Radiology is used for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Radiology uses imaging technologies, such as X-ray radiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound and computed tomography (CT), to see within the human body in order to diagnose disease and abnormalities. It is usually the best, minimally invasive way of diagnosing, treating or monitoring disease and injury.
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MRI scanning is a powerful medical diagnostic tool that uses a strong magnetic field to produce high-quality images in multiple planes or directions. Imaging is to be seen and not heard. To effectively reduce noise, the cause of the noise – sharp gradient switching – has been addressed directly in a digital 1.5T silent MRI.
The Optima CT660 system helps you deliver highly competent, personalized care. You get fast, high quality acquisition at optimized dose for patients young and old, large and small, across a wide spectrum of procedures: cardiac, angiography, brain, chest, abdomen, orthopedic and more.
3D ultrasound is a medical ultrasound technique, often used in obstetric ultrasonography (during pregnancy), providing three-dimensional images of the fetus.
4D fetal ultrasounds are similar to 3D scans, with the difference associated with time: 4D allows a 3-dimensional picture in real time, rather than delayed, due to the lag associated with the computer constructed image, as in classic 3-dimensional ultrasound.
A doppler is a noninvasive test that can be used to estimate your blood flow through blood vessels. A doppler test may also help your doctor check for injuries on your arteries or to monitor certain treatments for your veins and arteries.
Digital radiography is a form of X-ray imaging, where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images.