The Imaging Department has equipment and qualified staff available for intervention studies, such as:
- Cryoablation: a procedure that is used in the treatment of some tumors, in which cold is applied to freeze tumor cells, with imaging method guides such as ultrasound or computerized tomography.
Guided puncture procedures, by minimal invasion imaging methods for biopsies, drainage of fluid collection or derivation of biliary or renal tracts.
Nuclear medicine images and radiology are complementary and their fusion allows for an integrated understanding of the pathology to be studied, thus responding to the need to obtain a detailed analysis and precise location of the pathology of our patients.
- RIS - Radiology Information System
-PACS - Picture Archive Computer System, a radiological information system that permits images and reports on radiological studies to be filed and distributed.