Imaging Techniques of Abdomen and Pelvis

Technological advancements in imaging have led to various non-invasive and safe imaging modalities to visualize the organs of the abdomen and pelvis, without the need for the “explorative surgical techniques” that cause more harm than good. CT, MRI, and ultrasonography have improved the ability of the surgeons to visualize, investigate and diagnose abdominopelvic complications and monitor treatment efficacy. Although X-rays are still fundamental and are often used as the first line of imaging modality, they are now being succeeded by cross-sectional imaging. Endoscopic ultrasound and positron emission tomography (PET) are also being preferred over CT and MRI with whole new methods which are considered safer and easier and cost-effective. 

  • Female Pelvic MRI
  • Kidney and Adrenal Imaging
  • Pelvic Floor and Perineum
  • Pelvic MRI
  • Prostate Imaging
  • Colonography
  • 3D ultrasound
  • CT/ PET and MRI Scans
  • CT and MRI Angiography
  • Fluroscopy
  • 3T Prostate MRI

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