Diagnostic imaging radiology

The diagnostic imaging service of the Quarenghi Clinical Institute is a branch of the structure from the beginning.
This service has always supported the clinical activities of treatment and rehabilitation, as well as providing diagnostic support to the doctors of the territory, thanks to the outpatient activity.
Over the years, the Service has constantly adapted to the technological progress of diagnostic machinery and it equipped itself with the best and most up-to-date technologies.

The current offer of diagnostic tests is complete.

In particular, it is possible to perform all the traditional radiological examinations, mammography, MOC, orthopantomography, dental TAC and cephalometry.
Echography of all organs and systems.
Magnetic resonance of all the districts.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE EXAM:

  • It is not possible to perform MRI to patients with pacemakers or PROSTHESIS and during the first 3 months of pregnancy (in the following months only if necessary);
  • MRI with contrast agent fasting for 2 hours;
  • MRI SUPERIOR ABDOME fasting for 4 hours if not cholecystectomised;
  • MRI LOWER ABDOMEN fairly full bladder;
  • it is important to bring any previous examinations (MRI, CT, X-rays, etc.) and clinical reports, in particular those of the specialist who prescribed the exam;
  • it is important to be there 10 minutes before, to fill in the declaration of informed consent before the examination.
  • mandatory to report creatinine (performed in the last 3 months) in the case of MRI with contrast agent
  • mandatory to bring the information sheet filled in by the doctor for all RMN
  • We report the POTENTIAL DANGER for the embryo, fetus or infant, which ionizing radiations can generate.
  • Patients are therefore invited to inform the specialist about the certain or presumed PREGNANCY, or the eventual BREASTFEEDING.
  • The evening before the exam clean the enema.
  • You do not need to fast.
  • Fast for the 8 hours before the examination.
  • Full bladder (do not urinate 3 hours before the examination).
  • Drink half a liter of water an hour before the exam.
  • Fasting 8 hours before the scheduled time.
  • Full bladder (do not urinate for 3 hours before the exam).
  • Drink half a liter of water an hour before the exam.
  • Full bladder (do not urinate 3 hours before the exam).
  • Drink half a liter of water an hour before the exam.
  • The evening before the exam clean the enema.

The Specialists

Dr. Diego Bazza

Dr. Giorgio Porsio

Dr. Alessandro Roggeri

Dr. Giambattista Villa

USEFUL INFORMATION

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  • Radiodiagnostics
  • Mammography
  • Orthopantomography
  • Dental Tac – Dentalscan
  • Polispecialistic echography
  • Computerized Bone Mineralometry