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Must & More will perform millions of pathology and radiology tests with a wide test menu. We offer a comprehensive range of tests in pathology covering Biochemistry, Immunology, Hematology, Clinical Pathology, Histopathology and Immunohistochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Cytogenetics and Flow Cytometry. Similarly, we offer a comprehensive range of tests in Densitometry, Orthopantomography(OPG), CT scan and MRI.
Centers of Excellence, as the name denotes are focused labs equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and manned by the best brains. Must & More Diagnostic is one of the very few diagnostic center chains offering pathology and radiology under one roof on such a scale. We have recently installed the country's most powerful 3-Tesla MRI scanner with FMRI & the MR Guided HIFU device for ablation of fibroids.
Must & More Diagnostic is designed to de-stress and perhaps add a bit of fun to the realm of preventive health care. it creates a refreshingly different health care experience as it is free from the stressful smells, exposure to sick patients and shuffling across various departments on different floors. The waiting area at Must & More Diagnostic is inspired by the insides of luxury jetliners with a happening business cum entertainment centre, staffed with guest relation executives to complete the picture.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to make pictures of organs and structures inside the body.

In many cases, MRI can give detailed information about structures in the body that can not be seen with an X-ray, Ultrasound or Computed Tomography or CT Scan. MRI also may show problems that cannot be seen with other imaging modalities.

For an MRI test, the area of the body being studied is placed inside a special machine that contains a strong magnet. Pictures from an MRI scan are digital images.

Why Mri Scan Is Done

MRI is used to find problems such as tumors, bleeding, injury, blood vessel diseases or infection. MRI may also be done to obtain more information about a problem seen on an X-Ray, Ultrasound Scan, or CT Scan. Contrast material may be used during MRI to show abnormal tissue more clearly.

An MRI scan can be done for the
  • Head
  • Chest
  • Blood vessels
  • Abdomen and pelvis
  • Bones and joints
  • Spine & Other Body Parts
What Should I Do To Prepare For An Mri

There is little or no preparation needed before getting an MRI Scan done. When you first arrive at the hospital, the doctors will ask you to change into a gown. You will also be asked to remove all accessories such as jewellery, credit cards, and any metallic objects. The reason for this is because MRI involves magnets, which may interact with objects in your possession. This in turn may lead to bad results and/or poor image quality and damage to the object, like corruption of magnetic data on the credit card.

Is An Mri Going To Hurt

You can breathe a sigh of relief. It is not going to hurt one bit. The exam itself is a painless procedure that is noninvasive, meaning that the body is not tampered with in any way. Since humans are not able to feel any type of radio waves, patients will not feel a thing. A loud tapping noise will be experienced as the magnets are turned on and off throughout the exam. No need to worry, rather enjoy the drumbeats. If you think the noise will bother you, just ask the technician for a pair of earplugs to drown out the noise.

Before Your Mri Test, Tell Your Doctor And Mri Technologist
  • If you are allergic to any medicines. The contrast material used for MRI does not contain iodine and hence, generally does not cause reaction.
  • If you know that you are allergic to the contrast material used for the MRI, tell your doctor before having another test.
  • If you are or might be pregnant.
  • If you have any metal implanted in your body.
  • If you had recent surgery on a blood vessel. In some cases, you may not be able to have the MRI test.
  • If you have an intrauterine device (IUD) in place.
Mri Machine Look Like 

Most MRI machines look like a tubular cavity with a large magnet present in the circular area around it. When beginning the process of taking an MRI, the patient is laid down on a table. Then depending the body part whose MRI needs to be taken, the technician slides a coil over the specific area being imaged. The coil is the part of the machine that receives the MR signal and causes no harm to the patient.

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A CT Scan stands for Computed Tomography Scan. It is also known as a CAT (Computer Axial Tomography) Scan. It is a medical imaging method that employs tomography. Tomography is the process of generating a two-dimensional image of a slice or section through a 3-dimensional object.

