MRI Angio Left Lower Limb
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What is MRI Angio Left Lower Limb?
MRI Angio Left Lower Limb is an imaging scan that uses a powerful radio waves with pulses and magnetic field to visualise the blood vessels (arteries and veins) supplying blood to the leg.
Why is MRI Angio Left Lower Limb done?
- To diagnose arterial occlusive disease (chronic muscular pain caused by cholesterol / fat deposition in the arterial wall of the leg)
- To detect embolism of the leg (blockage of the leg arteries due to excessive deposition of the cholesterol)
- To evaluate deep vein thrombosis (DVT) where blood clots in the deep veins of the leg
- To find out runoff disease (delayed portion of the vascular angiography to visualise small artery bed, to show small artery patency)
Vcare was inaugurated on 13th of February, 2013 by the Honorable Mayor of Mumbai - Mr. Sunil Prabhu. Vcare Imaging and Diagnostic center is part of Sawant Life Care Hospital Pvt. Ltd. Vcare Imaging & Diagnostic Centre is an ultramodern Diagnostic and Imaging Medical Centre located in Kandivali, Mumbai. Our Doctors, have special expertise and exhaustive in-depth experience in MRI and CT. They bring a combined experience of more than 20 years of clinical practice.
Overall a very satisfying experience.