For 30 years, the department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology has pioneered and perfected pinhole procedures to become one of the leaders in this form of treatment in India. With state of the art equipment and 16 doctors available 24 x 7, we ensure that you receive care comparable to the best in the world.
For Emergency Services, We are open 24/7
For general consultation, you can visit us at The Department of Radiology, KMCH
Radmagic will introduce you to procedures that are nothing short of magical, they are complex surgeries done through a needle puncture, these procedures are otherwise called pinhole surgeries and medically termed interventional radiology procedures.
The department of radiology and the hospital is a national leader in performing these pinhole procedures this department trains people across the country and it’s considered globally as one of the centres of excellence.
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Emergency? Call +91-96003-73840
I run a textile business where my presence is crucial. When I was diagnosed for uterine fibroids, I thought the treatment would put me to bed for a few weeks. Thanks to Dr. Mathew and the Interventional Radiology techniques, I was back on my feet on the third day, to my business as usual.
I had an unbearable headache and was taken to the hospital. Further investigations revealed a blood clot in the brain secondary to a ruptured AvM. My family was dependent on me, getting back to work was crucial. At KMCh dr. Cherian and his team blocked the abnormal blood vessel without opening my brain. I was soon back to normal. The meter in my auto is running again, quicker than I thought
One day strangely I felt a kind of heaviness in my bowels. I had blood pouring when I went to the toilet. Over the next few hours, I started losing huge amounts of blood every time I emptied my bowels. I was nearing death. A timely procedure done by Dr. Mathew saved my life. I imagine an open surgery would have kept me for weeks in bed not to mention the other discomforts. I was back attending my patients on the third day.