Diagnostic Imaging in Singapore

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Nobel Gastroenterology Centre
5.0

From 41 verified reviews

Jessica Lim, 18 September 2020

Dr Eric Wee is a very knowledgable and dedicated doctor. I saw him for acid reflux and gastritis problems. My procedures went smoothly and absolutely painless. He went through with me the findings of my endoscopy, colonscopy and tests he ordered for. He told me the next step he is going to take to treat my condition. At my last consultation, i was prescribed with a new acid reflux medication. I had a diarrhoea a day after taking the medication, i called the clinic to check as i suspected it could be due to the new medication. His nurses told me that dr wee would call me back and he called back at 8 pm even though it is way past his clinic operating hours. I told him my condition, with his expertise, he thinks that it could be food poisoning instead of a drug allergy. Thank you Dr Wee.I'm also thankful to his team of nurses. I had problems with my pre-authorisation form submission. They are very helpful in helping me with the submission of the form as well as patient in explaining to me every medication that i was prescribed and how to take them. Thank you Nobel Gastro 😁👍🏻

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Abundant Health Medical Clinic

Abundant Health Medical Clinic, located in Central Area, Central, Singapore offers patients Vascular Ultrasound procedures among its total of 16 available procedures, across 12 different specialties. The cost of a Vascular Ultrasound procedure starts from ฿5,900, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿5,812. There are many specialists available at the Clinic, with 10 in total, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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Seow-Choen Colorectal Centre Pte Ltd
4.7

From 6 verified reviews

Reinvented To Be Still, 24 January 2020

For a specialist in private practice Dr Seow-Choen is unpretentious and down to earth. No airs. He doesn't rush you if you need more insights into your problem. He puts us at ease about the procedures. My husband was discharged within 24 hours of surgery. And we returned a week later for review. Highly recommended and a go-to doctor. Don't let the clinic location fool you.Dr. Seow-Choen YOU ARE GOD SEND. And a big thank you.

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Gynae MD Womens and Rejuvenation Clinic - Orchard
4.4

From 39 verified reviews

Murugammal Dalinayodo, 17 September 2020

Dr Ng is a very experienced doctor. I went for abnormal bleeding then after few test all it's just a small issue. My problem solve within 1 week. Reasonable price and I'm satisfied with the treatment. Thanks to dctr and the nurses very polite .

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SingHealth Polyclinics - Queenstown
3.3

From 32 verified reviews

andreas tan, 17 January 2020

Made an appointment on Thursday 7:30 and there were plenty of slots available throughout the day. Service was good, staff is helpful. Did my registration in less than 5 mins. Waited around 30 mins to see the Dr. referral to specialist was done at referral counter. Took another 3 mins. Clinic is large with variety of facilities. It is a very good government healthcare service

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SingHealth Polyclinics - Geylang
2.8

From 41 verified reviews

Alvin Khoo, 15 September 2020

All healthcare needs provided professional

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SingHealth Polyclinics - Bedok
2.4

From 44 verified reviews

Max Xie, 30 June 2019

Came at 2pm, got my queue number and was told to come back 3.15pm. I had 1hour and 15mins to roam around, didn't have to stay in. System has improved drastically from the previous bedok polyclinic above fair price. Saw the doctor around 3.40pm and got told to go to another room (210) for wound dressing. The nurse, Wendy Lai Wai Yin, was very friendly and approachable. Despite the long waiting time (understanble, given the num of patients, I think the price and quality of service and care justifies a visit.

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SingHealth Polyclinics - Bukit Merah
2.1

From 29 verified reviews

actionfigure story, 11 July 2020

It was my first time visiting this polyclinic. I was seen by Dr. Alexandra Yung Yun En. She was friendly and sincere. I've had a few ailments for the past month and she was very thorough in her examination, even suggesting for me to do a blood test. As I had to wait about 30 minutes for my blood test results, I went to make payment for my medicines first. To my surprise, Dr. Yung came out to find me to pass me my referral letters to a specialist as well as my blood test results. I was not expecting this; I thought I'd have to go wait outside her room first for the results and I know how busy doctors are. Perhaps other doctors do this as well, but this was a first for me. I found her to be a very caring and professional doctor. Thank you, Dr. Yung. You made this a very pleasant experience and are a credit to your profession. Keep doing the great work you do!

