Radiology & Interventional Radiology

The Department of Radiology at Star Hospital has a team of expert radiologists and interventional radiologists who are dedicated to delivering top-notch medical imaging services that adhere to the highest standards of excellence. The diagnostic and interventional radiology services that we have are second to none, utilizing the latest technologies to provide precise and timely results.
Radiology & Interventional Radiology

With multiple latest techniques including radiological image guidance, ultrasound, CT-computed, X-ray fluoroscopy, and MRI-resonance imaging, our department of Radiology is well-equipped to offer the best possible care. We deliver advanced gastrointestinal, vascular, and interventional procedures with the newest technologies available. We provide precise diagnoses and effective treatment plans, all while utilizing the highest-quality images and the lowest possible radiation doses for our patients. 

Key Services

  • Computed Tomography Scan (CT scan)
  • Digital Mammography¬†
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Ultrasound
  • Nuclear Medicine

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Frequently Asked Questions on Radiology & Interventional Radiology

What kind of conditions is treated with Interventional Radiology?

Some of the conditions that are treated using Interventional Radiology are Cancer, Kidney failure, Liver Disease, Spinal Fractures, Pelvic Congestion Syndrome, Uterine Fibroids and many more.

IR uses minimally invasive surgical methods that help to recover quickly, with minimal pain and post-surgery scars. The surgery does not need any kind of hospitalization and the patient is sent home on the same day.

Most of the radiology examinations are conducted with modern equipment and technologies, while some of cancer-related examination requires the use of radiation. 

Radiology experts use modern technology and equipment that reduces the risk of side effects. However, some patients may face issues such as skin redness, hair loss, cataracts and infertility.

Some of the radiology examinations do not affect the pregnancy while in some cases it may lead to future complications. It is advised to consult with your doctor before going for the examination.

Most of the side effects from the radiology examination go away on their own after two to three months, but some of them require time to recover completely.

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