Radiology is a specialty in medicine that uses radiation (ionizing and nonionizing) for the diagnosis and treatment of specific diseases. Radiology uses imaging technologies such as X-Ray radiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) that enable us to see within the human body to diagnose disease and abnormalities. In radiology we image the inner configuration of the human body with the use of radiation.
Radiology is also referred to as radioscopy or clinical radiology. Radiology plays a vital role in clinical practice across a wide range of medical disciplines. It is considered to be the best, minimally invasive way of diagnosing, treating or monitoring disease and injury. Regal Hospital offers a comprehensive range of highly sophisticated imaging tests that are conducted in a welcoming environment that focuses on quality and patient comfort. Our board certified radiologists, with subspecialty fellowship training, provide an exceptional level of care in several convenient methods.
When you have your imaging performed at Regal Hospital, you can be assured that our specialized radiologists will work closely with your primary care provider and/or specialist to provide the most patient-centered, coordinated care experience. So you and your doctor can feel confident that you’re getting the very best care right here, close to home.
Interventional radiologists at the Regal Hospital are trained in using the radiology tools to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases without major surgery. We use minimally invasive techniques that involve tiny incisions, small catheters or needles which are inserted into the target area. These procedures involve less pain, less risk and shorter recovery times.
Procedures and Treatment
- Ultrasound of KUB (Kidney Ureter and Bladder)
- Ultrasound of Abdomen and Pelvis
- Ultrasound for Pregnant women
- Ultrsound of Scrotum
- Doppler Study of carotid
- Doppler Study of Lower Limbs (Arterial and Venous)
- Echo cardiogram
- All Bones
- Ligament tear
- X-Ray of Abdomen
- Chest X-Ray
- X-Ray KUB
- IVP Study