Radiology Department is a well equipped department with state-of-the-art technology which compares with the best in the world our principal strengths are our expertise in dealing with oncology patients and optimized imaging protocols conforming to international practice. Our practice of crisp clinically oriented reports helps our clinicians in the right decision making. Our staff is involved in carrying out most bed side interventional procedures. Our contribution in patient management through active participation in multi specialty clinics and tumor board meetings sets us apart.
- Direct Digital Radiography System
- Ultrasonography with superficial, abdominal, transvaginal and transrectal probes
- CT Scan
- Mammography with stereotactic biopsy for breast lesion
- Mobile X-ray units
- Image guided drainage procedures
- Biopsies / FNAC
- Carotid, Renal, Limb Doppler
Care and Support facilities
BMCHRC provides various facilities and services. Besides professional care and support, hospital management is taking care of patients’ inner comfort as well. Facilities Offered at BMCHRC incliudes:
- 1. 16 SLICE CT Scan
- 2. Digital Mammography
- 3. Color Doppler
- 4. Digital X-Ray
- 5. OPG
- 4. Digital X-Ray
- 5. OPG
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Find right answers to all your queries
Can a radiologist diagnose cancer?
A radiologist is a medical doctor with a special training in reading and interpreting imaging results. Based on the image and interpretation, the radiologist will be able to note any findings that are suspicious of being a tumour.
What kind of scan detects cancer?
There are a plethora of scans that are used to detect cancer, with the most common being CT angiograms, Mammograms, Digital Radiograms, Ultrasonography, and Orthopendogram. Sometimes, X-rays are also used.
Does cancer always show on CT scan?
In most cases, a CT scan will always show if there is a tumour, in addition to its shape, size, and the blood vessels feeding into the tumour. However, there are certain special cases that may or may not show up in CT scans. For more information on this, you can get in touch with one of our experts. Book an appointment today.
Can a CT scan tell if a lymph node is cancerous?
CT Scans are very detailed in their nature, which is why they are a great tool to monitor if a lymph node has increased in size. However, CT scans cannot exactly tell whether tissue is cancerous or not.
Can a CT scan tell if a tumor is cancerous?
CT scans cannot decipher between the nature of a tissue, whether is cancerous or not. However, they are a great tool to study the change, enlargement, and structure of the tissue to catch anything suspicious. This can then later be investigated further using PET/CT scans that are far more accurate and detailed.