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Insight Diagnostics - Service Provider of magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography scan & diagnostic x ray in Hyderabad, Telangana.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) generates images of the body without using radiation. A MRI is a diagnostic procedure that uses large magnets, radio frequency pulses and a computer to produce detailed images of organs and structures within the body. There are no known harmful effects from the magnetic field or exposure to radio waves associated with creating MRI images.

Preparation

At the time of scheduling and at your appointment you will be asked a series of screening questions to determine whether you may proceed with the exam.

You will be asked to remove all metal or electronic objects from your body before the exam. These objects interfere with the magnetic field and can be very dangerous if taken into the exam room.

If you have ever had metal in your eyes you may need to have an X-ray of your head prior to undergoing an MRI.

Tell your technologist at the time of your exam if you have any metal or electronic devices in or on your body including, but not limited to:

  • Watches or jewelry
  • Cell phones or PDAs
  • Implanted medical devices (i.e. pacemaker, defibrillators)
  • Implanted metallic joint prostheses, artificial heart valves, cochlear implants, hearing aids or metallic dentures.

Tell your technologist and your doctor if you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant. Your doctor may postpone the exam or choose an alternative exam.

Some patients may feel anxious due to the confining nature of the MRI scanner. If you feel this way, talk to your doctor. He or she may feel it necessary to prescribe a  prior to your exam to help you relax.

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Computed Tomography (CT Scan) is an x-ray technique that allows us to see organs that cannot be seen with normal x-rays.

While a normal x-ray will show your bones and some outlines of other organs, CT images will reveal the bones and organs with a high degree of precision. A normal x-ray uses a stationary machine to focus beams of radiation on a specific part of your body, while a CT uses an x-ray generating device that rotates around your body and a powerful computer to create cross-sectional images (slices) of the inside of your body.

Unlike an MRI, CT Scans can be performed if you have a pacemaker. If you are pregnant, or suspect you are, tell your doctor. Your doctor may suggest an alternative exam that doesn't require radiation such as an MRI or ultrasound.

Preparation

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant. Your doctor may postpone the exam or choose an alternative exam to reduce the possible risk of exposing your baby to radiation.

Preparation for your CT scan depends on which part of your body will be scanned.

Some scans require a liquid contrast medium prior to your exam. Contrast medium may be given by mouth or intravenously or both. If you are scheduled for a CT abdomen and/or pelvis, please arrive 1 hour and 30 minutes before appointment time for contrast prep.In some patients receiving intravenous contrast we may need to do a blood test to check the kidney function.

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Diagnostic X Ray
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Diagnostic Imaging (X-ray) is the most commonly used, and the oldest, form of medical imaging.

X-ray is a painless medical test to help your doctor view and assess a wide variety of conditions. An x-ray is a diagnostic test that uses small doses of radiation to produce images of internal tissues, bones and organs onto film.

The type of imaging exam such as chest, abdomen, pelvis or bones depends on the part of your body being examined and your medical diagnosis.

Preparation

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant. Your doctor may decide whether to postpone the exam or use an alternative exam such as ultrasound to reduce the possible risk of exposing your baby to radiation.

You may be asked to remove all jewelry, eyeglasses, and any other metal or electronic objects from your body before the exam as these objects interfere with the quality of the images.

Generally, the portion of your body that is being examined will be undressed and you may be asked to wear a patient gown to cover yourself during the exam.

You may be also asked to wear a lead apron as a precaution to shield areas of your body not being examined from x-ray exposure.

Some exams require you to be given a liquid contrast medium or dye, such as barium or iodine to enhance specific areas of your body.

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Dental OPG With Cephalometry
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An orthopantomogram (OPG) is an X-ray image of your whole mouth, including your upper and lower jaw and teeth. The X-ray machine moves around your head while taking the image. This provides a complete ear to ear image of your mouth and teeth. It is used to: 

  • look at impacted wisdom teeth
  • help find the cause of dental pain
  • view the position of dental implants
  • help assess teeth for orthodontic treatment 

Before the procedure can take place, you will need to remove glasses, dentures and any jewellery from your head and neck (such as earrings and necklaces) as well as any hairclips. 

You must tell your doctor or technologist if you are, or think you could be, pregnant as X-rays are not recommended for pregnant women unless there is an urgent medical reason. 

The orthopantomogram will be carried out by a technologist. He or she will explain the procedure. You will be asked to stand in front of the X-ray machine. A peg will be put into a slot on the machine and you’ll be asked to bite onto this. Below the peg are two handles which you’ll need to hold to keep your balance as we may need to ask you to lean backwards to get the best possible picture. When you are in the right position, the radiographer will use a clamp to gently hold your head in place and stop it from moving. This doesn’t hurt. Once you are in place, the machine starts to move around your head. It usually makes a strange noise. While it is moving it can touch your shoulders. Try not to move as this will blur the image and may mean the procedure has to be repeated. 

The test usually takes about 15 to 20 minutes.

Cephalometry uses specialised imaging equipment to make accurate measurements to determine the current and future relationship of the top and bottom jaw (maxilla and mandible) and therefore assess thenature of a patient's bite. This is type of imaging is commonly used to plan orthodontic treatment.

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Ultrasound is typically a painless medical test that helps your doctor to diagnose and treat certain medical conditions.

Unlike X-rays, which use radiation, ultrasound exams uses reflected sound waves to examine areas of the body. Because there is no radiation exposure, ultrasound is the preferred imaging technique for pregnant mothers and their unborn infants.

Ultrasound is excellent for evaluating many, specific areas of the body and is especially effective for examining body cavities like the abdomen. The ultrasound scanner consists of a console which contains a computer, video display screen and a small hand-held device called a transducer that is used to create the image. The transducer sends out a sound wave and then listens for the echo or return wave. Images are immediately visible on the video display screen.

Our imaging centre offers several types of ultrasound exams including: abdominal, pelvic, transvaginal, scrotum, thyroid and musculoskeletal. Vascular ultrasound exams include abdominal and peripheral venous and arterial studies.

No known risks or harmful side effects are posed to humans from ultrasound examinations.

Preparation

Preparation for your ultrasound exam is determined by the part of your body to be examined.

You should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing for your ultrasound exam.

You will be asked to remove all clothing and jewelry from the area of your body being examined prior to the exam as these objects interfere with the quality of the images.

The portion of your body that is being examined will be undressed and you may be asked to wear a patient gown to cover yourself during the exam.

For abdominal ultrasound exams - Do not eat or drink for at least 8 hours prior to your exam. During this 8 hour period you may continue to take any regular medications but only with small sips of water.

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