Diagnostic Imaging

Precision for simple, safe diagnosis and prevention

The purpose of the Diagnostic Imaging Department at the EuroEspes Medical Center is to provide the physician with the most accurate diagnosis possible of his patients, by means of a wide array of techniques and the experience of its personnel, thus to personalize the treatment.

Open Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance makes possible the execution of high-resolution image diagnostic tests on the entire organism, and specific tests on the structures of the central and peripheral nervous systems. Open Magnetic Resonance facilitates the execution of tests on those persons who have difficulty in remaining motionless in an all-enveloping system.

Computerized axial tomography (CAT)

Computerized Axial Tomography, commonly known as a CAT-Scan, is an X-ray examination that provides images of axial slices of the body. It obtains highly accurate images of the interior of the organism and of its different organs, enabling very precise diagnoses.

Conventional radiology

Conventional radiology is the most common method of radiodiagnosis, and is still the type most frequently used. Radiological images are obtained rapidly, and they portray the anatomy of the human body in shades of gray.


Thanks to ultrasound we can provide images for the following clinical applications: pediatrics, small parts, abdomen and pelvis, urology, gynecology, musculoskeletal, cardiac (adult and pediatric), echo-Doppler, peripheral vascular system…
Transcranial Doppler ultrasound enables the assessment of hemodynamic parameters in the cerebral circulation.


Used for the diagnosis of osteoporosis, to assess the risk of fractures; to study the amount, distribution and relationship between bone tissue, fat and muscle in different regions of the body. Also used to calculate the BMI (Body Mass Index).