Tumor Marker Test

tumour marker test

What is a tumor marker test: A cancer marker (also commonly known as “tumor marker”), are substances that are created by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to cancer in the body in parts like urine, blood, and body tissue.  So, a cancer marker test looks for those substances and the amount present. […]

5 Tips for Better Sleep

5 Steps to Better Sleep

Quality sleep is a fundamental pillar of our overall health and well-being. Yet, in today’s fast-paced world, many of us struggle to achieve a restful night’s sleep. Lack of sleep can have a detrimental impact on our physical health, mental clarity, and emotional well-being. At Blessono Health Screening Centre, we recognize the profound importance of […]

MRI vs Ultrasound

MRI Scan

vs Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Purpose: MRI is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging modality that utilizes a strong magnetic field, radio waves, and computer processing to produce detailed images of the body’s internal structures. It is particularly useful for imaging soft tissues, such as the brain, muscles, and organs. Advantages: MRI does not expose the patient […]



What are breasts: The breasts are the pair of mammary glands on the chest that’s designed to secrete milk. Breasts contains lots of tiny sacs named alveoli which produce milk. When breast feeding/secreting milk, the milk flows out of the alveoli, through the milk duct and out of the nipple. These are present in both […]

Carotid artery

Carotid artery

What are the carotid arteries: The carotid arteries are the two arteries located at the sides of your neck which branches out into smaller divisions. The smaller division provides a blood supply to your face and neck, and another for the brain. Ultrasound of the carotid artery: The sonographer will place the ultrasound on your […]



What is a KUB: KUB refers to the medical imaging of the kidney, ureter, and bladder. This means that it uses a scan like an ultrasound to get images of the kidney, urinary bladder, and ureter (the part connecting the kidney and bladder). There are 2 kidneys in the human body, and they are bean […]

What is Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

What is breast cancer: Breast cancer is when cells in your breast start to grow and divide rapidly and irregularly, thus creating a mass of tissue called a tumor. Risk factors of developing breast cancer: – Being a female (breast cancer can occur in men too, but its more common in women) – Elderly age […]

What is Echocardiogram

What is Echocardiogram

What is an echocardiogram: An echocardiogram is a non-invasive test that uses ultrasound to produce images of the heart. It provides important information about the structure and function of the heart, including its size, shape, and movement, as well as the blood flow through the heart chambers and valves. The test is commonly used to […]

Fatty liver disease


Fatty liver disease Fatty liver disease What is fatty liver disease: Hepatic steatosis, which is also known as Fatty liver disease, essentially means that there is a lot of fat in your liver. At all times, there is a bit of fat stored in your liver for it to use as energy. However, high levels […]

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