tertiary care center

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tertiary care center

Hospital care A hospital or medical center for Pts often referred from secondary care centers, which provides subspecialty expertise
Tertiary care center  
Surgery Organ transplantation, pediatric cardiovascular surgery, stereotactic neurosurgery and others
Internal medicine Genetics, hepatology, adolescent psychiatry and others
Diagnostic modalities PET–positron emission tomography and SQUID–superconducting quantum interface device scanning, color Doppler electrocardiography, electron microscopy, gene rearrangement, and molecular analysis
Therapeutic modalities Experimental protocols for treating advanced and/or potentially fatal disease–eg, AIDS, cancer, and inborn errors of metabolism  
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He added: "PET/CT also gives us an indication of how well chemotherapy is working and can detect a recurring tumour sooner than any other diagnostic modalities.
Greenspan and Gershwin focus on clinical and pathologic correlations with the findings found on the radiographs, scintographic studies, computed tomography scans, magnetic resonance images, and the array of newer diagnostic modalities.
Several diagnostic modalities are being used for evaluation of LBP such as conventional radiography, computed tomography (CT) scan, bone scan, and ultrasonography.
Ultrasound is superior to other diagnostic modalities as it is cost-effective imaging procedure and has high sensitivity in assessing nodule size and number and in the evaluation of cervical lymphadenopathy.
NilRead Enterprise Viewers independence from underlying PACS, VNA or modality enables health delivery organizations to exert more control over their imaging informatics assets than is possible with legacy PACS solutions, empowering them to control costs while leveraging new diagnostic modalities in the organization.
Background and Objective: Fine needle aspiration cytology is becoming the essential domain of diagnostic modalities but its reliability depends upon its adequacy and quick reporting onsite.
Brain magnetic resonance and electro-neurographic recordings are appropriate diagnostic modalities for white matter diseases.
One experienced radiologist (DD), with 10 years of experience in breast imaging, interpreted all the diagnostic modalities.
Angiography, ultrasonography, CT, and MRI are the common diagnostic modalities.
They are supported by sophisticated therapeutic and diagnostic modalities.
State-of-the-art presentations will cover advancements in all aspects of stone management, including symptom interpretation, best diagnostic modalities and appropriate treatment selection.
The course faculty will also present a variety of simple to complex cases to small groups, with the goals of understanding the venous problem, the diagnostic modalities, the treatment options, the end results, and to be able to apply the knowledge in similar scenarios encountered in daily clinical practice.

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