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Our advanced radiology center in Alexis Multispecialty Hospital utilizes a combination of highly developed technologies and skilled department members to ensure that patients receive a detailed and accurate diagnosis and that they remain as comfortable as possible during radiology procedures.
The Department of Radiology and Imaging in Alexis Multispecialty Hospital offers a wide range of imaging services and advanced procedures to diagnose a variety of conditions. Our radiology specialists have expertise in virtually every imaging area, including Abdominal imaging, Cardiothoracic imaging, Neuroradiology, Head and neck imaging, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Breast imaging and Ultrasonography.
Patients are referred for these procedures by our hospitals doctors as well as outside doctors.
The Department of Radiology and Imaging is equipped with state-of -art facilities including:
Routine x-rays of the body are performed for outpatients as well as in-patients with our Digital Radiography units. (Multix fusion) 800 MAS
This uses dynamic imaging to look at internal organs in the body using contrast media such as Barium, which demonstrates Gastrointestinal System and iodinated contrast, which demonstrates Urinary System. Following Special Radiological procedures are performed under fluoroscopy-Intravenous Urography (IVU),Micturating Cysto Urethrogram(MCUG), Barium studies for Esophagus, Stomach, Small and Large Intestines, Hysterosalpingography (HSG), Fistulography and Sinography.
Ultrasound is a form of diagnostic imaging that does not use ionizing radiation. Instead sound waves are used, which reflect from the body tissues giving an image on the screen. There are three main areas where Ultrasound is performed:
(Doppler Ultra Sound with trans -cranial Doppler facility and neuro-sonogram for neonates and infants.)
CT scanner is used for examination of any part of the body. The CT is a specialized type of diagnostic imaging using x-rays, which is able to create cross-sectional imaging simulating ‘slices’ through the body. Whole body CT studies can be performed including CT angiography. Three dimensional imaging is also possible, for example, in orthopedic and facial reconstruction as well as in angiography. Biopsies can be performed under CT guidance to avoid the need for the patient to have an ‘open’ biopsy in an operating theatre.
MRI uses magnets and radio waves to create image of the body. It is extensively used for neurological and musculoskeletal imaging. MRI studies of Brain, Neck, Chest, Abdomen, and Pelvis are also performed. There are facilities for advanced studies like Diffusion Weighted Imaging, MR angiography, MR Venography, MR Cholangiopancreatography, MR Urography and MR spectroscopy. Because of magnetic field generated, it is not suitable imaging technique for patients who have pacemaker, metallic coils or other piece of ‘metal’ in their bodies. As MRI does not use ionizing radiation and can create detailed images of soft tissue, it can be used for the detection of many diseases.
Mammography is a specific type of imaging that uses a low dose x-ray system to examine breasts. Mammography is used to aid in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases.
Bone density scanning also called Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) or Bone Densitometry. It is an enhanced form of x-ray technology that is used to measure bone loss. DEXA is today’s established standard for measuring Bone Mineral Density (BMD). DEXA is often performed on lower spine, hips and wrists. In children and some adults, the whole body is sometime scanned. DEXA is most often used to diagnose osteoporosis, a condition causing bones to become thinner, more fragile and more likely to break.
PACS has been installed in Radiology and Imaging Department, which facilitates rapid image processing and reporting.