At Omega Imaging & Medical Center, we believe ‘”Prevention is better than cure”. We provide holistic Imaging services across our center in Navi Mumbai. We are situated in Heart of Navi Mumbai -Vashi Providing MRI, CT SCAN, ULTRA SOUND, CARDIAC, X-RAY, HAEMATOLOGY, CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, SEROLOGICAL TESTS, TUMOUR MARKERS, BIOCHEMISTRY, IMMUNOASSAY, HORMONES / VIT. ASSAY, B.O.H. TESTS Services / Facilities 24 x 7.
MRI is particularly useful for the scanning and detection of
abnormalities in soft tissue structures in the body like the cartilage tissues
and soft organs like the brain or the heart without involvement of any kind of radiations in the MRI.
Our CT scanner features a unique detector system that provides super-thin slices for crystal clear, comprehensive images, Engineered to generate the same high resolution in all 3 dimensions, allowing multi-planar views of internal anatomical structures.
An Ultrasound test is a diagnostic medical imaging technique, which is performed to view a patient’s internal organs and to assess his or her blood flow through various vessels. It does this with the help of high-frequency sound waves which have no adverse effect on the body.
Our 2D Echocardiography provides excellent Clear images of the heart, paracardiac structures & vessels. In a standard echo, Heart walls and valves reflect part of the sound waves back to the transducer (the sound waves are directed to the heart from a small hand-held device called a transducer, which sends and receives signals) to produce images of the heart.
X-rays are one type of electromagnetic radiation, commonly used to produce photographs of bones which can be checked for breaks or fractures. X-rays have the following properties: they can penetrate less dense matter such as skin and body tissue (but not bone).
Omega Pathology lab tests would incorporate extraction of a few Samples from you (patient). It could be a blood test, pee, urine test, skin, or tissue test through biopsy. Once our research facility has any of these Samples, the pathologist then investigate them and forward their discoveries to you or your Doctors.