Radiology and Imaging 24/7
128-slice computed tomography scan:
- Abdomen with contrast medium
- Vascular studies of any kind
- Coronary angiotomography
- Virtual colonoscopy
- Urinary tract
- Soft organs
- Ultrasound-guided biopsies of any type (breast, prostate, thyroid)
- Tomography-guided biopsies
- Resonance-guided biopsies
- Ultrasound intervention procedures
- Prostate biopsies
- Skull (with contrast)
- Heart - ventricular function - morphological studie
During specific MRI tests, metabolic disorders of the nervous system and other body areas can be observed.
Coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA)
Uses an injection of iodine-containing contrast material and CT scanning to examine the arteries that supply blood to the heart and determine whether they have been narrowed.
Prostate Assessment Protocol
The prostate is a gland located under the bladder of men that produces fluid for semen. Early detection and timely treatment of malignant diseases such as cancer are vital.
Ultrasound breast screening
Unlike CT scans and X-rays, an ultrasound does not use ionizing radiation. For this reason, doctors often recommend an ultrasound for individuals who are not candidates for radiation-based imaging techniques.
Bone density test. Fibroscan® (Transient Elastography)
FibroScan® is a non-invasive device that assesses the 'hardness' (or stiffness) of the liver via the technique of transient elastography. A Bone density test is used to measure bone mineral content and density.