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Shivam diagnostic centre and cancer research institute is continuation of legacy of 25 years of excellence in imaging. It was started as Amrit Clinic 25 years ago equipped with ultrasound. Then upgraded with 1st transvaginal ultrasound in North Delhi. Over the years with continuous upgradation of diagnostic equipments, Mammography with rhodium filter (1st installation in North India), 3D whole body Color Doppler.
Biochemistry analyzer, fully automatic Hematology analyzer, Chemiluminescence (Hormone analyzer) and now latest addition is 3D Whole Body Spiral CT scan., with facility for triple phase/dual phase imaging of liver, CT Urography, CT Colonography, High resolution CT (HRCT) of the temporal bone and chest, renal, pulmonary and peripheral angiographies. In addition we have facility for guided FNAC / Biopsy (CT or USG guided). Wire localization of the occult carcinoma under mammography control.
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Computed tomography (CT) is a diagnostic procedure that uses special X-ray equipment to create cross-sectional pictures of your body. CT images are produced using X-ray technology and powerful computers. The uses of CT include looking for Broken bones Cancers Blood clots Signs of heart disease Internal bleeding During a CT scan, you lie still on a table. The table slowly passes through the center of a large X-ray machine. The test is painless. During some tests you receive a contrast dye, which makes parts of your body show up better in the image.

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A mammogram is a special type of X-ray of the breasts. Mammograms can show tumors long before they are big enough for you or your health care provider to feel. They are recommended for women who have symptoms of breast cancer or who have a high risk of the disease. You and your health care provider should discuss when to start having mammograms and how often to get one. Mammograms are quick and easy. You stand in front of an X-ray machine. The person who takes the X-rays places your breast between two plastic plates. The plates press your breast and make it flat. This may be uncomfortable, but it helps get a clear picture. You will have an X-ray of each breast. A mammogram takes only a few seconds and it can help save your life. A mammogram is an x-ray picture of the breasts. It is used to find tumors and to help tell the difference between noncancerous and cancerous (malignant) disease.
How the Test is performed

You will be asked to undress from the waist up and will be given a gown to wear. Depending on the type of equipment used, you will sit or stand. One breast at a time is rested on a flat surface that contains the x-ray plate. A device called a compressor will be pressed firmly against the breast to help flatten out the breast tissue. The x-ray pictures are taken from several angles. You may be asked to hold your breath as each picture is taken. Sometimes you will be asked to come back at a later date for more mammogram images. This does not always mean you have breast cancer. Rather, the doctor may simply need to recheck an area that could not be clearly seen on the first test. Digital mammography is a newer technique that allows the x-ray image of the breast to be viewed and manipulated on a computer screen. It improves accuracy, but is not yet available everywhere.
How to Prepare for the Test
Do not wear deodorant, perfume, powders, or ointments under your arms or on your breasts on the day of the mammogram. These substances may hide the images. Remove all jewelry from your neck and chest area. Tell your health care provider and the radiologist if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to look at organs and structures inside the body. Health care professionals use them to view the heart, blood vessels, kidneys, liver and other organs. During pregnancy, doctors use ultrasound tests to examine the fetus. Unlike x-rays, ultrasound does not involve exposure to radiation. During an ultrasound test, a special technician or doctor moves a device called a transducer over part of your body. The transducer sends out sound waves, which bounce off the tissues inside your body. The transducer also captures the waves that bounce back. Images are created from these sound waves. Abdominal ultrasound Doppler ultrasound exam of an arm or leg Duplex ultrasound Echocardiogram Electrocardiogram Eye and orbit ultrasound Intravascular ultrasound Pregnancy ultrasound Stress echocardiography Testicle ultrasound

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Color Doppler uses standard ultrasound methods to produce a picture of a blood vessel. Also, a computer converts the Doppler sounds into colors that are overlaid on the image of the blood vessel and that represent the speed and direction of blood flow through the vessel. Power Doppler is a special type of color Doppler. Power Doppler can get some images that are hard or impossible to get using standard color Doppler. Power Doppler is most commonly used to evaluate blood flow through vessels within solid organs

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You will be asked to lie down. The health care provider will clean several areas on your arms, legs, and chest, and then attach small patches called electrodes to the areas. It may be necessary to shave or clip some hair so the patches stick to the skin. The number of patches used may vary. The patches are connected by wires to a machine that turns the heart's electrical signals into wavy lines, which are often printed on paper. The test results are reviewed by the doctor. You usually need to remain still during the procedure. The health care provider may also ask you to hold your breath for a few seconds as the test is being done. Any movement, including muscle tremors such as shivering, can alter the results. So it is important to be relaxed and relatively warm during an ECG recording. Sometimes this test is done while you are exercising or under minimal stress to monitor changes in the heart. This type of ECG is often called a stress test.
How to Prepare for the Test

Make sure your health care provider knows about all the medications you are taking, as some can interfere with test results. Exercising or drinking cold water immediately before an ECG may cause false results.

Why the Test is Performed

An ECG is used to measure: Any damage to the heart How fast your heart is beating and whether it is beating normally The effects of drugs or devices used to control the heart (such as a pacemaker) The size and position of your heart chambers An ECG is a very useful tool for determining whether a person has heart disease. Your doctor may order this test if you have chest pain or palpitations.

