The Department of Radiology and nuclear medicine at Max health hospital is well-equipped with sophisticated and most-advanced equipment including 128 Slice CT, 3T MRI, 3D and 4 D Ultrasound machines, Digital X-rays, IVUS- FFR Cath lab, PET CT with robust features capable of providing a complete spectrum of high-resolution radiological imagery. World-class equipment with the top-notch radiological diagnostic features provide comprehensive, elaborate and precise imagery within a short time period with the least radiation exposure. Our experienced team of radiologists with hands-on expertise provide detailed information about structural or disease related changes through diagnostic imaging and interpreting the results of these imaging exams. Senior radiologists are well-supported by consultant radiologists, radiology nurses, technicians and supportive staff to counsel, support, guide and instruct patients about the importance of imaging in the diagnosis of disease. They comfort the patients with compassionate care to ensure their support in obtaining top-quality results of the tests.
A decade old experience has endlessly finetuned our objective to optimizing imaging for diagnostic services, therapy and teaching. Our world-renowned radiologists are at the forefront of managing diseases with their immense expertise and experience and work collaboratively with the specialists across all specialities. They are determined to provide the best possible care for patients.In addition to interpreting diagnostic images and providing indispensable information, our radiologists also help in the prevention of diseases by screening life-threatening conditions like cancers, which helps in early detection, staging and treatment. They also monitor cancer therapy with diagnosis, treatment monitoring and therapy.
The following procedures are usually done in collaboration with oncologists and interventional radiologists.
Detecting and staging cancer
Detecting rare tumors of pancreas and adrenal glands
Localizing sentinel lymph nodes before surgery in cancer of breast, skin and soft tissues
Planning cancer treatment and evaluating the response
Detecting the recurrence of cancer
Pregnancy and fetal medicine: Antenatal pregnancy scans, targeted imaging for fetal anomalies (TIFFA) scans.
Analyzing native and transplant organ for blood flow and functioning
Assessing intra-operative and post-operative complications
Evaluating diseases (or damage) of organs in digestive, renal, respiratory, circulatory and endocrine system
Evaluating inflammation and blockade in lymphatic system (lymphedema)
Evaluating systemic infection and fever of unknown origin