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St. Michael Hospital's Radiology Center offers a full range of imaging services and provides our patients with the most up-to-date technological advances and innovative treatment options in diagnostic testing. We are dedicated in providing quality patient care and ensuring that quality and safety standards are upheld.
Our fully qualified Radiologists and Research Faculty are dedicated to discovering more accurate, effective and efficient methods to visualize and understand the intricacies of the human body and disease processes. Our technologists are dedicated to providing patients with comfortable, safe and professional imaging exam using the latest imaging technology (64-sliced CT scan, Mammogram, 3-D Cardiac Echogram, Ultrasound, Digital X-ray).
A CT Scan is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions by using advanced x-ray technology to take pictures of your body.
A mammogram is a low-dose x-ray with high-contrast, high-resolution film for examination of the breasts to assist in the detection of breast diseases.
Echocardiography uses sound waves to produce an image of the heart and to see how it is functioning. Depending on the type of echocardiography test they use, doctors can learn about the size, shape, and movement of your heart muscle. This test can also show how the heart valves are working and how blood is flowing through your heart. Echocardiography can also give doctors information about your arteries.
Ultrasound is a simple, safe, painless diagnostic procedure that bounces high-frequency sound waves off parts of the body and captures the returning “echoes” as images. There is no injection or radiation exposure associated with ultrasound.
We offer many different types of ultrasound exams including abdomen, carotids, venous, pelvis, thyroid, renal, scrotum, and obstetrical. Ultrasound is able to capture moving images of pelvic and abdominal structures.
An X-ray is a non-invasive diagnostic test that involves a low dose of radiation. An x-ray “beam” is used to produce images of various parts of the body. Because it is limited to the area of interest it is an extremely safe diagnostic tool.
GUIDELINES BEFORE DIAGNOSTIC EXAMINATIONS
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GENERAL PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS