Diagnostic Imaging Services

Computed Tomography

Computed Tomography (CT) is a technology that uses X-rays to penetrate the human body, and reconstructs images of internal organs and tissues through computer analysis. CT images provide more detailed image information than ordinary plain radiograph, and its better images can help diagnose diseases and abnormal conditions concerning human organs, tissues, and bones.


Mammography is an imaging examination of the breast. It is clinically used to detect breast lumps and calcifications. It can reveal tiny lesions that cannot be found in self-examination. Mammography is one of the effective methods for diagnosing breast cancer, and it can also detect early abnormal condition of the breast.

X-Ray Examination (Plain Radiography)

X-Rays have the property of penetrating matter. When X-rays penetrate the organs and bones of different densities in the human body, they will leave images of different shades on the X-Ray plain film, which helps doctors to diagnose various conditions. X-Ray examinations are commonly used to diagnose fractures, bone, lung and other diseases (such as kidney stones).

Ultrasonography (B-Scan)

Ultrasonography uses high-frequency sound waves to develop images of human soft tissues and internal organs to evaluate internal organ structures and thus reflect their health statuses. Ultrasound machine in our centre can be used to detect tumors, cysts and other abnormal conditions in organs, including liver, gallbladder, pancreas and other organs, and can also evaluate the status of blood vessels in a non-invasive way.

Bone Densitometry

Starting from the age of 35, women gradually lose calcium with age. Especially after menopause, the decreasing estrogen level makes bone mass losing faster. The bones become fragile and cause osteoporosis, making bones easy to fracture and deform. Men who are underweight, malnourished, suffering from depression or smoking are also at high risk.