Nuclear Medicine is a painless and cost-effective tool to provide information
about your medical condition that might otherwise require surgery or more
invasive diagnostic testing.
With radiosensitive cameras, it documents organ function and structure
and is used in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of disease.
The Nuclear Medicine division of the Radiology department can detect many
forms of cancer, monitor the spread of cancer and identify other disorders,
such as stress fractures, blood clots in the lungs, gall bladder and heart disease.
We offer a wide range of diagnostic services with some therapeutic applications
to inpatients, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can handle emergency
outpatient services when needed.
These tests help detect disease by identifying abnormalities, often at
its early stages of progression, before some medical problems become apparent
and when they are easiest to treat.
Radiology department is on the first floor. For more information, call