Radiodiagnostics

Resonance

Open Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging allows diagnostic imaging tests of the whole body and specific tests of the structures of the central and peripheral nervous system. Open Magnetic Resonance Imaging facilitates the performance of tests for people who find it difficult to remain still in a closed system, such as people who suffer from claustrophobia.

Conventional radiology

Computed Axial Tomography (CT) scanning

Computed Axial Tomography, also known by the acronyms CT or CAT, is an X-ray scan that produces axial slice images of the body. It produces very precise images of the inside of the body and its different organs, allowing for very rigorous diagnoses.

TAC

Conventional radiology

Conventional radiology is the most common method of radiodiagnosis, and it is still the most widely used technique today. Radiological images are obtained quickly and show the anatomy of the human body in grey scale, allowing for the detection and diagnosis of different pathologies.

Doppler

Conventional / transcranial ultrasound

Thanks to ultrasound we can provide images in the following clinical applications: paediatric, small parts, breast, abdomino-pelvic, urological, gynaecological, musculoskeletal, cardiac (adult and paediatric), echo-Doppler, peripheral vascular... Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography allows us to evaluate haemodynamic parameters in the cerebral circulation.

Densitometry

Densitometry

Used for the diagnosis of bone pathologies, such as osteoporosis and osteopenia; to assess the risk of fractures; to study the amount, distribution and ratio of bone, fat and lean tissue (muscle) in the different body regions; to calculate BMI (body mass index).

Radiological Tests Available

CT and MRI studies WITHOUT intravenous contrast.
  • Skull X-ray
  • Orbital X-ray
  • Breast X-ray
  • Jaw X-ray
  • Cavum X-ray
  • Bone X-Ray
  • Cervical Spine X-ray
  • Neck X-ray
  • Dorsal Spine X-ray
  • Chest X-ray
  • Costal Grill X-ray
  • Clavicle X-ray
  • Abdomen X-ray
  • Pelvis X-ray
  • Lumbar Spine X-ray
  • Sacral/ Coccyx X-ray
  • Shoulder X-ray
  • Elbow X-ray
  • Wrist X-ray
  • Finger X-ray
  • Humerus X-ray
  • Forearm X-ray
  • Hand X-ray
  • Hip X-ray
  • Knee X-ray
  • Ankle X-ray
  • Finger X-ray
  • Femur X-ray
  • Leg X-ray
  • Foot X-ray
  • ThoracicAbdominoPelvic CT scan
  • ThoracoAbdominal CT
  • AbdominoPelvic CT
  • Brain CT
  • Cervical CT
  • TAC C.A.I
  • Paranasal Sinuses CT
  • Orbital CT
  • Lumbo-Sacral CT
  • TAC Dorsal Spine
  • Thoracic CT
  • Abdominal CT
  • Pelvic CT
  • TAC Hips
  • TAC Knees
  • TAC Shoulders
  • Lumbar CT
  • TAC Ankles
  • Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Brain, Pituitary, Orbits...)
  • Spinal MRI (Cervical, Dorsal and Lumbar)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Shoulders
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Elbows
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Hands
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Wrists
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Pelvis and Hips
  • Knee MRI
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the ankle
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the foot
  • Densitometry
  • Thermography

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