AMI’s Expert Head & Neck team with global experience thrive to improve the patient outcome by deep technological expertise.
AMI provides expert diagnostic and therapeutic services pertaining to the brain, spine, head, and neck. Our head and neck imaging radiology service includes head and neck ultrasound and FNA/biopsy backed by the experience of having performed over 40,000 neck ultrasound examinations so far.
The wide scope includes providing diagnostic and interventional radiology procedures using MRI, CT, ultrasound, PET/CT, and intra-operative and functional MR imaging.
The Computational Neuroimaging Laboratory provides post-image processing and advanced analysis for all clinicians involved in the circle of treatment.
We also review complex MRI and CT examinations across various subsites of the head and neck region. Some of them being the sinonasal region, skull base, otology, maxilla-facial, salivary, oral cavity, pharynx, and larynx — including imaging of head and neck malignancies in the areas mentioned above. We also provide a radiofrequency thyroid ablation (RFA) service for symptomatic benign nodules.
Head and neck imaging radiologists at AMI work closely with consulting and referring physicians along with the patient — ensuring optimum outcomes. They are actively involved in the diagnosis and discussion of possible treatment options with all stakeholders in the circle of treatment. Our highly trained radiologists review pathology results, discuss possible treatment plans and biopsy options with the consulting physician, and make themselves available to address patients’ concerns. Their recommendations enable the referring physician to treat the condition effectively — giving patients the best opportunity for recovery and long-term good health.
AMI nurtures the best talent in Neck imaging radiology. Annual conferences and a host of national/international learning and presentation programs keep our head and neck imaging radiologists updated on latest developments in the industry. Not only are they actively involved in research and development, but several of them have also authored peer-reviewed journals and publications in the field.
Reporting standards followed as per guidelines from the American College of Radiology (ACR) & The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR)
Reliable, and accurate reports with less turn-around time. 99% of the emergency reports are delivered in less than 1 hour.
Internationally certified radiologists with Sub-specialty expertise are available 24×7 for 365 days a year.