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Get ultrasound (sonography) done from the expert-approved labs. They use high frequency sound waves to capture detailed images of uterus & ovaries during pregnancy, diagnose gallbladder diseases, evaluate blood flow, deal with gastric issues, detect kidney stones etc.



Are you looking for a CT Scan (Computed Tomography Scan) near your home at the best imaging centre at budget-friendly rates? CT scan is a commonly ordered image diagnostic test that captures advanced x-ray images to diagnose tumours, investigate internal bleeding, or check for internal injuries and damage.


If you are looking for honest pricing for MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scan) at trusted diagnostic labs, then you are at the right place. During an MRI Scan, strong magnetic fields and radio waves are used in a controlled manner to diagnose a variety of conditions from torn ligaments to tumours. It is majorly performed for examining the brain and spinal cord.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A. The most common diagnostic tests include ultrasound, CT scan and MRI scan. While ultrasound is conducted for the stomach area to detect gastric issues, kidney stones, pregnancy, etc., CT scan is conducted to diagnose tumours and internal bleeding. MRI scan is conducted to examine the brain, spinal cord and ligaments.

A. The three common types of ultrasounds include abdominal ultrasound (examination of liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, and bladder), pelvic ultrasound (examination of uterus, ovaries, bladder, and prostate gland) and Transvaginal ultrasound (examination of the cause of pelvic pain).

A. CT scan is used to diagnose muscles and bone disorders, including bone tumours and fractures. The doctors mostly recommend CT scan to detect and monitor diseases and conditions, including cancer, heart diseases, liver masses and lung nodules.

A. A CT scan uses X-rays, whereas an MRI scan uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to capture detailed images of internal organs such as the brain, spinal cord, bones, joints and ligaments.

A. CT scan usually takes 10-20 minutes wherein the diagnostic expert asks the patient to breathe in, breathe out and hold your breath at certain points.

A. MRI is a 100% painless procedure that is not performed under the influence of anaesthesia or medication. However, if the patient is claustrophobic, the diagnostic expert might give you some light sedative to help you to relax.
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