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Body Imaging

Body imaging includes non-invasive imaging modalities and minimally invasive surgical procedures to treat pathologies of major organs of the abdomen and pelvis. Detection of GI tract inflammation, where wall thickening, disturbed wall morphology, surrounding oedema and lymphadenopathy, evaluation of free intraabdominal air and intestinal obstruction, Luminal and exoenteric pathologies can be diagnosed accurately. Ultrasound accurately detects renal dysplasia, renal hypoplasia, renal aplasia, multicystic dysplastic kidney, pelviureteric junction obstruction, duplication anomalies, fusion anomalies, renal ectopia, ureteroceles, cystic kidney diseases, and posterior urethral valves.  MRI is generally accepted as the gold standard examination in the staging of rectal cancers, inflammatory bowel diseases and accurate diagnosis of cystic disease. Acquisition of 3D images allows the possibility of virtual endoscopy which contributes to the detailed evaluation of a diseased bowel segment and the intraluminal display is easily recognized by gastroenterologists.  CT is the major imaging modality for RCC and urothelial carcinoma of the bladder.  Diagnostic imaging techniques like CT colonography, Abdomen and pelvic X ray, MRI Defecography, ultrasound, barium enema with air contrast, pouchogram, vaginography, intravenous pyelogram, herniography, percutaneous antegrade urography are used for diagnosing pathologies of abdomen and pelvic organs.

What do we offer at AMI?

At AMI, the body imaging department leverages the use of diagnostic and treatment support with state-of-the-art imaging modalities, advanced technology and expertise to provide a comprehensive diagnosis of gastrointestinal pathologies. We offer multiple imaging like fluoroscopy, x-rays, CT (computed tomography or CAT), ultrasound, MRI, and procedures such as biopsy and fluid and abscess drainage to explore the detailed functioning, pathology and aberration of major organs of the abdomen and pelvis.

How do we report specific subspecialties?

Accomplished radiologists of AMI are readily available for radiology consultation and provide precise and accurate information. AMI is available at your assistance 24✕7 for 365 days a year to provide accurate reporting and critical opinion from our accomplished radiologists with a turnaround time of less than an hour.  Our reporting services include:

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Reporting standards followed as per guidelines from the American College of Radiology (ACR) & The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR)

On-time Reports

Reliable and accurate reports with less turn-around time. 99% of the emergency reports are delivered in less than 1 hour.

24/7 Compliance

Internationally certified radiologists with subspecialty expertise are available 24×7 for 365 days a year.

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