Every individual is unique. At Royal Healthcare, we offer customized checks according to your health condition without compromising comprehensiveness.
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Examinations we provide
Using the latest ultrasound technology, we take the image of the heart in a safe and painless manner. This allows us to assess the heart size, blood flow in the heart, the heart’s pumping function and the condition of the heart valves (stenosis, regurgitation etc), and changes due to high blood pressure.
For those with abnormal heart rhythms, this continuous recorder allows the nature of the heart problem to be diagnosed. We use the latest monitoring devices which are small and convenient
If you are unsure if you really have high blood pressure, or if your blood pressure is optimally controlled, our accurate and convenient ambulatory blood pressure monitor will provide the answer
We use the latest scanner that can be customized to your individual needs. Highest resolution with clearer pictures (Highest Spatial resolution and highest isotropic resolution) Elimination of unnecessary radiation dosage. Reduction of radiation dose used by up to 68%
An audiogram determines the type of hearing loss that you may be suffering from. It is extremely important to screen for your condition as it can optimise recovery and rule out more serious conditions like inner ear or brain tumours.
Difficulty in hearing should always be investigated thoroughly with a full history and examination.
A nasal endoscopy allows for visualization of the back of the nose and throat. Conditions that may affect the nose such as infections, polyps and adenoidal swellings are easily picked up on nasendocopy.
Inspection of the front of the nasal passages (anterior rhinoscopy) looking at the health of the nasal lining, any swelling of the side walls of the nose (turbinates) and deviation in the nasal partition (septum) will be documented.
The mainstay of diagnostic testing in subjects with allergic rhinitis (AR) are tests that assess a type of immunoglobulin in the skin or blood serum. These molecules (i.e. immunoglobulins) are effectively antibodies that are produced by a specific type of cell as part of the body’s immune system. The allergen-specific immunoglobulin is called IgE. Skin prick tests (SPT) are a routine and involve the pricking /scratching of the skin while inserting a purified sample of the known allergen. A positive SPT does not always mean that the individual is allergic to a particular allergen – up to 15% of individuals who do not exhibit any AR. Serum (blood) tests are more specific and serum specific IgE can be tailored according to the profile and possible exposure of the patient.
Sleep studies are usually reserved for children with other health issues or underlying syndromes or if the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) remains unclear.
Sometimes, nasal issues like allergic rhinitis (sensitive lining of the nose which may cause sneezing, itching, blocked nose, runny nose as a reaction to e.g. house dust mite) may lead to snoring in children. Nasal allergy may cause swelling and enlargement of the soft tissue inside the nose.
A visual acuity test checks how well you see the details of a letter or symbol from a specific distance. Visual acuity refers to your ability to discern the shapes and details of the things you see. It’s just one factor in your overall vision. Others include color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
Cycloplegic refraction is a procedure used to determine a person’s complete refractive error by temporarily relaxing the muscles that aid in focusing the eye. Cycloplegic eye drops are used to temporarily relax the ciliary body, or focusing muscle, of the eyes. The test finds out what the full refractive error is without any influence of the person being tested.
The slit lamp is a stereoscopic biomicroscope that emits a focused beam of light with variable height, width, and angle. This instrument permits three-dimensional visualization and measurement of the fine anatomy of the adnexa and anterior segment of the eye. The slit lamp allows our team to evaluate every anatomical compartment of the eye.
Corneal tomography has the capacity to provide the true topography of both anterior and posterior corneal surfaces, as well as the corneal thickness, through the direct measurement of the elevation. This increase in detail grants slit-scanning and Scheimpflug-based devices many quantitative and qualitative improvements in its clinical applicability.
A gastroscopy checks your food pipe, stomach and upper part of the small intestine for abnormalities. This minimally invasive procedure uses a thin, flexible camera, which is inserted through your mouth into your stomach and duodenum, to diagnose problems and take tissue samples. It can investigate the cause of unexplained symptoms, such as abdominal pain, vomiting, heartburn, bloating, anaemia or unexplained weight loss or even check for ulcers, cancer and precancerous growths or conditions
A colonoscopy checks your lower intestine for any abnormality or disease. During the procedure, your doctor will gently guide a thin, lighted camera through your rectum into your colon to check your lower intestine. It investigates the cause of abdominal pain, bleeding, anaemia, unexplained weight loss, unexplained constipation or diarrhoea, or a change of your bowel habits and also checks for colorectal cancer or precancerous growths.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive safe and painless test that can provide detailed images of organs and other structures insides your body. It uses a powerful magnetic field, radio frequency pulses and a computer to produce these detailed images. These MR images help physicians diagnose and treats medical conditions. It also allows physicians to better evaluate various parts of the body and determine the presence of certain diseases that may not be adequately assessed with other imaging methods such as x-ray, ultrasound or CT scan.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain is a safe and painless test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed images of the brain and the brain stem. An MRI differs from a CAT scan (also called a CT scan or a computed axial tomography scan) because it does not use radiation.
The magnets and radio waves create cross-sectional images of the abdomen, which allows doctors to check for abnormalities in the tissues and organs without making an incision. Your doctor may order an abdominal MRI scan if you had abnormal results from an earlier test such as an X-ray, CT scan, or blood work.
The carotid arteries are the blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood to the head, brain and face. They are located on each side of the neck. You can easily feel them by placing your fingers gently either side of your windpipe.
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
A CT Scan is an advanced X-ray technique that uses X-ray and computer technology to obtain cross-sectional images of the body. giving detailed information for diagnosis. With the cutting edge technology that we have, we are able to use lower dose of contrast yet produce results with higher resolution, better image quality and higher accuracy.
Many abdominal aortic aneurysms are incidentally found on ultrasound examinations, x-rays or CT scans. Angiography: This exam, which uses x-rays, CT or MRI and a contrast material to produce pictures of major blood vessels throughout the body, is used to help identify abnormalities such as abdominal aortic aneurysms.
CT images of internal organs, bones, soft tissue and blood vessels provide greater detail than traditional x-rays, particularly of soft tissues and blood vessels. CT scanning provides more detailed information on head injuries, stroke, brain tumors and other brain diseases than regular radiographs (x-rays).
A coronary computed tomography angiogram (CTA) uses advanced CT technology, along with intravenous (IV) contrast material (dye), to obtain high-resolution, 3D pictures of the moving heart and great vessels. CTA is also called multi-slice computed tomography (MSCT), cardiac CT or cardiac CAT.