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A medical imaging technique that is widely used in medical practice for both diagnostic and monitoring purposes. It uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the internal structures of the body. It is a safe and non-invasive method for visualizing various anatomical structures and assessing their function.

It is an essential component of modern healthcare as it is safe, providing real-time capabilities, and no radiation exposure.


Doppler Studies

This is a specialized type of ultrasound that assesses blood flow by measuring the Doppler shift in sound waves as they bounce off moving blood cells.

It is non-invasive, painless, and provides real-time information, making it a valuable tool for diagnosing and monitoring a wide range of medical conditions.


General X-ray

General X-ray, also known as plain X-ray or radiography, is a widely used medical imaging technique that employs X-ray radiation to create static images of the inside of the body. It is commonly used to visualize bones, organs, and other structures to diagnose a variety of medical conditions. This is a fundamental tool in medical imaging for its ability to provide quick and valuable diagnostic information.


Low Dose CT

It is a specialized form of computed tomography imaging that is designed to minimize the amount of radiation exposure to patients while still providing high-quality diagnostic images. It is an important advancement in medical imaging because it allows for safer and more frequent imaging when needed, with the goal of early detection and monitoring of medical conditions while minimizing the potential risks associated with radiation exposure.


Dental Imaging

Dental imaging refers to the use of various imaging techniques to capture detailed images of the teeth, jaws, and surrounding oral structures for diagnostic and treatment planning purposes. Dental imaging plays a crucial role in dentistry, as it helps dentists and dental specialists diagnose dental conditions and plan appropriate treatments.


Interventional Procedures

Interventional procedures refer to a broad category of medical treatments and diagnostic techniques that involve the use of minimally invasive methods to access, visualize, and treat various medical conditions. These procedures are typically performed with the guidance of medical imaging techniques, such as ultrasound or CT scans, to precisely target and treat specific areas of the body. They offer several advantages, including reduced risk, quicker recovery, and less pain compared to traditional surgical methods.

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