Radiology

The Department of Radiology uses high-tech equipment to image the internal anatomy and help to diagnose and treat injury and illness. The images obtained are delivered over a high-speed network and stored in our patient’s personal digital file.

The imaging modalities are digitally archive and include X-rays, Ultrasound, Mammography, Bone Mineral Density Scans, Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Our mammography machine deserves special note as it provides Full Field Digital Mammograms (FFDM) with Computer-assisted Cancer Detection, the only system of its kind locally. FFDM offer much higher accuracy over older digital mammograms while reducing radiation exposure to the patient by around 40%.

Radiography Photos

Radiology Fig.1
High-resolution ultrasound scanners perform normal scans of all body parts as well as complex blood flow imaging and CEUS (contrast enhanced ultrasound, a revolutionary new technology).

Radiology Fig.2
Digital mammograms are read by a radiologist and by specialized computer software to improve detection of any abnormalities.

Radiology Fig.3
A high-speed 64-Slice CT scanner performs 2D and 3D imaging of all body parts within seconds including the heart and brain blood flow.

Radiology Fig.4
A 1.5T MR scanner evaluates all body parts with exquisite detail.

Urology

Andrew Mercieca

Urology

Physiotherapy

Josef Pace

Physiotherapy

Urology

John Sciberras

Urology

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