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Definition

MRI Brain scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI Brain scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI Brain scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

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Anna Nagar
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Kilpauk
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Perambur
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Definition

MRI Lumber Spine scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI Lumber Spine scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI Lumber Spine scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Rs : 4000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar
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Rs : 4000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Kilpauk
Kilpauk
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Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Perambur
Perambur
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Porur
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Definition

MRI Cervical Spine scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI Cervical Spine scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI Cervical Spine scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Rs : 4000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar
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Rs : 4000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Kilpauk
Kilpauk
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Rs : 4000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 3600
Aarathi Scans Center Perambur
Perambur
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Rs : 3600
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Porur
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Definition

A CT Brain scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT Brain scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT Brain scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Tambaram
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Aarathi Scans Center Tondiarpet
Tondiarpet
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Anna Nagar
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A CT PNS scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT PNS scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT PNS scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Rs : 2000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 1800
Aarathi Scans Center Tambaram
Tambaram
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Rs : 2000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 1800
Aarathi Scans Center Tondiarpet
Tondiarpet
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Rs : 2000.00 10.00% off
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Aarathi Scans Center Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar
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Definition

PET CT WholeBody, also known as PET-CT, is the fusion of anatomic and functional information acquired simultaneously. It tests body and disease in a way that is diagnostically very powerful. An understanding of the normal and benign as well as the pitfalls and artifacts is essential to accurate interpretation.It is a medical imaging technique which uses a device which combines positron emission tomography (PET) scanner and an X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanner in a single gantry system. The images derived from both can be taken simultaneously and sequentially.

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How is Test Done

The test taker will have to change into the hospital gown and empty his/her bladder. Before the scan, tracers are given to the patient i.e. a radioactive drug .The drug may be given by injection or may be asked to inhaled or swallowed, depending on the type of tracer being used. The patient has to wait at least 30-60 minutes before the tracer gets completely absorbed by the body.The scan involves lying down on a narrow table attached to a PET machine, which looks like a giant doughnut. The table glides into the machine slowly and the patient is asked to remain still. The test is completely painless.

When to Take Test

A PET CT WholeBody scan is a very effective way of examining the chemical activity body parts. It inspects the oxygen intake, blood flow and the metabolism of organs and tissues. They are mostly used to detect cancer (brain, breast, cervical, lung, prostrate, melanoma etc.), brain disorders (tumors, Alzheimer’s disease or seizures), heart problems or problems related to nervous system.

Test Result Mean

After the test, the usual activities can be resumed. Drink plenty of fluids to flush the tracers out of the system. Generally, all tracers leave the body after two days. Meanwhile, the interpretation of the PET images will be shared with your doctor. He will go over the results with you at your follow-up appointment and decide on the further line of treatment

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Definition

PET CT Brain, also known as PET-CT, is the fusion of anatomic and functional information acquired simultaneously. It tests body and disease in a way that is diagnostically very powerful. An understanding of the normal and benign as well as the pitfalls and artifacts is essential to accurate interpretation.It is a medical imaging technique which uses a device which combines positron emission tomography (PET) scanner and an X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanner in a single gantry system. The images derived from both can be taken simultaneously and sequentially.

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How is Test Done

The test taker will have to change into the hospital gown and empty his/her bladder. Before the scan, tracers are given to the patient i.e. a radioactive drug .The drug may be given by injection or may be asked to inhaled or swallowed, depending on the type of tracer being used. The patient has to wait at least 30-60 minutes before the tracer gets completely absorbed by the body.The scan involves lying down on a narrow table attached to a PET machine, which looks like a giant doughnut. The table glides into the machine slowly and the patient is asked to remain still. The test is completely painless.

When to Take Test

A PET CT Brain scan is a very effective way of examining the chemical activity body parts. It inspects the oxygen intake, blood flow and the metabolism of organs and tissues. They are mostly used to detect cancer (brain, breast, cervical, lung, prostrate, melanoma etc.), brain disorders (tumors, Alzheimer’s disease or seizures), heart problems or problems related to nervous system.

Test Result Mean

After the test, the usual activities can be resumed. Drink plenty of fluids to flush the tracers out of the system. Generally, all tracers leave the body after two days. Meanwhile, the interpretation of the PET images will be shared with your doctor. He will go over the results with you at your follow-up appointment and decide on the further line of treatment

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Definition

MRI ARM scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI ARM scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI ARM scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

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Alwarpet
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Definition

MRI ABDOMEN scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI ABDOMEN scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI ABDOMEN scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Rs : 5000.00 27.00% off
Rs : 3650
Aarathi Scans Center Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar
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Rs : 5000.00 27.00% off
Rs : 3650
Aarathi Scans Center Kilpauk
Kilpauk
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Rs : 5000.00 27.00% off
Rs : 3650
Aarathi Scans Center Perambur
Perambur
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Rs : 5000.00 27.00% off
Rs : 3650
Aarathi Scans Center Porur
Porur
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Rs : 3650

Definition

MRI ABDOMEN And PELVIS scan is a medical investigation radiology technique that uses exceptionally strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of structures and organs inside the human body. This technologically advanced technique has revolutionized the treatment of various ailments and finds ample applications in hospitals for staging of diseases, medical diagnosis etc. It is preferred over the CT scan technique because it does not expose the body to any harmful ionizing radiation.

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How is Test Done

The test taker has to lie down on a movable table that slides into the MRI machine. Once completely inside, the machine creates a strong magnetic field around the body that aligns the protons of the hydrogen atoms and directs radio waves at it. This makes the protons of the body spin which produces a faint signal that is detected by the receiver portion of the MRI scanner. The received information is then processed by a computer, and an image of the internal organ(s) is produced. The procedure is absolutely painless and in case the patient is claustrophobic, a sedative is given to him/her before the scan.

When to Take Test

A MRI ABDOMEN And PELVIS scan is a safe and accurate method of detecting any diseases persisting throughout the body. It is widely used to diagnose musculoskeletal problems, ailments of the brain (tumors, stroke etc.), spinal conditions, prostrate and vascular abnormalities. It can be used to detect fractures or other internal injuries as well. A person can also take a MRI scan if he/she experiences some kind of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or gastrointestinal tract conditions. It should be noted that a pregnant woman, a person who has undergone any surgery or implant lately or has a cardiac pacemaker should not be allowed to take the scan.

Test Result Mean

The results of the MRI ABDOMEN And PELVIS scan usually take a couple of hours to come through and may vary in accordance with the nature of problem and the part of the body affected by it. Different tissues send back different types of signal. For instance, a healthy tissue sends out a different signal than a cancerous one which in turn would be different than the signal produced by a fractured part. The specialist studies the respective results thoroughly and then decides upon the required line of treatment

Aarathi Scans Center Alwarpet
Alwarpet
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Rs : 8000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 7200
Aarathi Scans Center Anna Nagar
Anna Nagar
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Rs : 8000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 7200
Aarathi Scans Center Kilpauk
Kilpauk
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Rs : 8000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 7200
Aarathi Scans Center Perambur
Perambur
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Rs : 8000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 7200
Aarathi Scans Center Porur
Porur
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Rs : 8000.00 10.00% off
Rs : 7200
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