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Imaging Services

We use state-of-the-art devices equipped with cutting-edge technology to offer effective, fast, and premium diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine and radiation therapy services.

Radiology

Fully-digital advanced systems provide detailed and satisfactory images for diagnostic studies with short procedure times. Devices used by the radiology department include:

  • 3T and 1.5 T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner
  • 128-Slice Computerized Tomography (CT) Scanner
  • Digital X-ray (stationary and mobile)
  • Doppler ultrasound
  • Mammography with Stereotaxis, Tomosynthesis, and Biopsy capabilities
  • Whole-body Bone Densitometry
  • DSA (Interventional Angiography)
  • Fluoroscopy
Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine involves the use of radioisotopes for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. The Nuclear Medicine department conducts functional imaging of disorders that involve almost any organ system and at the same time, offers therapies for certain tumors and inflammatory conditions, particularly of the thyroid gland. Devices available in the department include:

  • SPECT
  • SPECT CT
  • PET CT
Radiotherapy

Using the linear accelerators with IMRT, IGRT, VMAT and Rapid Arc capabilities available in our radiation oncology department, the target lesion (tumor) is identified with a high accuracy, which helps to avoid damage to neighboring healthy tissues.

While a high dose is delivered rapidly to the target lesion (tumor), dose exposure to other areas is reduced by as much as 70%. This rapid delivery of high doses to the target lesion shortens the duration of the therapy. This feature also minimizes the risk of secondary cancers, which is particularly of great benefit when treating childhood tumors.

Throughout the therapy, the tumor location is checked daily, its dimensions and size are remeasured and reset to provide the therapy in the most appropriate position to the patient.

Thanks to our cutting-edge Linak devices, we can also perform advanced Stereotactic Radiation Therapy (SRT) and Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS).