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Radiology tests are medical imaging tests that use various types of radiation to create images of the inside of the body. These images can be used to diagnose and monitor a wide range of medical conditions. There are several different types of radiology tests, each with its own unique benefits and applications. Some of them are mentioned here: X-rays CT scans MRI scans PET scans Ultrasound
The procedure for a radiology test varies depending on the test being performed, but here are a few general steps. Preparation: Before the radiology test, patients are usually asked to remove any clothing or jewellery that may interfere with the images. It is important to inform the radiologist or technologist of any medical conditions, including pregnancy, and any medications being taken. Positioning: The patient is positioned on the imaging table or in the machine, depending on the type of test being performed. The patient may be asked to lie still or to hold their breath for short periods for accurate results. Imaging: The imaging equipment is then used to produce detailed images of the body's internal structures. The length of the imaging process varies depending on the type of test, but most tests take only a few minutes to complete. The procedure for different radiology tests may vary, but the steps outlined above provide a general understanding of what to expect during a radiology test.
There are number of things you should do before a radiology test to ensure that the test is accurate and safe. Here are some important steps to follow: Inform your doctor: Keep your doctor updated about any medical conditions, including pregnancy, and any medications you are taking. This information will help the radiologist to interpret the results accurately. Follow instructions: Follow all the instructions provided by the radiologist or technologist regarding preparation for the test, such as fasting or avoiding certain medications. Wear comfortable clothes: Select clothes that allows easy access to the area being imaged. Healthcare provider may ask you to remove your clothes or jewellery that might interfere with the images and test results. Clear your doubts: If you have any questions or concerns about the test, do not hesitate to ask the radiologist or technologist. Following these steps before a radiology test can help ensure accurate results that help your doctor prescribe best possible treatment.
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Radiology tests are used to diagnose and monitor various medical conditions by producing images of the internal structures of the body. These tests help healthcare professionals visualize and analyze organs, tissues, bones, and blood vessels, aiding in the detection and evaluation of diseases, injuries, and abnormalities.
The most common radiology tests include: X-rays: Used to visualize bones, lungs, and certain organs. Computed Tomography (CT): Provides detailed cross-sectional images of the body. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Produces detailed images of soft tissues, organs, and blood vessels. Ultrasound: Uses sound waves to generate images of various body parts. Mammography: Special X-ray imaging used for breast cancer screening. Fluoroscopy: Real-time X-ray imaging used for examining the digestive system or guiding certain procedures.
Radiology is a broader term that encompasses various imaging techniques, including X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and more. CT (Computed Tomography) is a specific type of radiology imaging technique that uses X-rays and advanced computer processing to generate detailed cross-sectional images of the body.
Radiology tests are generally considered safe when performed by trained professionals and with appropriate safety measures. While some tests involve exposure to ionizing radiation (e.g., X-rays, CT scans), the levels used are carefully regulated to minimize risks. The benefits of obtaining necessary diagnostic information usually outweigh the minimal risks associated with these tests. However, it's important to discuss any concerns with your healthcare provider.
A radiology scan may be needed for various reasons, including: Diagnosing or evaluating the extent of an injury or disease. Monitoring the progress of a treatment. Screening for certain conditions (e.g., mammography for breast cancer). Guiding minimally invasive procedures (e.g., needle biopsies). Assessing the overall health and functioning of specific organs or body systems.
You can book a radiology lab test by either calling us directly or using our online booking platform on our website through uploading a prescription. Both options are convenient and easy to use.
The turnaround time for radiology lab test results varies depending on the specific test. Simple tests like X-rays may have results available within a few hours, while more complex tests like MRIs may take a couple of days. Our staff will inform you about the expected time frame for your specific test.
Yes, you can cancel or reschedule your appointment basis your availability. Refund amount will be credited to your account in 5-7 working days
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