SCANNER

MRI

RADIOLOGY

ECHOGRAPHY

MAMMOGRAPHY

Medical imaging is one of the medico-technical means and equipment available to the Saint Augustin clinic to ensure effective care for its patients.
The medical imaging department has a high-performance technical platform which is integrated into the clinic's multidisciplinary practice by contributing to the diagnosis and evaluation of ongoing treatments.

MEDICAL IMAGING

  • Digital radiology
  • Ultrasound
  • Scanner
  • MRI

(with pulsed and continuous colour Doppler equipped with a three-dimensional morphological Doppler probe)

THE CARDIAC EXPLORATION UNIT

  • Holter blood pressure
  • Rhythmic Holter
  • Stress test
  • Echocardiography
VIDEO ENDOSCOPY UNIT
Conventional gastrointestinal investigations :
  • Video-fibroscopy
  • Video colonoscopy
Interventional gastrointestinal investigations :
  • Bronchial investigation
  • Urological examination
  • ERCP

(Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography)

DIGESTIVE ENDOSCOPY UNIT

The Saint Augustin Clinic is pleased to announce the extension of its digestive endoscopy unit, which now includes:
The Saint Augustin Clinic is pleased to announce the extension of its digestive endoscopy unit, which now includes:
CLINIQUE SAINT AUGUSTIN

DIAGNOSTIC ENDOSCOPY: GASTROSCOPY, COLONOSCOPY, SIDE-VIEW DUODENOSCOPY, PROCTOLOGY, FUNCTIONAL EXPLORATION

  • Indications validated according to international recommendations in benign and malignant digestive pathologies (oesophagus, stomach, bilio-pancreatic, recto-colic, etc.)
  • Unparalleled diagnostic accuracy (superior to CT and MRI in bilio-pancreatic pathology and tumour staging).
  • Minimally invasive diagnostic investigation (% ERCP).
  • Significantly lower cost than MRI with higher diagnostic accuracy (bilio-pancreatic)
The Saint Augustin clinic is the only clinic equipped, to date, in the private sector in Africa.

INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY

→ Ligation / sclerosis of esophageal varices
→ Esophageal dilatation and stenting
→ Extraction of foreign bodies
→ Haemostasis technique
→ Gastrostomy
→ Polypectomy and mucosectomy
→ Biliary catheterisation