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Department of Radiodiagnosis and Imaging


Services Offered

Digital Radiographs
Digital Radiographs (Emergency radiology) Conventional radiology (24 x 7) - CR, Conventional Radiographs, Special investigations (for GIT, GUT).
FullfieldDigital Mammography
Fullfield Digital Mammography – Screening and diagnostic mammography studies are performed.
Interventional Radiology - Diagnostic and therapeutic.
Interventional Radiology - Diagnostic and therapeutic.
Ultrasound (24 x 7)
Ultrasound (24 x 7) - Diagnostic Grey- scale (Whole body), Colour and Power Doppler and Obstetric ultrasound, Peripheral Doppler Elastrography.
Three whole body CT machines (24 x 7)
Three whole body CT machines (24 x 7) –1. Whole body 128 Slice, 2. 16 Slice3. Dual Slice applications. Apart from Routine CT scan studies – 3D CT, HRCT, CT angiography and Coronary angiography CT are performed.
Whole body 1.5T MRIsystem (24 x 7)
Whole body 1.5T MRIsystem (24 x 7) - Whole body (1.5 Tesla) applications, DTI, Perfusion, Spectroscopy, Breast and Cardiac.
3T Magnetom VIDA MRI
Department of Radio diagnosis introduced the world’s first Bio-matrix technology enabled 3T Magnetom VIDA MRI platform. This is the first such MRI installation in the entire Asia Pacific Region.
  • 70 cm Bore
  • Zero Helium Boiloff
  • Largest available gradient of 60/200
  • BioMatrix Sensors
  • Ultra High density Coils
  • Integrated respiratory Sensors
  • BioMatrix Tuners
  • Touch Panel Interfaces
Whole body 1.5T MRIsystem (24 x 7)
USG Machine Philips India Limited, Philips, Afiniti 30
USG Machine Samsung
USG Machine Samsung HS70A with 4D Abdominal and Transvaginal Probe, Shear and Strain Elastography