- Abdominal and pelvic ultrasound
- Obstetric ultrasound / NT /Anomaly /Doppler
- Trans-cavitary ultrasound (TVS/TRUS)
- Neck and thyroid ultrasound
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound (shoulder/ankle/elbow/hip)
- Breast ultrasound
- Soft tissue ultrasound
- Doppler studies including aortic, carotid, mesenteric, renal Doppler, peripheral arterial and venous Doppler, AV mapping, penile Doppler.
- Ultrasound guided procedures (pleural/ascetic tapping/FNAC)
- Fetal echo
- Patient instruction
USG Abdomen and Pelvis:
- 3-4 hours of Fasting
- Full bladder (Should not pass urine until completion of scan) – 4-5 glasses of water 1 hour prior to scan.
- Full bladder required. No fasting necessary.
Obstetrics/ Pregnancy Scan:
- Before 16 weeks – Full bladder required. Patient may eat.
- After 16 weeks. No special preparation necessary.
Peripheral Doppler studies:
- No special preparation required.
Abdominal or Real Doppler:
- Preferably overnight fasting followed by scan in the morning or at
least 4 hours of fasting prior to scan.
- Dexa(BMD)Whole body, Forearm/spine/femour or hip
- OPG cephlography, TMJ (open & close mouth)
X- ray procedure:
- Intravenous Urogram(IVP)
- Micturating Cysto-urethrogram(MCU)
- Retrograde urography(RGU)Barium swallow,
- Barium meal follow through(BMFT)
- Barium meal,Sialogram, Sinogram ,Fistulogram,Gastography
Digital X- ray:
- Chest, Skull, PNS, Orbit, Neck,Cervical spine, T spine, T L spine, L S spine, Sacrococcygel, abdomen(erect or supine), KUB,Pelvis with both hip,
Frog leg view,
- Lower extremities
- Upper extremities
- Special views