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Imaging technology at The London Clinic is wide-ranging and comprehensive. Patients can access many types of scanning and imaging methods on-site with results delivered quickly to consultants who can then use detailed imaging data to make a diagnosis and start a course of treatment.

Our breast centre uses the best in advanced equipment to enable our consultants to offer extensive breast imaging facilities and accurate diagnosis in a discreet and welcoming environment.

This includes two digital mammography units, one with tomographic capabilities (it can visualise ‘slices’ through the tissue at different points and in different planes), and ultrasound equipment with the latest in elastography technology. This can be used to determine whether a suspicious lump is likely to be cancerous or benign.

The imaging suite also offers a full range of interventional breast procedures including fine needle aspiration (FNA), core needle biopsy, stereotactic core needle biopsy, vacuum-assisted biopsy and pre-operative wire localisation.

We have installed digital technology X-ray and fluoroscopy imaging at the main hospital and our outpatient centre at 5 Devonshire Place houses two digital X-ray rooms and a bone densitometry suite. All of our modern and spacious imaging suites are designed to make sure patients feel comfortable and at ease during their investigations.

In the main department, we undertake a comprehensive range of plain film X-ray examinations including:

  • Whole leg and spine imaging
  • A full range of fluoroscopic gastrointestinal procedures such as barium meals and barium enemas
  • Hysterosalpingogram studies to image the shape of the uterus and fallopian tubes
  • Speech therapy swallowing assessments
  • Urodynamic procedures to assess the function of the urethra and bladder

Our outpatient centre at 5 Devonshire Place performs plain film X-ray, dental X-rays, and bone densitometry with intravertebral assessments where requested.

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