Laboratory and imaging facilities are specialized healthcare settings equipped with the necessary equipment and trained staff to perform diagnostic tests, medical imaging, and various laboratory procedures. These facilities are essential for the diagnosis and management of medical conditions. Here's an overview of laboratory and imaging facilities:
Preliminary reading of various CT images Sub-specialty expertise as required neurology, cardiology, oncology, etc.
Initial read of images covering most major specialties and modalities. Final report – performed either at customer location or remote location.
A Positron Emission Tomography - Computed Tomography (PET-CT scan) combines a CT scan and a PET scan into one to give detailed information about the cancer in question.
A CT scan takes pictures from all around the body and uses a computer to put them together. There is detailed information about CT scans in our section about cancer tests. A PET scan uses a very small amount of an injected radioactive drug to show where cells are active in the body.