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SingHealth Polyclinics - Tampines
2.1

From 60 verified reviews

ps L, 25 August 2020

I have an appointment at 10am. Seen a doctor for consult. Took blood at the another level with phlebotomy then did a ecg and review by doctor again. left the polyclinic at 1105am. I am feeling lucky or is the polyclinic super efficient.

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Yim Gastroenterology Liver And Endoscopy Centre

Yim Gastroenterology Liver And Endoscopy Centre, located in Bishan, Central, Singapore offers patients Virtual Colonoscopy procedures among its total of 3 available procedures, across 2 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Virtual Colonoscopy procedures at Yim Gastroenterology Liver And Endoscopy Centre, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $1,173. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Hospital, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: RCP - Royal College of PhysiciansMBBS - Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of SurgeryAMS - Academy of Medicine SingaporeFAMS - Fellowship of the Academy of Medicine SingaporeRCP - Royal College of Physicians

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Diagnostic imaging, also known as medical imaging, describes a variety of techniques to look inside the body to diagnose the cause of an injury or illness, as well as to find any signs of a health condition. It is also used to see how well your body responds to treatment for an illness or fracture. 

Many diagnostic imaging tests are noninvasive and painless. Some tests use a small amount of radiation exposure. Some require you to remain still inside a machine for a long time, which may cause little discomfort. 

Other diagnostic tests involve the insertion of a small camera attached to a thin, long tube (often referred to as a “scope”) into your body. These types of diagnostic tests are invasive and require anesthesia.

Some of the most common types of diagnostic imaging tests are as follows:

  • X-ray is among the most well-known diagnostic imaging tests. It generates images that allow your doctor to see if there is any damage or injury to the bones.
  • Computed tomography (CT) scan, also known as “cat scan,” is a test that combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles. It is often used to quickly examine people who could have internal injuries. It can help doctors evaluate the brain, spine, abdomen, chest, and neck.
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses a powerful magnet to obtain an image of the body instead of radiation. It is most commonly used to examine spinal cord and brain anomalies, joint abnormalities, and tumors.
  • Ultrasound, also known as sonography, uses high-frequency waves to create images of the inside of the body. It is most commonly used to examine a fetus during pregnancy. However, it can also be used to examine a wide range of body parts, including the heart, joints, and bladder.
  • Mammography is a type of x-ray image of the breast. It can be used to check for early breast cancer signs that cannot be felt through the use of a low-dose x-ray.
  • A diagnostic biopsy is the main method doctors use to diagnose most types of cancer. It involves the removal of a piece of tissue or cell sample to be analyzed in a laboratory.
  • Endoscopy, laparoscopy, and colposcopy involve the insertion of a thin, flexible scope with a video camera attached to its end through a passageway or bodily opening to look at the inside of a particular organ, such as the colon or the lungs.

How Long Should I Stay in Singapore?

You can usually leave the hospital straight away after diagnostic imaging tests. However, it is advisable that you stay in Singapore for 5 to 7 days to wait for the results. Once the results are ready, you will have to attend a follow-up appointment where your doctor explains the results and discuss the treatment plan, if needed.

What's the Expected Recovery Time?

Most diagnostic tests, such as ultrasound and CT scan, do not require any recovery time. However, you may need to take one or two days off work and avoid strenuous activities for several days after some types of diagnostic biopsy, endoscopy, laparoscopy, and colposcopy.

What Aftercare is Required?

There is usually no special aftercare or restrictions after diagnostic imaging tests. You may be advised to drink plenty of water immediately after, especially if contrast was used. If the procedure is invasive, your doctor will give you detailed instructions on how to care for the wounds. 

What's the Success Rate?

Diagnostic imaging tests have high success and accuracy rates. The continuous improvement and advancement of diagnostic imaging technology have transformed healthcare, allowing for earlier diagnosis of many medical conditions, reduces the need for invasive processes. The side effects of diagnostic imaging tests are very minimal, such as slight discomfort, pain, swelling, and bruising.

Are there Alternatives?

There are no alternatives to diagnostic imaging. It is vital for the diagnosis of medical conditions, allowing your doctor to decide the best treatment or management plan.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 09/10/2020.

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