The department of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging at Aster Hospital uses safe, painless and cost-effective techniques to image the functions of various organs and treat diseases. The department offers a wide range of imaging and therapeutic procedures under nuclear medicine and molecular imaging for various specialities. This branch of diagnostics uses small amount of radioactive material or tracer to diagnose the problems with the structure or functions of internal organs like lungs, heart, and liver and so on. The department with state-of-the-art infrastructure and skilled professionals allow quick and accurate diagnosis of various medical as well as surgical conditions. All the latest and advanced technologies are made available at the department to ensure specialised, individualised care to the patients.
We provide excellent care, right from diagnosis to the treatment and beyond at our world-class hospitals.
We have some of the best specialists from around the world, they bring years of experience and offer evidence-based treatment to ensure the best care for you.
We provide comprehensive treatment for all types diseases under one roof. Our highly experienced doctors supported by especially trained clinical staff, ensure the best care for you.
Well equipped with the latest medical equipment, modern technology & infrastructure, Aster Hospital is one of the best hospitals in India.
Equipped with revolutionary Time Of Flight (TOF) technology which increases PET performance, the Philips Astonish True flight select PET CT system operates fully in 3D mode and is exceptionally sensitive for faster scans, which means better lesion detectability, precise anatomical details and minimal PET radiation dose as the FDG dose injected is considerably less.
The GE SPECT-CT OPTIMA NM 640 gamma camera can provide exceptionally clear images at a very high speed, facilitating high-precision diagnosis. Low on radiation dose and examination time, it also allows hybrid by integrating the most advanced general purpose camera with a newly developed four-slice CT.