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Department of Radiology Medical Center Valley

The best diagnostic support images for various medical specialties and patients in the state of Nueva Esparta, offers general radiology, noninvasive imaging studies diagnostic and therapeutic radiology studies with oral contrast and / or intravenous, multislice helical tomography volumetric reconstructions, high - field MRI with high temporal and spatial resolution, digital mammography, high -resolution ultrasound.

 

 

Studies conducted at Centro Medico Valley, C.A.

 

Computed axial tomography

Computed tomography (CT) is an imaging test used to create detailed images of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels. The images of cross - sections generated during the CT scan can be reordered in multiple planes, and can even generate three - dimensional images that can be viewed on a computer monitor, printed on a plate or transfer to electronic media. CT scanning is usually the best method to detect various types of cancers, because the images allow your doctor to confirm the presence and determine the size and location of a tumor. CT is quick, painless, accurate, and non -invasive. In emergency cases, you can identify internal injuries and bleeding quickly enough to help save lives.

CT scan of the head.

Computed tomography, more commonly known as CT or CAT scan is a diagnostic medical examination as traditional X - rays, produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body.

The transverse images generated during a CT scan can be reformatted in multiple planes, and even three - dimensional images can be generated. These images can be viewed on a computer monitor, printed on a plate or transferred to a CD or DVD.

CT imaging of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels, usually provide more details than conventional X - ray examinations, particularly for soft tissue and blood vessels.

CT scanning provides more detailed information on head injuries, stroke, brain tumors and other brain than conventional radiographs (X - rays) diseases.

TAC Spine.

Computed tomography (CT) of the spine is an imaging test used to help diagnose (or rule) damage to the spine in patients with injuries. CT scanning is fast, painless, non - invasive and accurate. In an emergency, it can reveal internal injuries and bleeding quickly enough to help save lives.

Talk to your doctor if there is a possibility that you are pregnant and tell them about any recent illness, medical condition, medications you are taking and allergies. Your doctor will ask you to not eat or drink anything for several hours before the procedure. If you have a known allergy to contrast material, your doctor may prescribe medications to reduce the risk of an allergic reaction. These medications should be taken 12 hours before the test. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown.

Sinus CT.

Computed tomography, more commonly known as CT or CAT scan is a diagnostic medical examination as traditional X - rays, produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body.

The transverse images generated during a CT scan can be reformatted in multiple planes, and even three - dimensional images can be generated. These images can be viewed on a computer monitor, printed on a plate or transferred to a CD or DVD.

CT imaging of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels, usually provide more details than conventional X - ray examinations, particularly for soft tissue and blood vessels.

A CT scan of the face produces images that also show the sinus cavities of the patient. Sinuses are hollow spaces filled with air located within the bones of the face and around the nasal cavity, a system of air ducts connecting the nose with the back of the throat. There are four pairs of breasts, each connected to the nasal cavity by small holes.

CT in Pediatric Patients

Pediatric computed tomography (CT) is a painless quick scan, which uses a special x - ray equipment to create detailed images of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels of your child. It can be used to help diagnose abdominal pain or to evaluate the presence of lesions after trauma.

Talk to your doctor about medications and allergies your child. Tell your doctor and the technologist before the test if you know your son / daughter is allergic / a contrast material. Your child / a should wear loose, comfortable clothing, and you could ask for a gown. You may be asked to you to restrict food and drink for your child prior to examination, especially if you will be using anesthesia or sedation. Overall, it was not sedated or anesthetized children who have recently been ill. If this is the case, or if you suspect your child may be getting sick, talk to your doctor to reschedule the exam.

TAC Thorax.

Computed tomography, more commonly known as CT or CAT scan is a diagnostic medical examination as traditional X - rays, produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body.

The transverse images generated during a CT scan can be reformatted in multiple planes, and even three - dimensional images can be generated. These images can be viewed on a computer monitor, printed on a plate or transferred to a CD or DVD.

CT imaging of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels, usually provide more details than conventional X - ray examinations, particularly for soft tissue and blood vessels.

CT Abdomen Pelvis.

Computed tomography, more commonly known as CT or CAT scan is a diagnostic medical examination as traditional X - rays, produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body.

The transverse images generated during a CT scan can be reformatted in multiple planes, and even three - dimensional images can be generated. These images can be viewed on a computer monitor, printed on a plate or transferred to a CD or DVD.

CT imaging of internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels, usually provide more details than conventional X - ray examinations, particularly for soft tissue and blood vessels.

