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At Cloudnine, we take pride in having some of India’s best and most experienced Radiologists and Foetal Medicine specialists.
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Dr. Neha Agarwal

Dr. Neha Agarwal

MBBS, DMRE, Fellowship in Fetal Medicine, Fellowship in Prenatal genetics
Fetal Medicine Specialist
Radiology
17
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Pune
SB Road
Dr. Divyashree T N

Dr. Divyashree T N

MBBS, DMRD, DNB
Consultant Radiologist
Radiology
18
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Bengaluru
Electronic City
Dr. Kafi Bora

Dr. Kafi Bora

MBBS, MD (OBG), Fellowship in Fetal Medicine, Fellowship in Reproductive medicine.
Consultant in Fetal Medicine
Radiology
19
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Bengaluru
Electronic City, Bellandur, Sarjapur Road
Dr. Priyadarshini V

Dr. Priyadarshini V

MBBS, MS(Obs-Gyn), DNB, MRCOG, Fellowship in Fetal Medicine.
Fetal medicine Consultant
Radiology
20
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Bengaluru
Electronic City Bellandur
Dr. Elizabeth George

Dr. Elizabeth George

MBBS, Diploma in medical radio-diagnosis
Radiological Specialist
Radiology
21
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Lakshmi Sirisha

Dr. Lakshmi Sirisha

MBBS, DGO & FFM
Radiologist
Radiology
22
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Damalapati Sonia Rani

Dr. Damalapati Sonia Rani

M.B.B.S, DGO, DNB (OBS & GYN).
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist & Fetal Medicine Specialist.
Maternity
Gynaecology
Radiology
28
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Hyderabad
Hitech City
Dr. Bhavneet Kaur

Dr. Bhavneet Kaur

MBBS, MD(Obstetrics & Gynecology), FNB(High Risk Pregnancy & Fetal Medicine)
Fetal Medicine Specialist
Radiology
105
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Chandigarh
Industrial Area Phase II
Dr. Geethanjali Krishnan

Dr. Geethanjali Krishnan

MBBS, DGO
Fetal Medicine Specialist
Radiology
118
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Chennai
Old Mahabalipuram Road
Dr. Astha Sahni

Dr. Astha Sahni

M.B.B.S, D.M.R.D FETAL & BREAST IMAGING SPECIALIST, HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT ( IIM CALCUTTA)
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR RADIOLOGY - FETAL & BREAST IMAGING SPECIALIST HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT ( IIM CALCUTTA)
Radiology
120
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Faridabad
New Industrial Town,
Dr. Kavitha Ramesh Murkey

Dr. Kavitha Ramesh Murkey

MBBS, DGO, FCPS, PDFFM
Foetal Medicine Specialist
Radiology
124
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Chennai
T Nagar
Dr. Avantika Dagar

Dr. Avantika Dagar

MBBS (LHMC), MS, OBGY (MAMC), FICOG, FELLOWSHIP IN FETAL MEDICINE
Specialist - Radiologist
Radiology
127
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Gurugram
Sector 47, Sector 14
Dr. Gazala Shahnaz

Dr. Gazala Shahnaz

MBBS, DNB (OBG), FNB - maternal fetal medicine.
Consultant - Fetal Medicine,
Radiology
135
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New Delhi,
Kailash Colony,
Dr. Anusha

Dr. Anusha

MBBS, MD - Radio Diagnosis/Radiology
Radiologist
Radiology
141
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Hyderabad
Gachibowli
Dr. Ajay Karol

Dr. Ajay Karol

MBBS, DMRD(Radiology), MD(Medicine)
Radiology - Specialty
Radiology
148
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Faridabad
New Industrial Town
Dr Vikas Bajaj

Dr Vikas Bajaj

MBBS, DMRD,
Radiologist,
Radiology
149
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New Delhi,
Kailash Colony,
Dr. Neetu Bansal

Dr. Neetu Bansal

MBBS, MD - Radio Diagnosis/Radiology
Radiologist
Radiology
174
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Bengaluru
Bellandur
Dr. B M Seshadri

Dr. B M Seshadri

MBBS,MD-RADIOLOGY
Radiologist
Radiology
176
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Bengaluru
Bellandur
Dr. Geetu Agarwal

Dr. Geetu Agarwal

MBBS, DMRD
Radiologist
Radiology
178
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Gurugram
Golf Course Road
Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana

Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana

MBBS, MD (Radio diagnosis) Fellowship in Fetal Medicine
Radiologist
Radiology
181
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Hyderabad
Hitech City

Best Radiology Services on Cloudnine in India

Powered by the latest technology and highly experienced doctors, Cloudnine’s Department of Radiology provides the best-in-class radiology and imaging services to both inpatients and outpatients. Combining care with expertise, we are regarded as one of the best radiology hospitals in India.

Our latest high-end CT and MRI machines along with other state-of-the-art equipment and digital radiography systems that include both direct and computed radiography make us the preferred choice for patients when it comes to radiology services.

When it comes to antenatal scans, we understand how precious your baby is to you and we go the extra mile to ensure that your baby receives minimal or no exposure during an imaging test. In addition to 2D scans, Cloudnine also offers expecting parents to see images of their babies that look much more real through 3D scan technology. We are amongst the few maternity and child hospitals in India that provide this facility. Using these scans, parents can get a glimpse of their developing baby’s world – right down to the features of their face.

Apart from 2D & 3D antenatal scans, Cloudnine has the expertise for other radiology services including mammography, CT scan, X-ray, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and MRIs.

We offer both diagnostic and interventional radiology services. Our expert team of Radiologists and Fetal Medicine specialists ensure that at all times your comfort is of prime importance.

