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Department of Radiology

Radiology describes the area of medicine that utilizes X-ray, and magnetic field ultrasonic waves in order to detect, diagnose, and guide treatment of numerous diseases and injuries. Currently, the dynamic images that radiology provides are essential to both physicians and patients, thanks to their realistic depiction of the anatomy, functions, and abnormalities within the body, radiologists can interpret imaging studies, act as consultants to other specialists, and perform interventional procedures.

Stations/Counter Area Process
General Radiography X-rays are a form of radiation, like light or radio waves that can be focused into a beam. Once it is carefully aimed at the part of the body being examined, an x-ray machine produces a small burst of radiation that passes through the body, recording an image on photographic film or a special image recording plate
Mobile Radiography Mobile unit used to X-ray bed ridden patients and sometimes used to X-ray during operative procedures in Operating Room.
C-Arm C-arms are radiographic and fluoroscopic systems in which the image receptor and X-ray tube housing assembly is positioned by the C-shaped support that give the equipment its name. Mainly used during Operative Procedures & assisting special procedures in department.
Ultra Sound Scanner Ultrasound, or sonography, uses high frequency sound waves to see inside the body. As the sound waves pass through the body, echoes are produced, and bounce back to the transducer. These echoes can help doctors determine the location of a structure or abnormality, as well as information about its make up. Ultrasound is a painless way to examine internal organs.
CT Scan CT scanner is a system consisting of X-ray tube an array of detectors and a computer. X-rays produced from the X-ray tube passing through the patient and the detectors detect the rays reaching out of the patient. It can be visualized with the help of the computer monitor which is also the part of the CT scan machine. Thin cross sectional views of the internal organs can be examined with CT scan.
MRI Use magnetic field apply of RF pulses which give multi planner images with very good tensive characteristics .advantage of non radiation.

Radiation Safety

  • The Hospital Radiation Safety program applies to all locations where radiation-producing machines are used or stored, regardless of ownership or the location.
  • It applies to all persons working at or frequenting these locations, regardless of their relationship with the Hospital
  • It applies to all radiation-producing machines at these locations, regardless of ownership of the machines.