What Abnormal Results Mean Abnormal ECG results may be a sign of Abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) Cardiac muscle defect Congenital heart defect Coronary artery disease Ectopic heartbeat Enlargement of the heart Faster than normal heart rate (tachycardia) Heart valve disease Inflammation of the heart (myocarditis) Changes in the amount of electrolytes (chemicals in the blood) Past heart attack Present or impending heart attack Slower than normal heart rate (bradycardia)

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An echocardiogram is a test that uses sound waves to create a moving picture of the heart. The picture is much more detailed than a plain x-ray image and involves no radiation exposure. How the Test is Performed A trained sonographer performs the test, then your heart doctor interprets the results. An instrument called a transducer that transmits high-frequency sound waves is placed on your ribs near the breast bone and directed toward the heart. Additional images will be taken underneath and slightly to the left of your nipple (at the apex of your heart). The transducer picks up the echoes of the sound waves and transmits them as electrical impulses. The echocardiography machine converts these impulses into moving pictures of the heart. The Doppler probe records the motion of the blood through the heart. An echocardiogram allows doctors to see the heart beating, and to see many of the structures of the heart. Occasionally, your lungs, ribs, or body tissue may prevent the sound waves and echoes from providing a clear picture of heart function. If so, the sonographer may inject a small amount of liquid (contrast) through an IV to better see the inside of the heart. Very rarely, more invasive testing using special echocardiography probes may be necessary.
TRANSESOPHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAM (TEE)

Your health care provider may choose to perform a transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE): If the regular or transthoracic echocardiogram is unclear due to a barrel chest, lung disease, or obesity If a much clearer picture is needed of a certain area With TEE, the back of your throat is numbed and a scope is inserted down your throat. On the end of the scope is an ultrasonic device that an experienced technician will guide down to the lower part of the esophagus. It is used to obtain a more clear two-dimensional echocardiogram of your heart.

How the Test Will Feel

You will be asked to remove your clothes from the waist up and lie on an examination table on your back. Electrodes will be placed on your chest to allow for an ECG to be done. A gel will be spread on your chest and then the transducer will be applied. You will feel a slight pressure on your chest from the transducer. You may be asked to breathe in a certain way or to roll over onto your left side.

Why the Test is Performed

This test is performed to evaluate the valves and chambers of the heart in a noninvasive way. The echocardiogram allows doctors to diagnose, evaluate, and monitor: Heart murmurs Abnormal heart valves The pumping function of the heart for people with heart failure Damage to the heart muscle in patients who have had heart attacks Infection in the sac around the heart (pericarditis) Infection on or around the heart valves (infectious endocarditis) The source of a blood clot or emboli after a stroke or TIA Congenital heart disease Atrial fibrillation Pulmonary hypertension Normal Results A normal echocardiogram reveals normal heart valves and chambers and normal heart wall movement.hnologist. The EEG record is read by a doctor who is specially trained to diagnose and treat disorders affecting the nervous system (neurologist).

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Brain cells communicate with each other by producing tiny electrical impulses. In an EEG, this faint electrical activity is measured by putting electrodes on the scalp. The test is performed by an EEG technician in your health care provider's office, at a hospital, or at a laboratory. You will be asked to lie on your back on a bed or in a reclining chair. The technician will place between 16 and 25 flat metal disks (electrodes) in different places on your scalp. The disks are held in place with a sticky paste. The electrodes are connected by wires to an amplifier and a recording machine. The recording machine converts the electrical impulses into patterns that can be seen on a computer screen and stored on a computer disk. Before computers, the activity was printed on paper. In either case, the electrical activity looks like a series of wavy lines. You will need to lie still with your eyes closed because any movement can change the results. You may be asked to do certain things during the recording, such as breathe fast and deeply for several minutes or look at a bright flashing light.
How to Prepare for the Test

You will need to wash your hair the night before the test. Do not use any oils, sprays, or conditioner on your hair before this test. If you have a hair weave, you may want to ask the laboratory for special instructions. Your health care provider may want you to stop taking certain medications before the test. Do not change or stop taking medications without first talking to your health care provider. Bring a list of your medications with you. Avoid all foods containing caffeine for 8 hours before the test. Sometimes you may need to sleep during the test, so you may be asked to reduce your sleep time the night before. If you are asked to sleep as little as possible before the test, do not eat or drink any caffeine, energy drinks, or other products that help you stay awake.

Why the Test is Performed

EEG is used to help diagnose seizures and their type. It is also used to evaluate: Abnormal changes in body chemistry that affect the brain Brain diseases such as Alzheimer's disease Confusion Head injuries Infections Tumors

EEG is also used to:

Evaluate problems with sleep ( sleep disorders) Investigate periods of unconsciousness Monitor the brain during brain surgery An EEG may be done to show that the brain has no activity, in the case of someone who is in a deep coma. It can be helpful when trying to decide if someone is brain dead.

What Abnormal Results Mean Abnormal results on an EEG test may be due to: Abnormal bleeding (hemorrhage) An abnormal structure in the brain (such as a brain tumor) Attention problems Tissue death due to a blockage in blood flow (cerebral infarction) Drug or alcohol abuse Head injury Migraines (in some cases) Seizure disorder (such as epilepsy or convulsions) Sleep disorder (such as narcolepsy) Swelling of the brain (encephalitis) Note: A normal EEG does not mean that a seizure did not occur.

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