The Department of Radiology have following facilities:
- Ultra Sound and USG Guided FNAC
- CT Scan and CT Guided Biopsies
- MRI (Plain and Contrast)
- All types of X-Rays
In the investigation of tumors with conventional magnetic resonance imaging, both quantitative characteristics, such as size, edema, necrosis, and presence of metastases, and qualitative characteristics, such as contrast enhancement degree, can be obtained. MRI produces three-dimensional images in a noninvasive way, without the risks of ionizing radiation and with excellent spatial and contrast resolution, allowing for a very accurate tumor evaluation.
The detailed morphological study in association with the new functional imaging techniques allows for an appropriate approach to cancer patients, including the phases of diagnosis, staging, response evaluation and follow-up, with a positive impact on their quality of life and survival rate.