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Abdominal MRI is a diagnostic test that is used to create images of the abdominal area. Radiation (X-rays) is used.
Biopsies are used method for obtaining a portion of tissue or body cells, with the objective of a microscope examination. Can be performed throug Biopsies are used method for obtaining a portion of tissue or body cells, with the objective of a microscope examination. Can be performed through an endoscope or a lamparoscopia which is introduced into the body (eg, in the abdomen) and obtaining the sample by scraping, cutting or small element removal study by suitable instruments. Some biopsies require full sedation and others simply a local anesthetic, depending on the procedure to be used. The biopsy of the small intestine is the method used to extract a portion of tissue and cells of the body for further analysis and study. This type of biopsy requires full sedation and is performed by inserting an endoscope (small, flexible tube fitted with fiber optics) through the mouth (although sometimes also inserted through the nose). This tube is driven to reach the small intestine of which are interested in obtaining a tissue sample. Thus, one can detect and diagnose possible pathologies of the small intestine. ...
Brain MRI is a diagnostic test that is used to create images of the brain and surrounding nerve tissue.
A breast MRI is a diagnostic technique through waves creates images of the breasts and around without using x-rays. (MRI) of the breast is an imaging A breast MRI is a diagnostic technique through waves creates images of the breasts and around without using x-rays. (MRI) of the breast is an imaging method that uses magnets and strong radio waves to create images of the breast and surrounding tissue, and does not use radiation (X-rays). MRI of the breast is combined with a mammogram or ultrasound but not replace them. ...
Magnetic resonance imaging is a noninvasive medical diagnostic test that does not use X-rays, but creates a strong magnetic field is obtaining accurate images of the heart and vessels from many views. The signals emitted electromagnetic waves are collected and translated into images that can be observed on a monitor, allowing the clinician to study. Cardiac MRI are used especially to evaluate or diagnose the severity of heart damage following myocardial infarction and to detect the presence of tumors or masses in the heart muscle. This test typically takes 30 to 60 minutes and requires prior preparation of the patient. Furthermore, with this tool experts can perfectly distinguish the different anatomical structures for a clearer and more complete diagnosis. ...
Cephalometrics is the measurement of the human skull, which is obtained by an X-ray. It is used mainly in dental diagnoses and treatments.
Chemoembolization is an innovative way to manage cancer chemotherapy directly through catheters.
Column MRI is a diagnostic technique of the area of the spine.
Computed tomography (CT) is a scanner that uses x-radiation for medical imaging, cuts or sections, for diagnostic purposes. The TAC obtains multiple images and rotational movements around the body. ...
Coronary CT is a diagnostic test that helps assess the state of the coronary arteries. It allows you to analyze very small structures but not to treat them. An image of the heart are obtained in 3 dimesiones. ...
A CT scan is a test that is done to create images of the head.
Digital radiography is a technique that involves obtaining radiological images scanned into digital format.
Myocardial infarction occurs when a coronary artery is blocked, dying a portion of the heart muscle. The clogged artery, blood supply to the heart is suppressed. If prolonged, the tissue dies and does not regenerate....
Hysterosalpingography or uterosalpingography is an X-ray of the uterus and fallopian tubes that uses a special form of X-ray, fluoroscopy, and a dye. The uterus and tubes are filled with a contrast medium and through fluoroscopy can see internal organs in motion, assess the anatomy and functions of these. ...
Stroke means the sudden cessation of cerebral circulation after injury of cerebral vessels, which starts unexpectedly and can develop within minutes in major neurological syndromes. Three basic ways of mechanisms of action are known: haemorrhagic (atherosclerosis and hypertension are usually most frequent causes them); cerebral thrombosis, arteriosclerosis again being the most common cause; and, thirdly, strokes. Clinically, depending on the location of the lesion some specific neurological signs, which may be in the form of motor, sensory impairment, and, in severe cases, coma and death will manifest. In the overall treatment of stroke it is essential to control risk factors such as hypertension, heart disease, snuff, diabetes mellitus ... ...
Ischemic heart disease is a disease caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries, atherosclerosis. Al narrowed arteries less oxygen reaches the heart and seriously affects your balance. Can produce a mild angina pectoris or acute myocardial infarction. ...
A mammogram is an X-ray of the breasts. It is used primarily to find mammary tumors. To carry out this test, the person must be naked from the waist up. Breast on a flat Surface, which is where the plate rays X. After the comprehensor, a device pressed firmly against the breast to help flatten out the breast tissue is placed. Mammography is done from various angles. ...
Fibroids are a series of benign (ie, noncancerous) of variable size that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus. Generally, women with these tumors do not suffer any symptoms, it is usually detected when the relevant medical examinations are performed. In cases where symptoms occur, they usually are: heavy menstrual bleeding and more durable than usual, bleeding between periods, pelvic cramps, heaviness in the lower pelvic area and legs ... The treatment or surgery Fibroids can range from oral contraceptives to help control heavy periods, to NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen for cramps or pain. In severe cases, treatment requires removal of fibroids. ...
An x-ray is a painless diagnostic technique. The body area to be analyzed is exposed to x, a mild dose of radiation rays, to produce the image. During shooting image the patient must lie still and remove any metal or jewelry, not to distort the image. ...
Ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging procedure that allows you to view organs and soft structures within the body. It is made using high-frequency sound waves that are emitted by a transducer that captures the echo of different amplitudes which occurs bounce off the organs. These signals, when processed by a computer, give a series of images of the tissues examined. Today may be two-dimensional, three-dimensional or 4-dimensional images. Ultrasound is a noninvasive technique, in which no radiation used and thus is used to visualize fetuses that are being formed. This procedure can differentiate clearly the shape and size of each structure within the body. In medicine it is used to see the heart, kidneys, liver and blood vessels, among other organs. ...
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