TRAVANCORE SCANS PVT LTD

TRAVANCORE SCANS PVT LTD
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One stop for all your diagnosis needs. Travancore scans leading diagnostic center in capital city popular for Quality and consistency in diagnostic services especially in the emerging field of Medical Imaging. We introduced the latest equipments in diagnostic imaging and laboratory services in 1994 an entire range under one roof. It provided a new experience to the citizens of capital city, introducing several new modalities and excelling in image quality.

Travancore scans started in 31st March 1994 with the stewardship of Mr. R. Harikumar, Suku.C.Oomen, Jacob Eppen and Sudhakaran. We have successfully completed 2 decades in serving people diagnosing their Medical threats and by that serve lakh of individuals and families it has been made possible with your constant support and encouragement and we are immensely grateful for the trust you have put in us.

PATH LAB:
Clinical pathology supports the diagnosis of disease using laboratory testing of blood and other bodily fluids, tissues, and microscopic evaluation of individual cells.

CLINICAL LABORATORY:
Clinical Laboratory Science, also called In Vitro Medical Diagnosticics, is the health profession that provides laboratory information and services needed for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of disease. Clinical Laboratory Scientists perform a variety of laboratory tests, ensure the quality of the test results, explain the significance of laboratory tests, evaluate new methods and study the effectiveness of laboratory tests

MRI SCAN:
Description
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging procedure that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce cross-sectional images of organs and internal structures in the body. Because the signal detected by an MRI machine varies depending on the water content and local magnetic properties of a particular area of the body, different tissues or substances can be distinguished from one another in the study image.
MRI can give different information about structures in the body than can be obtained using a standard x-ray, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) exam. For example, an MRI exam of a joint can provide detailed images of ligaments and cartilage, which are not visible using other study types. In some cases, a magnetically active material (called a contrast agent) is used to show internal structures or abnormalities more clearly.

CT SCAN:
CT Scan: This is a diagnostic technology that uses a combination of x-rays and computer technology to produce cross-sectional images ("slices") in a horizontal and vertical orientation. A CT scan can show detailed images of any part of the body including bones, muscles, fat, and organs. CT scans are more detailed than traditional x-rays and have lower releases of radiation. CT scans are often used to diagnose tumors, evaluate internal bleeding or investigate internal injuries or damage.

ULTRA SOUND SONOGRAM:
Ultrasound: This technology sends sound waves into the body, recording the reflection. Ultrasound is used for a detailed assessment of blood flow and for views of soft tissue and anatomical body structure.

MAMMOGRAPHY:
Mammography is a specific type of breast imaging that uses low-dose x-rays to detect breast cancer early – before women experience symptoms – when it is most treatable.
Tell your doctor about any breast symptoms or problems, prior surgeries, hormone use, whether you have a family or personal history of breast cancer, and if there’s a possibility you are pregnant. If possible, obtain copies of your prior mammograms and make them available to your radiologist on the day of your exam. Leave jewelry at home and wear loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. Don’t use deodorant, talcum powder or lotion under your arms or on your breasts as these may appear on the mammogram and interfere with correct diagnosis.

Digital mammography, also called full-field digital mammography (FFDM), is a mammography system in which the x-ray film is replaced by electronics that convert x-rays into mammographic pictures of the breast. These systems are similar to those found in digital cameras and their efficiency enables better pictures with a lower radiation dose. These images of the breast are transferred to a computer for review by the radiologist and for long term storage. The patient’s experience during a digital mammogram is similar to having a conventional film mammogram.

MAMMOGRAPHY:
Mammography is a specific type of breast imaging that uses low-dose x-rays to detect breast cancer early – before women experience symptoms – when it is most treatable.
Tell your doctor about any breast symptoms or problems, prior surgeries, hormone use, whether you have a family or personal history of breast cancer, and if there’s a possibility you are pregnant. If possible, obtain copies of your prior mammograms and make them available to your radiologist on the day of your exam. Leave jewelry at home and wear loose, comfortable clothing. You may be asked to wear a gown. Don’t use deodorant, talcum powder or lotion under your arms or on your breasts as these may appear on the mammogram and interfere with correct diagnosis.

Digital mammography, also called full-field digital mammography (FFDM), is a mammography system in which the x-ray film is replaced by electronics that convert x-rays into mammographic pictures of the breast. These systems are similar to those found in digital cameras and their efficiency enables better pictures with a lower radiation dose. These images of the breast are transferred to a computer for review by the radiologist and for long term storage. The patient’s experience during a digital mammogram is similar to having a conventional film mammogram.

DIGITAL X-RAY:
X-Ray: An X-ray uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs on film. X-rays are used for numerous reasons but work best to find tumors or bone injuries.

DIGITAL EEG:
Why Is an EEG Performed?
An EEG is used to detect problems in the electrical activity of the brain that may be associated with certain brain disorders. The measurements given by an EEG are used to confirm, rule out, or provide information about disorders such as:
 seizure disorders, including epilepsy
 head injury
 encephalitis, or inflammation of the brain
 brain tumor
 encephalopathy, or brain dysfunction resulting from various causes
 memory problems
 stroke
 sleep disorders

DIGITAL ECG:
An ECG (electrocardiogram) is used to assess heart function by measuring the electrical activity across the heart from different angles. A wave of electrical activity across the heart is what causes it to beat (a co-ordinated depolarization that causes heart muscle to contract). The ECG leads sense this electrical activity and graph it as a series of peaks and valleys. Different peaks correspond to different parts of the cardiac cycle. From the ECG you can determine heart rate, rhythm (Do atria and ventricles contract in a coordinated way?), hypertrophy (is the heart enlarged?), ischemia, etc.

OPG:
An OPG is a panoramic or wide view x-ray of the lower face, which displays all the teeth of the upper and lower jaw on a single film. It demonstrates the number, position and growth of all the teeth including those that have not yet surfaced or erupted.

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