We specialize in imaging and diagnosing neurological disorders such as stroke, congenital anomalies, epilepsy, brain tumors, multiple sclerosis and problems of the ear-nose-throat system.

The training and extensive experience of the unit’s radiologists enable them to develop subspecialties within their field to better serve referring physicians. Diagnostic subspecialty areas include cerebrovascular disease, spine imaging, pediatric neuroradiology, otolaryngology, MR angiography, functional MRI, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, transcranial Doppler and carotid ultrasound.

By using the most advanced clinical MRI applications such as Diffusions Weighted Imaging (DWI), Susceptibilty Weighted Imaging (SWI), and Spectroscopy our team can help diagnose early strokes, small malignant lesions or other entities such as metabolic diseases.

Color Coded Doppler Ultrasonography can also be used to detect subtle or significant extracranial carotid and vertebral artery diseases such as atheromatous and calcified plaques, which are an important cause of stroke.

It can also predict the stroke risk factor associated with intimal thickening

A leading cause of hormonal problems is also associated withpituitary gland abnormalities which are best diagnosed by MRI as the gold standard for that particular organ.

We are also proud to announce the unique addition of z-UHR technology to our CT machine. z-UHR technology provides the industry’s best and unparalleled 0.24 mm. spatial resolution and is designed primarily to study the petrous bone ear and other fine structures.

  For Appointment, call 2536 0000