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The human body is complex and comprises of many organs, interlinked with each other. When any symptoms appear in the body, it sometimes becomes tough to find the exact cause of the disease. Advanced diagnostic tests like MRI and CT scans help in diagnosing the problem.

MRI tests make use of powerful magnetic waves to make detailed and computerized pictures of the organs inside the body. A CT or computed tomography test makes use of x-rays to make detailed pictures of the structures inside the body. These tests can take pictures of liver, intestines, pancreas, bladder, kidneys, lungs, heart etc. and can also study vessels and bones.

We have 1.5 T MRI and 16 slice CT equipment at our Sector 56 facility and a 16 slice CT at our Sector 82 facility.

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