Radiology is the area of medicine that uses X-rays, magnetic waves, and ultrasound to obtain detailed images of the inside of the body. Doctors can then use those images to detect and diagnose illnesses and injuries, as well as to help develop treatment plans. The Radiology Department at Dr. Gaikwad Diabetes Center offers radiology (also called imaging) services to residents of our nearby and the surrounding region. Below are descriptions of some of the imaging tests available at Our Centre.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive, non-radiation examination that uses sound waves to detect disease and locate possible abnormalities in breast tissue. Ultrasound systems at Dr. Gaikwad Diabetes Center are designed to provide doctors with precise images for the efficient diagnosis of breast problems. The system enables the physician to perform high-resolution panoramic imaging or 3D scanning in real-time. We provide the best USG in Bhosari.
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
Computed tomography (CT) is an imaging test that creates detailed images of internal organs, bones, and tissue. The images generated during a CT scan can be reformatted into three-dimensional images viewed on a computer monitor, printed out, or transferred to other media. Dr. Gaikwad Diabetes Center uses a 64-slice scanner, as well as a four-slice scanner for CT examinations. Each time the scanner rotates around a patient’s body, it uses low-radiation X-rays to create four or 64 high-resolution slices (images). Because the scanner circles a patient’s body about four times every second, patients lie inside of the CT machine for two to three minutes.