The Radiology Team is driven by the desire to provide professional, efficient, and high-quality services to all our patients.
|Dr. A. Ameeral||Consultant Radiologist|
|Dr. F. Rampersad||Consultant/Interventional Radiologist|
|Dr. C. Premdas||Consultant Radiologist|
|Mr. S. Persad||Radiographer|
|Mr. Satya Raj||Radiographer|
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What is a CT scan, X-Ray, or Ultrasound?
CT Scan – Computed Tomography, widely known as C.A.T. scan, is a relatively quick procedure that uses x-rays to create computer generated images of different parts of the body.
X-Ray – also called a radiograph, is a special image that uses radiation to create pictures of bones and other internal tissues.
Ultrasound – also known as ultrasound canning or sonography, involves exposing parts of the body to high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of inside the body. Ultrasounds do not use radiation. Because ultrasound images are captured in real time, it can show the structure and movement of the body's internal organs, as well as, blood flow through the vessels. The ultrasound technique that measures blood velocity as it flows through the vessels is called a Doppler Ultrasound.