diagnostic laboratory testing to help physicians provide accurate diagnoses and treatments. Our inpatient and outpatient facilities in northern Virginia provide a wide range of services, and same-day or next-day appointments are available for many procedures.
To make an appointment for an outpatient test, please call (703) 689-9005.
3D stereotactic biopsy
A 3D stereotactic biopsy uses imaging tools, such as X-ray, to guide the removal of tissue samples for examination.
Lung cancer screening
A lung cancer screening uses imaging techniques to detect nodules on the lungs that could be cancerous. Reston Hospital offers the most advanced screening practices in northern Virginia, including endobronchial ultrasounds and low-dose computed tomography (CT) scans.
Blood test panels can provide your physician with insights into your health and help him or her diagnose a variety of conditions. We offer the full range of blood panels at Reston Hospital.
Our Women's Imaging Center offers a full spectrum of breast diagnostic services, from mammograms to biopsies.
This is a minimally invasive, endoscopic procedure that uses radiofrequency ablation (heat energy) to destroy abnormal cells in patients with Barrett's esophagus.
Heart scan (coronary calcium scan)
A coronary calcium scan uses a special X-ray to take images of your heart's arteries. This test allows your doctor to see if there is calcium build up within the arteries, which may signify heart disease.
We offer a wide range of prenatal screenings to provide you and your doctor with essential information about your unborn baby's health.
Stereotactic radiosurgery is a minimally invasive, nonsurgical, radiation therapy technique used to treat a variety of disorders and tumors.
Reston Hospital provides a wide range of digestive testing and esophageal studies to measure motility and pH balances, which helps your doctor diagnose gastrointestinal conditions.
Pulmonary function tests
Pulmonary function tests indicate how well your lungs are working and can help your doctor diagnose the underlying reasons for trouble breathing or other respiratory symptoms.