International Radiology Centre
IRC, International Radiology Centre, was established in 2004 and is operated by highly qualified Radiology professionals, utilizing the latest innovations in digital imaging technology to provide a comprehensive range of radiological investigations, advanced neurophysiology studies (EEG, EMG and NCS) and cutting edge laboratory services.

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Sharjah Buhairah: 06 5738088
Sharjah Taawun : 06 5566305
Ras Al Khaimah : 07 2338088

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) (1h)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging or MRI is an advanced diagnostic imaging technique that produces high-resolution, computerised images of the human body, sometimes in 3D. These images are photographed on film and reported by an MRI specialist radiologist before being sent to your referring doctor. MRI scanning does not use radiation and is a painless procedure.
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Computed Tomography (CT) (1h)
CT stands for computed tomography. CT is a diagnostic imaging technique that produces a sequence of detailed cross-sectional images of the body by applying gel to the skin and moving a transducer, (also known as an ultrasound probe), over the body part being examined.
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Cone Beam CT (CBCT) (1h)
CBCT is a digital x-ray scanner specifically designed for scanning the head and jaws. The scanner rotates 360 degrees around the patient’s head in a matter of seconds. The cone shaped x-ray provides 360 views that can be presented in 2D image and 3D volume for advanced planning and diagnostic support.
This one scan provides more images than plain film conventional imaging, with complete visualization of the patient’s entire maxillofacial region. These images clearly display TM disorders, impacted teeth, critical bone and tooth relationships, oral- nasal airways, para-nasal sinus, mandibular canal and difficult to see pathologies within one volume. The user friendly software system reconstructs true size, distortion free, high resolution images
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Ultrasound (1h)
Ultrasound is a procedure that uses sound waves to generate pictures of many parts of the body. Ultrasound can detect diseased or damaged tissues, locate abnormal growths and identify a wide variety of conditions. Pictures are created by applying gel to the skin and moving a transducer, (also known as an ultrasound probe), over the body part being examined.
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Mammography (1h)
Mammography
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Bone Mineral Densitometry (DXA BMD) (1h)
Bone density scan, also called bone mineral scan, DXA, DEXA or bone densitometry, is a form of x-ray technology that is used to measure bone loss, most commonly in the hip, lumbar spine and less often the forearm. It is most often used to diagnose osteoporosis which involves a gradual loss of calcium, causing bones to become thinner and more prone to break. A DEXA test can also be used to assess an individual’s risk for developing fractures.
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OPG and Cephalometry (1h)
An OPG machine is specifically designed to produce X-rays of the teeth, jaws and temporomandibular joints. The image provides an overview of the state of the dentition as well as information regarding the bones of the jaw (the mandible and maxilla), the sinuses in the upper jaw and the joints between the jaw and the skull (the temporomandibular joints). The OPG machines can also perform a standard lateral view of the skull.
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