At El-Lab, our group of trained and certified radiologists and health professionals ensure that proper procedures and accurate results are always available to meet your needs for digital X-ray. These machines use ionizing and non-ionizing radiation in diagnosis, producing digital X-ray films for radiological studies. Digital radiography is a form of X-ray imaging, where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. The advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images. X-rays find multiple clinical applications and we offer outstanding image quality with shorter examination time and quick diagnostic results
Ultrasound scan or sonography is a diagnostic test which exploits high-frequency sound waves to obtain live images of the inside of your body. At El-Lab, we offer Ultrasound scans for wide clinical applications such as in detecting problems in the various organs of the body like the liver, kidney, heart, ovaries, bladder, alimentary canal, uterus or abdomen and so on. In this way, there is no need for an incision to determine if there is ailment in your organs, vessels and tissues. Ultrasound is also used for viewing a developing fetus during pregnancy and images are generally resolved as a flat grainy grey image.
El-Lab offers 4-D Sonography services. This diagnostic test also exploits high-frequency sound waves in similar in principle to the 2-D Ultrasound scan. However, the 4D scans combine sections of 2D images to create a 3D image, with the result that you can see the image with far higher resolution and even the internal organ or fetus moving in real-time. This is why it is often used for viewing the baby in the womb when further detail is required such as more accurate detection of defects in the baby, development level of the fetus, placenta assessment and many others. 4-D Sonography also finds application in detailed assessment various kinds of body organs, vessels and tissues.Ultrasound imaging is non-invasive, safer and a preferred choice by Doctors for diagnosis.