The CT scanner uses digital geometry processing to generate a 3-dimensional (3-D) image of the inside of an object. The 3-D image is made after many 2-dimensional (2-D) X-Ray images are taken around a single axis of rotation - in other words, many pictures of the same area are taken from many angles and then placed together to produce a 3-D image.

HOW DOES A CT SCAN WORK

A CT scanner emits a series of narrow beams through the human body as it moves through an arc, unlike an X-Ray machine which sends just one radiation beam. The final picture is far more detailed than an X-Ray one.

Inside the CT scanner there is an X-Ray detector which can see hundreds of different levels of density. It can see tissues inside a solid organ. This data is transmitted to a computer, which builds up a 3-D cross-sectional picture of the part of the body and displays it on the screen.

Sometimes a contrast dye is used because it shows up much more clearly on the screen. If a 3-D image of the abdomen is required the patient may have to drink a barium meal. The barium appears white on the scan as it travels through the digestive system. If images lower down the body are required, such as the rectum, the patient may be given a barium enema. If blood vessels are the target images the barium will be injected.

The accuracy and speed of CT scans may be improved with the application of spiral CT. The X-Ray beam takes a spiral path during the scanning - It gathers continuous data with no gaps between images. For a spiral scan of the chest, for example, the patient will be asked to hold his/her breath for a few seconds.

WHEN IS A CT SCAN USED

CT scanning is useful to get a very detailed 3-D image of certain parts of the body, such as soft tissues, the pelvis, blood vessels, the lungs, the brain, abdomen, and bones.

It is often the preferred method of diagnosing many cancers, such as liver, lung, and pancreatic cancers. The image allows a doctor to confirm the presence of a tumor. The tumor's size can be measured, plus its exact location, as well as to determine how much the tumor has affected nearby tissue.

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An ultrasound scan, also referred to as a sonogram, diagnostic sonography, and ultrasonography, is a technique that uses high frequency sound waves to create an image of some part of the inside of the body, such as the liver, kidneys, stones, heart, tendons & muscles and blood vessels. Ultrasound scans are absolutely safe and hence very popular in Obstetric Sonography, used to check the well being of the baby in the womb.

Ultrasound scans are used to detect problems in the liver, heart, kidney or the abdomen. They may also be useful in helping the surgeon when carrying out some types of biopsies.

In diagnostic sonography, the ultrasound frequency is usually between 2 and 18 MHz. Higher frequencies provide better quality images, but are more readily absorbed by the tissues, so they cannot penetrate as deeply as lower frequencies. Lower frequencies can penetrate deeper, but the image quality is not as high. Frequencies are selected depending on the type of patient and the part under examination.

IS ULTRASOUND SAFE?

Ultrasound scans have been used in pregnancy for decades, and nobody has ever found them to be harmful. But to be on the safer side, there are clear guidelines on the use of scans in pregnancy.

Studies have found no link between ultrasound and birth weight concerns, childhood cancers, dyslexia or hearing impairment.

IS ULTRASOUND USED FOR TREATMENT ALSO?

According to Medilexicon's medical dictionary:

Diagnostic Ultrasound is: "The use of ultrasound to obtain images for medical diagnostic purposes, employing frequencies ranging from 2.0 to about 18 MHz."

Therapeutic Ultrasound is: "High intensity ultrasound causing coagulation necrosis of tissue, used in treatment of some benign tumors, such as uterine leiomyomata." Thus, a certain type of ultrasound energy is also used for treatment of some diseases.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ULTRASOUND SCAN AND A SONOGRAM?
  • An ultrasound scan is the procedure, the event
  • A sonogram is the image produced when an ultrasound scan is performed

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A Doppler ultrasound test uses reflected sound waves to evaluate blood as it flows through a blood vessel. It helps doctors evaluate blood flow through the major arteries and veins of the arms, legs, and neck. It can show blocked or reduced blood flow through narrowing in the major arteries of the neck that could cause a stroke. It also can reveal blood clots in leg veins (deep vein thrombosis, or DVT) that could break loose and block blood flow to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). During Doppler ultrasound, a handheld instrument (transducer) is passed lightly over the skin above a blood vessel. The transducer sends and receives sound waves that are amplified through a microphone. The sound waves bounce off solid objects, including blood cells. The movement of blood cells causes a change in pitch of the reflected sound waves (called the Doppler effect). If there is no blood flow, the pitch does not change. Information from the reflected sound waves can be processed by a computer to provide graphs or pictures that represent the flow of blood through the blood vessels. These graphs or pictures can be saved for future review or evaluation. See an illustration of a Doppler ultrasound.

