Radiology is a specialized field in medicine that utilizes various imaging modalities, including radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, ultrasound, and computed tomography, to diagnose and treat patients. Our team of highly trained radiologists employs these advanced tools and techniques to observe, analyze, and provide effective rehabilitation for our patients. We are committed to offering state-of-the-art scanning equipment that provides accurate data while ensuring minimal disruption to the patient. Our comprehensive range of scanning procedures includes ultrasound scanning, CT scanning, MRI scanning, and X-ray.
X-ray imaging employs radiation to visualize the internal bone structure of the body and detect any abnormalities. As the oldest and most widely used imaging technique, radiography is utilized by our doctors, in collaboration with radiologists, to identify various diseases in different areas of the body. Our radiologists prioritize the safe administration of X-rays with minimal radiation exposure.
Ultrasound imaging is another important modality offered by our radiology department. It utilizes high-frequency sound waves to create real-time images of the internal structures of the body. This non-invasive and painless procedure is commonly used to examine organs, soft tissues, and blood flow. Our skilled radiologists use ultrasound to diagnose various conditions, including abdominal and pelvic abnormalities, vascular diseases, and prenatal screenings. With the help of advanced ultrasound technology, we can provide accurate and detailed images to aid in the assessment and management of our patients’ health.
Radiology plays a vital role in modern medicine, enabling doctors to accurately diagnose and treat various health conditions. Our team of specialized doctors and radiologists utilizes this essential facility to obtain real-time images of the internal structures, aiding in the formulation of effective treatment plans. From diagnosing bone fractures to detecting life-threatening diseases like cancer, our scanning methods are frequently employed to ensure optimal patient care.