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Onco Imaging

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Oncology Imaging Services

AMI’s Onco imaging services help oncologists, radiation oncologists and onco-surgeons to make a confident approach towards precision care of the patients.

Oncology imaging has applications across the entire treatment regimen of cancers from diagnosis, location, tumour staging, monitoring treatment response to identify early relapse or remission. Technology has played a pivotal role in diagnostic techniques in onco imaging which include 3D/4D Ultrasounds, Contrast enhanced Ultrasound, Tomosynthesis, CT with CT perfusion, MRI, multi-echo fMRI, DSC-MR Perfusion, Diffusion Tensor Imaging and PET-CT (multiple tumour specific Radionuclides). With recent breakthroughs in Onco radiology, personalized medicine, and precision therapy is now a possibility.


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

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What is onco-imaging and how does it differ from regular imaging services?

Onco imaging, short for oncologic imaging, refers to a specialized branch of medical imaging dedicated to the detection, characterization, and monitoring of cancerous tumors and their impact on surrounding tissues. Unlike regular imaging services that encompass a broad range of medical imaging techniques for various conditions, onco imaging focuses specifically on the unique challenges posed by cancer diagnosis and treatment. Techniques commonly employed in onco imaging include computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and ultrasound, among others. The key distinction lies in the emphasis on detecting cancer at an early stage, determining its precise location, evaluating its characteristics, and assessing its response to treatment. Onco imaging also involves advanced imaging modalities like functional imaging, which provides information about cellular activity and metabolism, aiding in the assessment of tumor behavior. The multidisciplinary approach of onco imaging integrates findings from various imaging modalities to offer a comprehensive understanding of the cancer's extent and characteristics, guiding oncologists in making informed decisions regarding treatment strategies and patient care. In essence, onco imaging tailors imaging services to the specific needs and challenges posed by cancer, contributing significantly to the advancement of oncology and personalized cancer care.

Role of imaging in Oncology?

Imaging plays a pivotal role in the field of oncology, serving as an indispensable tool for the detection, diagnosis, staging, and monitoring of cancer. Various imaging modalities, such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and ultrasound, are employed to visualize tumors, assess their characteristics, and determine their precise location within the body. In the diagnostic phase, imaging aids in identifying the presence of suspicious lesions, enabling early detection and intervention. Additionally, imaging is crucial in staging cancers, helping oncologists understand the extent of the disease and plan appropriate treatment strategies. Throughout the course of treatment, imaging is used to monitor the response to therapies, evaluate the effectiveness of interventions, and detect any signs of recurrence. Moreover, advanced imaging techniques, including functional and molecular imaging, provide insights into the metabolic activity and molecular features of tumors, aiding in the characterization of cancer at a cellular level. The integration of imaging findings with other diagnostic information enables oncologists to make informed decisions, tailor treatment plans to individual patients, and optimize outcomes. In essence, imaging serves as an indispensable ally in the comprehensive care of cancer patients, contributing significantly to the diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of oncologic conditions.

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