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Services of
Radiology and Imaging


Magnetic Resonance 1.5 Teslas
Simple Phase

(MRI, MRI/S, Simple MRI)

1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a diagnostic imaging device that uses a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to generate high-resolution three-dimensional images of soft tissues and internal structures of the body. This magnetic field level, 1.5 Tesla, provides exceptional image quality, allowing doctors to accurately visualize even the smallest structures.


Magnetic Resonance 1.5 Teslas
Contrasted Phase

(MRI/C, MRI/C, Contrast MRI)

What is Phase Contrast Magnetic Resonance? This medical imaging modality uses magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of organs and tissues. Unlike conventional MRIs, the phase-contrast technique significantly improves the visualization of blood flows and fluid movements in the body, offering a unique and essential perspective for the accurate diagnosis of various conditions.


Computed axial tomography
Simple Phase

(TAC/S, Simple TAC, TC/S, Simple TC)

Single Phase CT is a non-invasive imaging procedure that uses x-ray technology and advanced computing to generate detailed images of the inside of the body. This technique is crucial for detecting and diagnosing a wide range of medical conditions, from bone injuries to diseases of internal organs.


Computed axial tomography
Contrasted Phase
(CT/C, Contrasted CT, CT/C, Contrasted CT)

Phase Contrast CT uses contrast dye along with x-ray technology to highlight specific structures in the body, such as blood vessels, tissues, and organs. This allows doctors to more clearly see abnormalities or diseases that might not be visible on a conventional CT scan.


Rays - X (Radiography) Digital / Acetate
Acetate Rx / Digital Rx

X-rays are a fundamental imaging technique in the medical field, used to visualize bone structures and certain soft tissues. Our Acetate X-ray modality provides high-quality images, while the Digital option offers the advantage of faster processing and analysis, as well as less radiation exposure.


Ultrasound (Ultrasound)

Ultrasound is particularly useful for examining internal organs, pregnancies, vascular structures and soft tissues. Our state-of-the-art ultrasound equipment delivers detailed, clear images, allowing our specialists to perform accurate and complete evaluations.


Doppler ultrasound

Doppler Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to evaluate the movement of blood through arteries and veins. This technique is essential to detect circulation problems, blockages, blood clots, and evaluate the condition of blood vessels. It is an invaluable tool for the diagnosis of heart, vascular and other conditions related to blood flow.

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