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IVU / IVP, MCU, RGU, HSG, Fistulography and Sinusography

Interventional Radiology​

Description

These required the use of iodinated contrast media

Machine

Medford 300mA machine with an FUJI CR System

Preparation/ Instructions

Different procedures need different preparations, details of which will be given prior to the procedure

Appointment

May be required

Time taken

Depending upon the procedure

Report Given

Same day in most cases otherwise the next day

Special Comments

Virtually all radiology procedures possible are performed at our place, except for angiography, venography and lymphangiography

3D/4D Ultrasound

IVU (Intravenous Urography)

In this procedure, a dye is injected intravenously and X-ray pictures of the kidneys, uterus and bladder are obtained. The dye is radio-opaque and seen well with X-rays. Overnight fasting and good preparation of the colon with laxatives are required.

MCU (Micturating Cystourethrography)

Dye is introduced into the urinary bladder and the patient is asked to micturate/urinate. X-ray pictures are obtained during the act of micturition to assess the function and structure of the urinary bladder and urethra.

RGU (Retrograde Urethrography)

Dye is injected through the urethra from the glans penis and X-ray pictures are taken. This helps in assessing the urethra and the bladder base.

Fistulogram and Sinusogram

In these studies, using a small catheter, iodinated dye is injected into the cutaneous sinus or fistula and X-rays are taken, which help in identifying the tract of the sinus or fistula.

Sialography

In this, the parotid duct is cannulated from the mouth and X-ray pictures of the parotid duct and gland are obtained.

Angiography and Venography

The arteries are catheterized usually through the femoral artery and after the injection of iodinated dye, X-rays are taken. If the same study is performed for the veins, we get venograms.

HSG (Hysterosalpingography)

The cervix is cannulated and iodinated dye is injected into the cervical and uterine lumen. The Fallopian tubes are then well seen. This procedure is used to study the patency of the passage as well as other structural abnormalities.

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USG ARM
USG BOTH BREAST
USG C.DOPPLER F.W.B
USG CAROTID DOPPLER STUDY
USG CHEST
USG LT LOWER LIMB DOPPLER
USG COLOUR DOPPLER
USG COLOUR DOPPLER OBSTETRICS
USG COLOUR DOPPLER OF LFT UPPER
USG COLOUR DOPPLER PENIS
USG CONGENITAL ANOMALY  SCAN
USG CRANIAL
USG LOWER LIMB ( BOTH)
USG EYE
USG FWB
USG FOLLICULAR STUDY
USG GUIDED FLUID TAPING
USG GUIDED ASPIRATION
USG GUIDED CARTHETER REMOVE
USG GUIDED FNAC
USG GUIDED PUS TAPING
USG JOINT
USG KNEE
USG KUB
USG KUB & PROSTATE
USG KUB C.D.
USG LEFT BREAST
USG LOCAL PART
USG LOWER ABDOMEN
USG MEMOGRAPHY
USG NECK
USG OVULATION PER SITING
USG USG PELVIC
USG PELVIC REGION
USG PENILE
USG PENILE DOPPLER
USG PENIS
USG LIMB DOPPLER ( SINGLE) LIMB
USG RENAL DOPPLER
USG REVIEW
USG RIGHT BREAST
USG RT. ARM
USG CAROTID DOPPLER
USG SCREANING
USG SCROTTUM
USG SKULL
USG SMALL PART
USG THYROID
USG THYROID /ORBIT/JOINT
USG TRUS
USG TVS
USG TVS CD
USG UPPER ABD.
USG UT & BOTH ADENEX
USG VENOUS CDS ( SINGLE ) LEG
USG WHOLE ADB.
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