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MRI Special

    BRAIN
  • CSF ANALYSIS
  • DTI
  • 3D SPECTROSCOPY
  • PERFUSION
  • DYNAMIC
  • BASIC FMRI
  • 3D SEQUENCES
  • CYSTERNOGRAM
    NECK
  • SLEEP/SNORING STUDY
  • FAST NON-CONTRAST ANGIO
    CHEST
  • CARDIAC MORPHOLOGY
  • CARDIAC VIABILITY
  • AORTIC ANGIO
  • MAMMOGRAM PERFUSION
    ABDOMEN/PELVIS
  • ANGIO
  • MRCP
  • PROSTATE SPECTROSCOPY
    OTHERS
  • WHOLE BODY CANCER SCREENING
  • LOWER LIMB ANGIO/VENO
  • FISTULOGRAM
  • SAILOGRAM
  • NEUROGRAM
    USG
  • ELASTROGRAPHY-BREASTS
  • 4D SCAN FOR ALL

CT Special

    ABD
  • TRI PHASIC CONTRAST ABDOMEN
  • LOW DOSE CT ABDOMEN STUDY
  • RECTAL CONTRAST STUDIES
  • ABDOMEN/AORTIC ANGIO
    BRAIN
  • CT SAILOGRAM
  • CT SINOGRAM
  • CT MYELOGRAM
  • CT VIRTUAL BRONCHOSCOPY
  • CT VIRTUAL COLONOSCOPY
    BRAIN
  • CT SAILOGRAM
  • CT SINOGRAM
  • CT MYELOGRAM
  • CT VIRTUAL BRONCHOSCOPY
  • CT VIRTUAL COLONOSCOPY
    OTHERS
  • CYSTERNOGRM
  • DYNAMIC CONTRAST STUDY TUMOUR
  • CEREBRAL ANGIO
    CHEST
  • PULMONARY ANGIO
  • LOW DOSE CT CHEST
    NECK
  • CARODIT ANGIO

Case studies

MRI CSF Flow Analysis

  • Patient Complaint: Difficulty in walking, decline in thinking skills and loss of urinary bladder control
  • Suspected condition based on clinical correlation: Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
  • Investigation advised: MRI CSF flow analysis (cerebrospinal fluid analysis)
  • Special technology used: Special software application MRI packages and MRI compatible ECG devices for known cardiac values
  • Results: Based on the Mean Velocity, the Peak CSF Velocity and the Absolute Stroke Volume, the patient was diagnosed as having no evidence of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.

MRI – BRAIN & CSF flow study with whole spine screening

  • Patient Complaint: Lack of Coordination and loss of urinary bladder control
  • Suspected condition based on clinical correlation: Neurological abnormalities in brain and spine
  • Investigation advised: MRI – Brain & CSF flow study with whole spine screening
  • Investigation Details: Multiple diffusion non-restricting T2 / FLAIR hyperintense foci noted in the subcortical and deep white matter of both cerebral hemispheres - s/o Small vessel ischemic changes. Tiny CSF isointense cyst noted in the left hippocampal region – s/o Neuroglial cyst. No abnormal signals are visualized in the rest of the cerebral hemispheres. The thalami, basal ganglia and internal capsules are normal on both sides. The ventricles and sulci appear prominent. The pituitary gland, infundibulum and hypothalamus are normal for the age. Medulla, pons and midbrain appear normal. The posterior fossa shows normal cerebellum. Both CP angles are clear. The basal cisterns appear prominent. No evidence of acute infarct, hemorrhage, mass lesion or arteriovenous malformation. Normal flow void is seen in the major dural venous sinuses.
  • Results: Based on the Mean Velocity, the Peak CSF Velocity and the Absolute Stroke Volume, the CSF flow analysis reveals no evidence of hyperdynamic CSF flow through the aqueduct.

Whole Spine Screening

  • Patient Complaint: Patient is unable to control urination
  • Suspected condition based on clinical correlation: Spinal canal tumour
  • Investigation advised: Whole Spine Screening
  • Observations:
    • Cervical Spine - C4-C5 and C5-C6 discs show subtle posterior protrusion minimally indenting the cal sac
    • Dorsal Spine - Focal hemangioma noted in D1 vertebral body
    • Lumbar Spine - Mild lumbar spondylotic changes noted. L3-L4, L4-L5 and L5-S1 discs show desiccation and mild bulge indenting thecal sac.
  • Impressions:
    • Age-related mild cerebral atrophy
    • Multiple diffusion non-restricting T2 / FLAIR hyperintense foci in the subcortical and deep white matter of both cerebral hemispheres - s/o Small vessel ischemic changes
    • No evidence of hydrocephalus
    • No evidence of hyperdynamic CSF flow through the aqueduct.

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