Centre for Neuroimaging and Radiodiagnosis

One of the oldest X-ray machines in the city was installed at the Institute. A very modern radiology department with facility for sophisticated cerebral angiography, pneumoencephalography, air ventriculography, myelography etc. was established in 1954. The Centre for Neuroimaging and Radiological Sciences at the Central Institute of Psychiatry caters to the various imaging requirements of neuropsychiatry patients referred from the outpatient department as well as in patients.

This modernized department has facilities for Computed Radiography, whole body Ultrasound and Doppler, Cranial Doppler, 16 slice Spiral Computed Tomography scan (CT scan). Further, a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) machine of 3.0 Tesla has been installed in this department. Due to the presence of fMRI machine, research work in the field of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) has now become quite convenient for neurological and psychiatric disorders. The postgraduate students in psychiatry regularly visit the department for their academic and research purposes.

The total number of investigations done in the year 2017 were 4769.

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