The four types of Doppler ultrasound are: Bedside or continuous wave Doppler

This type uses the change in pitch of the sound waves to provide information about blood flow through a blood vessel. The doctor listens to the sounds produced by the transducer to evaluate the blood flow through an area that may be blocked or narrowed. This type of ultrasound can be done at the bedside in the hospital to provide a rapid estimate of the extent of blood vessel damage or disease.

Duplex Doppler

Duplex Doppler ultrasound uses standard ultrasound methods to produce a picture of a blood vessel and surrounding organs. In addition, a computer converts the Doppler sounds into a graph that provides information about the speed and direction of blood flow through the blood vessel being evaluated. DHTML Web Menu by OpenCube.

Color Doppler

Color Doppler uses standard ultrasound methods to produce a picture of a blood vessel. In addition, 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

Power Doppler is a newer ultrasound technique that is up to five times more sensitive in detecting blood flow than color Doppler. Power Doppler can obtain some images that are difficult or impossible to obtain using standard color Doppler. However, power Doppler is most commonly used to evaluate blood flow through vessels within solid organs. Blood flow in individual blood vessels is most commonly evaluated by combining color Doppler with duplex Doppler. Together, they are able to provide better information on the direction and speed of blood flow than when these techniques are used individually.

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Echocardiogram is a test in which ultrasound is used to examine the heart. The equipment is far superior to that used by fishermen. In addition to providing single-dimension images, known as M-mode echo that allows accurate measurement of the heart chambers, the echocardiogram also offers far more sophisticated and advanced imaging. This is known as two- dimensional (2-D) Echo and is capable of displaying a cross-sectional "slice" of the beating heart, including the chambers, valves and the major blood vessels that exit from the left and right ventricle

Echocardiography is an invaluable tool in providing doctor with the following important information:

Size of the chambers of the heart, including the dimension or volume of the cavity and the thickness of the walls. The appearance of the walls may also help identify certain types of heart disease that predominantly involve the heart muscle. In patients with long standing hypertension or high blood pressure, the test can determine the thickness and "stiffness" of the LV walls. When the LV pump function is reduced in patients with heart failure, the LV and RV tends to dilate or enlarge. Echocardiography can measure the severity of this enlargement. Serial studies performed on an annual basis can gauge the response of treatment.

Pumping function of the heart can be assessed by echocardiography. One can tell if the pumping power of the heart is normal or reduced to a mild or severe degree. This measure is known as an ejection fraction or EF. A normal EF is around 55 to 65%. Numbers below 45% usually represent some decrease in the pumping strength of the heart, while numbers below 30 to 35% are representative of an important decrease.

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WHAT IS AN X-RAY?

X-Ray is a form of invisible, high-frequency electromagnetic radiation which a very small and energetic. They are produced by accelerating electrons at a metal target. X-Rays are used in various medical applications, especially for imaging.

Today, different types of X-Rays are used for specific purposes. For example, mammograms are used to examine the breasts and a barium enema is used to detect bowel problems.

Bone is a very hard and dense tissue that shows up clearly on X-Rays. X-Rays are therefore very useful for diagnosing bone-related problems.

For example, X-Rays can be used to help identify:

  • Fractures and breaks
  • Problems with teeth, such as tooth decay
  • Thinning and weakening of the bones (Osteoporosis)
  • Bone infection (Osteomyelitis)
  • An abnormal curvature of the spine (Scoliosis)
  • Bone Cancers, such as osteosarcoma and Ewing’s sarcoma

X-Rays are also sometimes used during investigative or therapeutic procedures to help the surgeon guide equipment to the area being examined or treated.

