MRI uses powerful magnetic and radio waves with the help of a computer to produce detailed diagnostic images of organs and structures inside the body. MRI may give more detailed information than can be seen with X-ray, ultrasound or CT. It is a valuable tool for the diagnosis of many diseases and conditions including cancer.
CT is a medical imaging procedure that uses x-rays and digital computer technology to create detailed pictures of the body.
It is a fast, painless and accurate procedure used to assess the head, spine, lungs, abdomen, extremities, internal organs and blood vessels. It can also be used to detect and monitor cancer and the effectiveness of cancer treatment.
This is a medical imaging method that uses high frequency sound waves to obtain diagnostic images of structures within the body. Ultrasound can be used to view an unborn foetus, examine internal organs, show movement of internal tissues and organs, to guide procedures such as needle biopsies,
X-ray is a non-invasive medical test that produces images by exposing a part of the body to a small dose of ionizing radiation. It is mostly used to assess broken bones, dislocated joints, infection or cancer. X-Ray may also be used to assess lung or abdominal diseases such as kidney and gall stones.