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The Department of Radiology and Imaging at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital hospital plays a vital role across all our specialities. It is an academic department providing highly specialised care to patients who require state of the art diagnostic imaging or image-guided therapies.

High quality diagnostic imaging of musculoskeletal conditions require the highest degree of training allied with cutting-edge technology. Using positron emission tomography (PET), a biplane cath lab, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, fluoroscopy, mammography, computed tomography (CT) and so on, our expert radiologists work with doctors and surgeons across specialities to arrive at extremely accurate diagnoses.

Our department is now one of the most advanced diagnostic imaging facilities in the region, offering a complete spectrum of leading-edge technologies and specialised clinical expertise. Sri Ramakrishna Hospital is committed to performing patient examinations at the lowest radiation exposure necessary to create images that answer the questions your health care provider is asking.

We perform the best Ct Scan in Coimbatore and have invested in CT scanners with state-of-the-art hardware and software tools that minimize radiation exposure. In Pediatric Radiology, our examinations are tailored to the size of the patient, from the smallest newborn to the teenager. Along with these advancements, we have made significant improvements in our patient care infrastructure.

Browse this section to find out more about some of the advanced technology we make use of to treat thousands of patients.

Imaging & FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How are radiology and imaging different from each other?
Radiologists are specialists in the area of radiology who diagnose and treat patients using imaging technology. Radiologists are the primary users of medical imaging technologies. Sri Ramakrishna Hospital offers the most advanced imaging procedures in the city. Using cutting-edge technology the experts offer end-to-end diagnosis for all kinds of health concerns.
A sort of test that produces detailed images of internal organs. Imaging exams use X-rays, which are high-energy radiation, ultrasound, which are high-energy sound waves, radio waves, and chemicals that give off radiation.
Radiography, which is sometimes called "X-ray," is used to find broken bones, find out if there is an injury or infection, or find foreign objects in soft tissue. Sometimes, in x-ray exams, a contrast substance containing iodine is used to make certain organs, such as the heart, lungs, blood arteries, and tissues, more visible.
During an x-ray examination, images of your internal organs or bones are created to aid in the detection of diseases or injuries. A small amount of ionizing radiation is emitted (sent out) by a specific machine. To create the image, this radiation flows through your body and is caught on a specific instrument.
A CT scan is painless. When the IV is started, you may feel a quick pinch or sting if a dye is used. You might feel hot and some people get a mild headache.
In most cases, finishing the procedure will take less than half an hour of time. Because of the compression that took place during the operation, the woman may have some discomfort and discoloration in her breasts once the procedure is complete.


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