CHEST EXAMINATION

Although major organs and blood vessels do not show up as clearly on X-Rays as bones, they are visible. A chest X-Ray is therefore a good way of identifying changes or abnormalities in your heart, lungs and major arteries.

TYPES OF X-RAY

There are various ways that X-Rays can be used to investigate different parts of the body, as described below.

BARIUM SWALLOW

Barium is a type of contrast medium that you may be given in a solution to drink. After the barium has moved down into your upper digestive system, a series of X-Rays will be taken. A barium swallow can be used to diagnose problems with the upper digestive system, such as swallowing problems (Dysphagia) and persistent symptoms of abdominal pain.

BARIUM ENEMA

A barium enema involves barium solution being pumped through your anus (Back passage) and into your bowel. Barium enemas can be used to diagnose bowel problems, such as persistent constipation and blood in your faeces (Stools).

INTRAVENOUS UROGRAM (IVU)

During an intravenous urogram (IVU), contrast medium is injected into your veins. Iodine solution is usually used, which moves into your kidneys and bladder. X-Rays of your kidneys and bladder will then be taken. IVU is often used to diagnose urinary system problems.

WHY X-RAY?

An X-Ray machine is used to take pictures of dense structures in the body. The machine uses photons that pass through the body. Very dense structures, such as bones, do not allow the photons to pass through and will appear white. Air appears black, and fluid, fat and muscles will appear as shades of gray. X-Ray machines are used extensively in the health care industry. The resulting X-Ray pictures are called radiographs.

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Treadmill Test (TMT) is done to find the stress on the heart. On the machine the patient walks and the readings are taken. Treadmill Test machine from GE Marquette (USA) for stress test of heart.

Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) is the recording of the electrical activity of the heart over time via skin electrodes.

It is a noninvasive recording produced by an electrocardiograph. The etymology of the word is derived from electro, because it is related to electrical activity, cardio, Greek for heart, graph, a Greek root meaning "to write".

Electrical impulses in the heart originate in the sinoatrial node and travel through conducting system to the heart muscle.The impulses stimulate the muscle fibres to contract and thus producing the systole. The electrical waves can be measured at selectively placed electrodes (electrical contacts) on the skin. Electrodes on different sides of the heart measure the activity of different parts of the heart muscle.

An ECG displays the voltage between pairs of these electrodes, and the muscle activity that they measure, from different directions, also understood as vectors. This display indicates the overall rhythm of the heart and weaknesses in different parts of the heart muscle. It is the best way to measure and diagnose abnormal rhythms of the heart, particularly abnormal rhythms caused by damage to the conductive tissue that carries electrical signals, or abnormal rhythms caused by levels of dissolved salts (electrolytes), such as potassium, that are too high or low. In myocardial infarction (MI), the ECG can identify damaged heart muscle. But it can only identify damage to muscle in certain areas, so it can't rule out damage in other areas. The ECG cannot reliably measure the pumping ability of the heart; for which ultrasound-based (echocardiography) or nuclear medicine tests are used.

ECG is done with 12 channel and report is generated automatically by computer.

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Mammography is a specific type of imaging that uses a low-dose x-ray system to examine breasts. A mammography exam, called a mammogram, is used to aid in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases in women.

An x-ray (radiograph) is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. Imaging with x-rays involves exposing a part of the body to a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body. X-rays are the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging.

Recent advances in mammography include digital mammography.

Digital mammography, also called full-field digital mammography (FFDM), is a mammography system in which the x-ray film is replaced by solid-state detectors that convert x-rays into electrical signals. These detectors are similar to those found in digital cameras. The electrical signals are used to produce images of the breast that can be seen on a computer screen or printed on special film similar to conventional mammograms. From the patient's point of view, having a digital mammogram is essentially the same as having a conventional film screen mammogram. We provide excellent image quality introduced for the fist time in Haryana, Reduced radiation exposures Faster filming in multiple formats on laser films, Facility for images on DVD/CD media .

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