BKC Hospitals' In-Vessel Imaging (IVU), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MCU), Renal e Fuentes Unit (RGU), Renal e Pustios Unit (Nephrosonics), and CT scan uroradiology are all radiology procedures associated with the urinary tract.
COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY (CT) or Computerized Axial Tomography(CAT) scan:
COMPUTERIZED tomogrammography (CT) uses a computer that takes data from several X-ray images of human organs and converts them into images on a screen. Tomography is the process of drawing a definitive image of a portion of an object via a 3-dimensional object. Similar to viewing a slice of bread out of the whole loaf.
The Siemens Somatom Scope is a state-of-the-art CT scanner that offers fast scanning speed, exceptional image quality, and a wide range of CT applications while maintaining low radiation dose exposure. It is equipped with advanced features such as CARE Dose 4D, IRIS, SureView reconstruction algorithm, and Adaptive Signal Boost technology, which work together to minimize radiation dose, reduce noise, and enhance image quality to a significant extent.
If it measures tissue in a cross-sectional fashion, medical imaging by way of radiography or computed tomography scanning can help with the diagnosis of medical problems. T radiation scans produce 3D images of the human body and allow specialists to analyze anatomical parts in greater detail. Any visible anomaly can be discovered using CT scans
Most organs may be scanned by computed tomography (CT) Scanners:
Our CT SOMATOM Scope utilizes a cockpit system when imaging patients. We mainly use the CT to take care of NEMA XR-29 Smart Dose Standards and guarantee a safer imaging process for our patients.
The CT scanner we use, SOMATOM Scope, incorporates innovative technology from Siemens called iterative reconstruction in image space (IRIS). This technology helps speed up image reconstruction and reduce noise and artifacts. Additionally, the scanner features Fully Assisting Scanner Technology (FAST) and Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure (CARE), both of which aid in reducing radiation exposure for patients while standardizing the CT imaging process.