CAT – Computerised Axial Tomography

CAT – Computerised Axial Tomography

This type of scan uses ionising radiation (x-rays) to reproduce the patient’s body sections or layers and to perform three-dimensional elaborations from which it is possible to make a diagnosis of the state of health of the concerned part.
Mammography

Mammography

Mammography is an essential weapon in the early diagnosis of breast cancer, making it possible to make a preliminary assessment essential to surgery.
MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging

An MRI is a diagnostic exam that makes it possible to view the inside of our body in a non-invasive way, without using ionising radiation.

Owing to its diagnostic accuracy and to the almost total absence of side effects, this procedure is of primary importance in the diagnosis of many diseases.
Traditional radiology

Traditional radiology

Using X-rays, traditional radiology makes it possible to obtain radiographic images of various areas of the body on the basis of which the radiologist diagnoses various types of diseases and possibly indicates the therapeutic remedy.

The most widespread investigations are x-rays of the chest, of the skeleton, but also studies of the digestive tract, especially functional ones.
Ultrasonography

Ultrasonography

Through ultrasound investigation it is possible to obtain an effective analysis of a large part of the human body. Indeed, ultrasonography is an instrumental investigation that relies on the use of sound waves – also called “ultrasounds” – to supply images of the internal organs, with the advantage of being entirely non-invasive and harmless for the patient.
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