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Radiology

The Department of Radiology at Eternal Hospital provides a full range of radiological services related to MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, X-Rays and intervention procedures. We have installed technologically advanced, state-of-the-art medical equipment in our endeavor to provide the best diagnostic output with excellent patient comfort. The department is also actively involved in pushing boundaries in the world of radiology and imaging through various research activities.

Ingenia 3.0T - First digital broadband MR scanner is an noninvasive imaging technology that produces images of the anatomy and the physiological processes of the body without use of radiation. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields, radio waves, and field gradients to generate images of the organs in the body. 3.0T MRI at Eternal Hospital is the latest patient centric MRI powered by the breakthrough Stream architecture, X tend magnet system and Multi-Transmit RF system  which delivers a highly pure MR signal for increased SNR, combined with greater efficiency and enhanced workflow.

Our latest generation 3.0T offers clinical benefits across spectrum of medical specialties by using advanced applications in Neuro, Spine, Vascular, Abdomen, Whole-body, Breast, Cardiac, Pre- cochlear implants, Musculoskeletal, Ortho etc.

  • MRI
  • Abdominal Ultrasound Scan
  • CT Scan
  • Ultrasound
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MRI CARTIGRAM is a T2 mapping sequence and processing utility used to non-invasively detect changes in the collagen component of the extracellular cartilage matrix. This technique acquires multiple echoes at different TE times at each slice location that represent different T2 weighting. The acquired data can be processed to produce T2 color maps which demonstrate more subtle changes in cartilage ultrastructure that are not visible on gray scale MR images. It is very helpful in detecting early osteoarthritis, osteochondritis dessicans and in postoperative patients.

Blood-oxygen-level dependent contrast imaging, or BOLD-contrast imaging, is a method used in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to observe different areas of the brain or other organs, which are found to be active at any given time. Blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) imaging is the standard technique used to generate images in functional MRI (fMRI) studies, and relies on regional differences in cerebral blood flow to delineate regional activity. Diffusion tensor imaging is able to measure direction and alignment of white matter fibres and helps to detect and characterize white matter disease.

MRI SIALOGRAPHY is a noninvasive technique to evaluate disease of salivary ducts.It has an advantage of depicting glandular parenchyma in addition to sialolithiasis and other changes in ductal structure.

NON CONTRAST RENAL AND PERIPHERAL MR ANGIOGRAPHIES - In 3.0 T MRI excellent image quality non contrast renal and peripheral angiographies can be performed which is very helpful in renal disease patients in whom contrast is contraindicated.

MRI PERFUSION imaging is used to measure a variety of different parameters, which provide different and complementary information about regional brain perfusion in a patient with acute stroke.  It has been used successfully to establish the diagnosis of cerebral ischemia in the absence of other objective evidence, and helps in selecting patients for thrombolytic therapy.

MRI CARTIGRAM is a T2 mapping sequence and processing utility used to non-invasively detect changes in the collagen component of the extracellular cartilage matrix. This technique acquires multiple echoes at different TE times at each slice location that represent different T2 weighting. The acquired data can be processed to produce T2 color maps which demonstrate more subtle changes in cartilage ultrastructure that are not visible on gray scale MR images. It is very helpful in detecting early osteoarthritis, osteochondritis dessicans and in postoperative patients.

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