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Know About Radiology

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Radiology is a branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats disease using imaging technology. Diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology are the two subspecialties of radiology.

  1. Intervention radiologists are frequently involved in the treatment of cancers or tumors, blockages in the arteries and veins, fibroids in the uterus, back pain, liver problems, and kidney problems.
  2. Diagnostic radiology helps radiologists to see structures inside your body. Diagnostic radiologists are doctors who specialize in the interpretation of these pictures.

Radiologists use imaging such as CT, ultrasound, MRI, and fluoroscopy to help guide procedures. A radiologist connects your medical imaging to previous tests and examinations, suggests additional tests or treatments, and consults with the doctor who sent you for your assessment.  Radiologists can also use radiation therapy or image-guided surgery to treat disorders.

Use of radiology

Almost all physicians examine patients, obtain medical histories, diagnose illnesses, and prescribe and treat injuries or diseases. A radiologist can use this technology to detect or treat conditions in almost any part of the body. This technology is helpful for directly looking inside of your body through a scope (camera) or with open surgery. The imaging is helpful to the doctor when inserting catheters, wires, and other small instruments and tools into your body. This typically allows for smaller incisions (cuts). Using the diagnostic images, the radiologist or other physicians can often:

  • Diagnose the cause of your symptoms
  • Monitor how well your body is responding to a treatment you are receiving for your disease or condition.
  • Screen for different illnesses, such as breast cancer, colon cancer, or heart disease.

The most common types of diagnostic radiology exams include:

  • Computed tomography (CT), also known as a computerized axial tomography (CAT) scan, including CT angiography
  • Fluoroscopy, including upper GI and barium enema.
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA).
  • Mammography.
  • Nuclear medicine, which includes such tests as a bone scan, thyroid scan, and thallium cardiac stress test.
  • Plain x-rays, which include a chest x-ray.
  • Positron emission tomography, also called PET imaging, PET scan, or PET-CT when is combined with CT.
  • Ultrasound.

The Best Radiologist in Gurgaon provides the best and safest radiological analysis to a patient. They provide interpretation about an injury or abnormality in the body and determine its severity.



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