Early Diagnosis of Coronary Heart Disease

Unfortunately, we live in an era in which the daily grind causes many people to live in a deep state of constant stress. Meeting after meeting, eating quickly and at the wrong time, sleeping only a few hours and with a 24-hour work schedule, people are not aware that this frenetic pace of life, in … Read more

The advantages of joint CT in motion

The availability of advanced technology has allowed the improvement of tests such as non-invasive coronary angiography, but it has also served to develop techniques that were previously unknown due to the technical mechanisms of the equipment itself. One of these new techniques developed in the R&D+ Department is joint CT in motion. What is CT … Read more

21st Century Mammography

The incidence of breast cancer has increased in women under 40 years of age. Breast cancer is the most common malignant disease in women in Europe and North America, and an increase in incidence has been observed in recent years in women under 40 years of age. It is a health and social problem of … Read more

Thyroid ultrasound: ultrasound as a diagnostic method

A thyroid ultrasound is a diagnostic technique that uses ultrasound to examine and detect possible problems in the thyroid. The thyroid gland is a gland located in the front of the neck. Its main function is to create, store and release thyroid hormones into the blood. What does the thyroid ultrasound consist of? To perform … Read more

What is densitometry?

Densitometry is a test that uses X-rays to assess bone density or bone mass. It is used for the advanced diagnosis of osteoporosis (progressive loss of calcium and reduction of bone mass) and for the prevention of bone fractures. Particularly vulnerable are women who have gone through menopause, and patients with the following factors: Women … Read more

Advantages of performing a T.A.C

The C.A.T. (Computerized Axial Tomography) is a precise and reliable diagnostic imaging test with which the dental specialist / stomatologist can determine exactly, before an intervention, the exact location of an implant, exodontia (tooth extraction) or in any intervention to know exactly the oral anatomy. The accuracy of this radiological test is such that implantologists … Read more

Musculoskeletal ultrasound as a diagnostic method

Ultrasound is a constantly evolving imaging technique that uses ultrasound to view the structures of the human body. The validity of musculoskeletal ultrasound is well proven and technological advances in recent years have made both the equipment and the images improve substantially and we can diagnose more and better. Ultrasound is a cheap, available, accessible, … Read more

Improved Mammography Technique

The purpose of mammography is the radiological study of breast pathology. It has to be performed annually from the age of 40 onwards. The problem with mammography is that it is uncomfortable for most women, and for a minority it can even be painful; it all depends on the pain threshold of each woman, her … Read more