Our Radiology wing at Phoenix Hospital is a one stop station for all radiological services providing an extensive Range of Diagnostic Imaging Services – X-Ray & CT Scans. Qualified Technical & Support Staff Provide the Best Patient Care.
We have a 1.5 Tesla short length & Ultra-Wide Bore MRI. This machine is specially designed for claustrophobic patients. It has most advanced imaging software for Neurology, Cardiology, and Musculoskeletal applications.
The 64 slice Multi Detector CT Scan (MDCT) which can provide Cardiac Calcium Scoring, CT- cardiac Angiogram, whole-body CT Angiogram and 3D reconstruction.
The Ultrasound section can conduct Carotid Doppler, Obstetrics & Gynecology imaging, Abdomen & Pelvis imaging, Breast Imaging, 3D and 4D imaging
We are equipped with completely digital X-ray units capable of displaying images immediately after the procedure. The integrated PACS system allows images to be viewed by referring physicians in their respective consultation rooms reducing patient time. This section is equipped with the following:
A mammogram is an important step in taking care of yourself and your breasts. Mammogram uses low power x-rays imaging to find out any abnormalities in breasts. Many centers still use analog mammograms, meaning the images are printed on film. However, digital mammography is now available with us, allowing our radiologist to capture and manipulate the images so abnormalities can be seen more easily.
Digital Fluoroscopy is a form of X-ray that allows us to view deep structures of the body in real – time. It provides incredibly detailed images of function and the structure of areas like the intestines, bladder, cardiac muscle, and stomach.
An OPG is a panoramic or wide view x-ray of the lower face, which displays all the teeth of the upper and lower jaw on a single film. It demonstrates the number, position, and growth of all the teeth including those that have not yet surfaced or erupted. A digital OPG eliminates the need for repeated scans, which reduces costs and reduces patient exposure to radiation. Other significant advantages include instantly viewable images, the ability to enhance images andsending images through electronic media.
Portable radiographic units are used for radiographic imaging of patients who cannot be moved to the radiology department and who are in areas such as intensive and critical care units or operating and emergency rooms.