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What happens if NT is high? Can a baby with high NT be normal?| Dr. Dhani Reddy
"When the nuchal translucency thickness is more than 3.5 mm the chances of baby developing chromosome and abnormalities and structural defects or genetic problems increase. But the majority of these babies will grow normally without any problems. When the NT thickness is more we need to do further investigations like amniocentesis which is an NT test"
What do report says - High Risk? | Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana
"The combined First Trimester screening report gives us a risk value. It can be either high risk low risk or intermediate risk low risk means the risk is more than 1 in 1000. If it saves low risk that means the chances of your baby getting chromosomal problems is less like and when the risk is intermediate risk which is between 100 to 1000 we should test it further. With either NIPT or amniocentesis and if the risk shows as high risk that means which when it is less than one 100 we need to definitely go for invasive testing called amniocentesis. If the risk is high it means the probability of your baby getting chromosomal problem is high. So we need to confirm whether it is really an abnormality or if it is is a false positive. For that we need invasive testing either chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis based on the period of gestation. If it crosses 16 weeks we go for amniocentesis and if it is less than 16 weeks we go for chorionic villus sampling and when the NIPT report shows it has low risk that means the chances of baby getting chromosomal problem is less likely and after the high risk report in the combined first trimester screening. If the NIPT shows it as low risk that means the probability is less likely if it again shows as high risk in NIPT we need to definitely confirm with invasive testing again"
Combined 1st TRIMESTER SCREENING | Dr.Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana
"So the components of combined First Trimester screening are maternal age, ultrasound parameters and the lab parameters. The risk given by just mother's age alone is around 30 to 50% accurate and with just the lab parameters that is beta hCG and PAPP - A it is around 50 to 70%. When we combine with the ultrasound parameters the maternal age and the lab parameters the accuracy is around 90% we also combine few markers in the ultrasound that is Tricuspid doppler and nose bone the risk accuracy goes up to 95%"
How accurate is an NT Scan | Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana
"The combined First Trimester screening that is NT scan and double marker test has an accuracy of around 90% and a false positive rate of around 3%. It doesn't give a result with an accuracy of 100% and if required while we go for further testing the false positive rate is around 3% and false negative rate is also around 1 to 3 %"
What is the Limitation of NT Scan? | Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana
"There are no risks associated with anti scan as such. There are few limitations that is the NT scan is not 100% accurate in diagnosing chromosomal abnormalities . It can only predict the chances of occurrence in the baby. The confirmation test is always a invasive testing called amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling. We do it only when there is a indication for that like when the risk is high or whether there is any previous abnormal history or when there is any structural abnormalities in the baby or when the entry is more than 3.5 mm"
What is NT Scan | 1st Trimester scan | Dr. Dhani Reddy Sai Keerthana
"There are no risk associated with NT scan. It is absolutely safe during pregnancy. So there are few limitations to the NT scan that is ancan is not 100% accurate in diagnosing chromosomal abnormalities. We can only get detect to the accuracy of around 90% when there is a combined first trimester screening the confirmation is always by invasive testing called chonic villi sampling or amniocentesis wherein we place a very thin needle into the uterine cavity and we take a small amount of amniotic fluid for testing. This is the final confirmation test we do it when the risk is high or when there is any structural abnormality in the baby or when the nuchal translucency is more than 3.5 million"
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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Who is a radiologist?

Radiologists are doctors that specialise in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound.

What is interventional radiology?

​​Interventional radiology (IR) is a specialised field within radiology where doctors use medical imaging to guide minimally invasive surgical procedures that diagnose, treat, and cure many kinds of conditions. Interventional radiology procedures are cheaper, less risky and less painful when compared to conventional surgeries.

What are the different types of imaging services Cloudnine offers?

Cloudnine’s Department of Radiology provides the best-in-class radiology and imaging services such as X-ray, CT (Computed Tomography), Nuclear medicine, Ultrasound, and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging). The equipment used creates images of high quality that are useful in the diagnosis of different diseases.

What is an X-ray?

X-rays are a type of electromagnetic radiation that is used to produce images of the structures inside our body. They are primarily used to look at the bones and joints and sometimes soft tissue, such as internal organs as well. They can detect bone fractures and breaks painlessly.

What is Ultrasonography?

The diagnostic procedure in which high-frequency sound (ultrasound) waves are used to produce images of internal organs and other tissues is called ultrasonography. It is used for several purposes, including during pregnancy, for diagnosing conditions and for image guidance during certain procedures.

What is a 3D scan for pregnancy?

Normal ultrasound reports give 2-dimensional images of your baby in black and white. 3D scans show coloured still pictures of your baby in three dimensions. The images are sharper and clearer. Apart from giving a much better look at your baby's face, when used along with a 2D scan, they can help in the earlier diagnosis of many potential foetal defects.

What is an MRI scan?

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a type of scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body. MRIs can be done on different parts of your body. It is especially useful for looking at soft tissues and the nervous system.

What is a CT scan?

CT scan or Computerised Tomography combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles around your body and uses computer processing to create cross-sectional images (slices) of the inside of the body. It shows detailed images of any part of the body, including the bones, muscles, fat, organs and blood vessels.

Is diagnostic imaging safe for pregnant women?

Ultrasonography (USG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are completely safe for pregnant women and are the preferred imaging technique during pregnancy. Even in computed tomography (CT) scans, the radiation exposure to the foetus is so negligible that it cannot harm. X-ray examinations of body parts like arms, legs, head, teeth, or chest do not expose the reproductive organs to the direct X-ray beam. So these kinds of procedures, when properly done, do not involve any risk to the unborn child.

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