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Medical thermal imaging at ISHSKO Centre

Regular diagnostic tools like X-rays, CT Scans, Ultrasound are all tests of “anatomy” and are useful measurements of the structure of your body. But suppose you suffer pain that cannot be explained by these studies.

Successful Bright Eyes fundraising campaign ends

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After more than a decade of fundraising in aid of cancer care in Mayo, the hugely successful Bright Eyes campaign has been brought to a close.

Handover of keys to new MRI scanner at Mayo General Hospital

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Mayo General Hospital has announced that the keys to the new permanently based MRI scanner were handed over to Mayo General Hospital by representatives of the fundraising groups at a ceremony at the hospital recently. The funding for the MRI scanner had been raised by a number of established cancer charities and the core groups involved were Cancer Action Mhaigh-Eo and the Bright Eyes Campaign.

Euromedic Clinic opens in Kilkenny city

The official opening of Euromedic Ireland on Dean Street in the city will be carried out by Minister for the Environment, Heritage and local Government, Phil Hogan today.

New state of the art CT scanner

There was good news in the health sector for Carlow Kilkenny this week following the announcement that St Luke’s Hospital has purchased a new state of the art CT scanner, costing €700,000.

New spacious MRI scanner for Merlin Park Imaging Centre

A new MRI scanner which allows faster imaging and is spacious, therefore easily accommodating bigger built patients or people who tend to be claustrophic, is now available at Merlin Park Imaging Centre.

New scanners for Mayo General thanks to local fundraising

Approval has been given to Mayo General Hospital for a new permanently-based MRI scanner and a replacement CT scanner. The money for MRI and CT scanners has been raised through the generosity of the people of Mayo. The funds were raised by a number of established cancer charities, and the core groups involved were Cancer Action Mhaigh-Eo and the Bright Eyes Campaign.


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