NEPHROLOGY SERVICES AT INAMDAR MULTISPECIALITY HOSPITAL in bibwewadi
The Radiology report is the most critical component of the service provided by a radiologist.It constitutes the formal documentation and communication of the results of a radiologic study or procedure. The reports are usually dictated by a trained radiologist, but reports may vary greatly in style, format, and effectiveness. At Inamdar Multispecialty Hospital we make sure that the reports are typed correctly and in the format, as it is accepted by all the Consultants, Practitioners and other doctors as well.
Looking at the requirement in the Market we have the latest and fully automated machine Aloka 72555 till date cases have been done are 2000. In the Radiology department complete privacy, safety and comfort level is been provided to the patient as he/she feels better and is able to communicate freely with the Radiologist and discuss the issues openly.
GE VOLUSON 730 PRO V3 | GE VOLUSON 730 PRO 8 | GE VOLUSON 730 PRO V2
At the diagnostic Radiology department of Inamdar Multispeciality Hospital, we are equipped with state of the art equipment comprising of GE Voluson 730 pro-ultrasound machine with 4D capability, Aloka colour Doppler –alpha 6 ultrasound machine, digital radiography and digital mammography.
In addition in-house facility for CT scan, MRI with CT angiography, CT bone densitometry and one of the few centres in the country for MR defecography is available at Fidelity diagnostics in our premises. All radiological procedures are being performed such as IVP, Barium studies, HSG, RGU, MCU. Apart from the routine ultrasound tests such as abdominal, anomaly scan, NT scan etc, which are performed competently; 4D scans, High-frequency ultrasound of breast (Sonomammography), scrotum, thyroid, musculoskeletal, orbit, infant brain and whole-body colour Doppler studies are available.
Ultrasound-guided procedures and fetal medicine procedures are also being performed at our hospital. Our dedicated and well-trained radiologists are available from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (and on Sundays from 10 a.m . to 2 p.m. with routine charges.). Reporting is done in a standardized and lucid manner which is acceptable to all consultants. Reports and images can be emailed to patients and referring doctors.