Our work focuses on all fields of subspecialty radiology like MRI, CT, Ultrasound and General X-ray. In the complex world of modern, subspecialization enables a physician to know everything there is to know about one category of patients (neurology, for instance), one type of injury (sports injuries, for instance), one type of disease (like cancer), or one body system (gastrointestinal or brain for example). Our team comprises of radiologists proficient in all radiological subspecialties to ensure that even difficult cases receive the proper interpretation.
Our team of radiologists is proficient in all radiological subspecialties to ensure quality interpretation of all cases including difficult ones and obtaining a more definitive diagnosis.
We have high accuracy rates and a low percentage of false-positive exams which in turn reduces unnecessary follow-up and reduces waiting time and cost to patients.
Advanced interpretation and reporting are available in various Subspeciality levels of radiology.
Gastrointestinal (GI) Radiology
Head and Neck Radiology
By specializing in the subspecialties, our imaging experts are capable of focusing on additional nuances related to a particular system of human anatomy to deliver a more detailed analysis of the image, helping in obtaining a more definitive diagnosis.
Musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging radiologists focus on diagnosing bone and joint abnormalities, including orthopaedic, rheumatologic, traumatic conditions and sports medicine injuries.
Radiologists specialized in emergency radiology have extensive experience interpreting traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies.
Subspecialized neuroradiologists work closely with neurosurgeons, neurologists, physicians, and others to provide a coordinated, informed, effective approach to neurological patient care.
Benefits Of Subspecialized Radiology
Our most highly skilled radiologists have high accuracy rates and a low percentage of false-positive exams.
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