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Dr. Del Amo Conill, Montserrat

Experta en Ecografia Mamaria i Pediàtrica

No. registered: 080823607

1-degree in Medicine and Surgery at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Teaching Unit Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau). Specialization in Radiodiagnosis (MIR) at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona. 2- Specialization in Family and Community Medicine (MIR) at Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital in Badalona. Graduated in Public Health from the Institute of Health Studies. Accreditation as Director of Radiodiagnostic Facilities by the Nuclear Safety Council. 3- Radiodiagnostic Resident at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona Team of Expert Readers of the Breast Cancer Screening Program at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona .Hospital de la Maternitat de Barcelona. Collaborator in several private centers such as the Teknon Clinic, Marquès Institute, Corachan Clinic, among others. 4- Tutor of Radiodiagnosis Residents of the Clinical Hospital and organizer of the specific sessions for the residents. Associate Professor of the Degree in Medicine at the University of Barcelona. Professor of Anatomy for Imaging and Anatomophysiology and General Pathology at the "Eixample Clínic" School. Training of resident doctors at the Hospital Clínic. Professor and / or speaker in numerous Masters, Courses, Congresses, Conferences, etc.

Dr. Querol Borras, Vicente

Expert en Radiodiagnòstic

No. registered: 080814639

-Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Valencia in 1979. -Specialist in Radiodiagnosis from the Hospital Clínic Provincial de Barcelona in 1983. Concession by ministerial order dated July 12, 1983. -Specialist in Occupational Medicine by the Professional School of Occupational Medicine of the Hospital Clínic Provincial de Barcelona in 1984. -Radioactive Installations Supervisor. Hospital Clínic Provincial de Barcelona in 1991. -Currently radiologist specialist in the imaging diagnostic service of the Hospital Universitari Sagrat Cor-IDC (Health Diagnostic-HD) -Medical Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine since the course 2012-2013 until the 2019-2020 academic year. Faculty of Medicine. Barcelona University. -Multiple publications in national magazines, as well as publications, communications and posters at national and international conferences. -Member of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. -Numerary member of the Spanish Society of Medical Radiology (SERAM). -Numerary member of the Catalan Association of Medical Radiology (ACRAM). -Numerary member of the Spanish Ultrasound Society (SERAM Branch). -Member of the Editorial Committee of the Annals del Sagrad Cor Magazine. -Member of the Spanish Society of Diagnostic Abdominal Imagery (SEDIA). Idiomas: Català, Castellà, Anglès.

What is radiology?

Radiology consists of takingimages which facilitate the observation of the internal structures of the body to study possible injuries.

These images help the doctor supplement the study of the patient.

Conventional radiology is useful to diagnose bone fractures, infections, arthritis or cancer, among other diseases and conditions.

How is a radiological examination done?

The first step in performing a radiological examination is the positioning of the patient. The technician will tell you whether to lie on the stretcher, sit or stand and ask you to stay still while take the pictures.

Once you are in place and still, the technician will focus the X-ray machine on the area of the body to be examined and study it.

All conventional radiology exams are read and interpreted by doctors. Once the study has been completed, the reported results will be available, if necessary.

What is ultrasound?

A medical ultrasound machine emits these ultrasounds, collects them and interprets them using a computer. Ultrasound is used to see vital organs, blood flow, pregnancy...

Medical ultrasound equipment emits these ultrasounds, collects them and interprets them using a computer. Ultrasound is used to see vital organs, blood flow, pregnancy

Types of ultrasounds

  • hepatobiliary
  • Abdominal
  • pancreatic
  • thyroid
  • mammary
  • testicular
  • gynecological
  • urological
  • prostatic
  • kidney

What do we offer?

In our center we have equipment from conventional radiology i sonographers used by experienced radiologists and technicians to perform all types of radiodiagnostic examinations.

Immediate report
Digital image
Experienced radiologists

Frequently asked questions

How should I prepare for an X-ray exam?
The preparation varies according to the area to be examined. In any case, however, you will need to discover the area of the body that needs to be x-rayed. A robe will be provided if needed.

You will also be asked to remove any metal items, such as jewelry, glasses, and clothing with metal fasteners or clasps, as these items can interfere with the X-ray by obscuring the image.

Is an X-ray safe?
Conventional radiographs are performed using low ionizing radiation. The X-ray beam is carefully aimed and limited to the part of the body to be examined. There is no residual radiation left in the body after the exam.
How should I prepare for an ultrasound exam?
Almost no special preparation is required. Depending on the area you need to explore:

• Hepatobiliary, abdominal and pancreatic: fasting 6 h. You can drink water.
• Thyroid, mammary and testicular: no prior preparation required.
• Gynecological, urological and prostatic: 2 hours before without urinating and drinking half a liter of water 30 minutes before the test.
• Renal: 30 minutes before the test, drink a milliliter of still water and eat lightly.