Urography, CT urography, UroRM.

Urography uses images and contrast material to evaluate or blood in the urine, kidney stones or bladder and urinary tract cancer. Urography with conventional X - ray is known as intravenous pyelogram (IVP). Intravenous urography also be performed using computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The urography CT and MRI are painless and have proven effective in detecting urinary tract problems.

Their preparation may vary depending on whether CT or MRI examination is used. Talk to your doctor if there is any possibility that you are pregnant and tell them about any recent illness, medical condition, medications you are taking, and any allergies (especially to contrast materials). Your doctor may tell you to not eat or drink anything for several hours before the procedure. In order to distend the bladder, you may be asked to drink water before the exam and not urinate until exploration is completed. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown.

Direct arthrography.

Arthrography is a medical image used to evaluate and diagnose conditions and joint pains that have no explanation. It is very effective to detect diseases in the ligaments, tendons and cartilage. It may be indirect, in which the contrast material is injected into the blood, or direct stream, in which the contrast material is injected into the joint. Arthrography can use computed tomography (CT), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) or fluoroscopy (a form of X - rays in real time).

Their preparation may vary depending on the method of imaging that is used in consideration. Talk to your doctor if there is any possibility that you are pregnant and tell them about any recent illness, medical condition, medications you are taking, and any allergies (especially to contrast materials). Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown.

 

 

Resonance cholangiopancreatography.

Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography, or MRCP, uses a powerful magnetic field, radio waves and a computer to evaluate the liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, pancreas and pancreatic duct, to determine the presence of disease. It is not invasive and does not use ionizing radiation.

Talk to your doctor about any health problems, allergies and recent surgeries or whether there is a possibility that you are pregnant. The magnetic field is not dangerous, but can cause some medical devices to malfunction. Most orthopedic implants do not present risks, but must inform the technologist if you have any device or metal in your body. The rules regarding food and drink before the test vary according to the institution. Unless you are told otherwise, take your regular medications current form. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. If you have claustrophobia or anxiety, you can ask the doctor to administer a mild sedative before the test.

Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)

MRI angiography (MRA) uses a powerful magnetic field, radio waves and a computer to evaluate blood vessels and help identify abnormalities or diagnose atherosclerosis (plaque). This test does not use ionizing radiation and may require an injection of a contrast material called gadolinium that presents less risk of causing an allergic reaction to the iodine contrast material.

Talk to your doctor about any health problems, allergies and recent surgeries or whether there is a possibility that you are pregnant. The magnetic field is not dangerous, but can cause some medical devices to malfunction. Most orthopedic implants do not present risks, but must inform the technologist if you have any device or metal in your body. The rules regarding food and drink before the test vary according to the institution. Unless you are told otherwise, take your regular medications current form. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. If you have claustrophobia or anxiety, you can ask the doctor to administer a mild sedative before the test.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the head.

Taking magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the head uses a powerful magnetic field, radio waves and a computer to produce detailed images of the brain and other cranial structures that are clearer and more detailed than those obtained with other methods. This test does not use ionizing radiation and may require an injection of a contrast material called gadolinium that presents less risk of causing an allergic reaction to the iodine contrast material.

Talk to your doctor about any health problems, recent surgeries or allergies, and whether there is a possibility that you are pregnant. The magnetic field is not dangerous, but can cause some medical devices to malfunction. Most orthopedic implants do not present risks, but must inform the technologist if you have any device or metal in your body. The rules regarding food and drink before the test vary according to the institution. Unless you are told otherwise, take your regular medications current form. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. If you have claustrophobia or anxiety, you can ask the doctor to administer a mild sedative before the test.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the spine.

Taking magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine uses radio waves, a strong magnetic field and a computer to produce detailed images of the spine and surrounding tissues, which are clearer and more detailed than those obtained other methods. This test does not use ionizing radiation and may require an injection of a contrast material called gadolinium, which presents less risk of causing an allergic reaction to the iodine contrast material.

Talk to your doctor about any health problems, allergies and recent surgeries or whether there is a possibility that you are pregnant. The magnetic field is not dangerous, but can cause some medical devices to malfunction. Most orthopedic implants do not present risks, but must inform the technologist if you have any device or metal in your body. The rules regarding food and drink before the test vary according to the institution.Unless you are told otherwise, take your regular medications current form. Leave jewelry at home and view loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. If you have claustrophobia or anxiety, you can ask the doctor to administer a mild sedative before the test.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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