Laboratory research in the clinic
Laboratory research in the clinic Especially for the convenience of patients, the clinic is equipped with a modern laboratory that allows you to quickly and accurately conduct all necessary tests. Without leaving the clinic, you can pass all the necessary tests and get results as quickly as possible, regardless of which clinic you applied to. The quality of conducted laboratory tests meets all necessary standards, which is confirmed by the necessary certificates.
Ultra sound diagnostics
Ultrasound investigation (USI diagnosis) is noninvasive checkup of inner human organs and the processes running in them with the help of ultrasonic waves.
Ultrasonic diagnosis (ultrasound investigation, USI) occupied one of the leading positions in the modern clinical medicine. Why is US diagnosis so popular?
authenticityof the results obtained;
noninvasive examination (noninvasive);
relative simplicity of the procedure;
it can be repeated time and again, because of a total absence of ionizing radiation;
authenticityof the results obtained.
Ultrasound methods of investigation allowed to solve more accurately the issues of diagnostics of considerable number of diseases of cardiovascular, digestive, urogenital system, as well as to receive the valuable information in tocology and gynecology, oncology, neurology, ophthalmology.
In our clinics, ultrasound investigation is conducted for the following organs and system: USI of thyroid gland, pancreas, kidneys, abdominal space, USI of mammary gland, USI of liver, and USI of organs of small pelvis. Abdominal, transrectal and transvaginal investigations are conducted.
Endoscopy is the most reliable method of diagnosing diseases, in which the doctor gets an opportunity to see the condition of the patient's internal organs. A survey is performed using an endoscope - a thin tube with a video camera at the end, which is injected through natural paths.
Specially trained doctors-endoscopists in the clinic regularly use four types of endoscopic examinations:
Gastroscopy in the clinic
Olympus Exera II Endoscope
Gastroscopy is an examination of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, stomach and duodenum) with the help of a gastroscope. Gastroscopy allows you to examine in detail the condition of the upper sections of the human digestive system.
Indications for gastroscopy are:
Duodenitis (inflammation of the duodenum);
Esophagitis (inflammation of the esophagus mucosa);
An ulcer of the stomach or duodenum;
Suspicion of a tumor or bleeding of the above-mentioned organs.
In addition, the gastroscopy allows you to make a biopsy, remove small polyps, and conduct other medical manipulations.
On average, the procedure of gastroscopy takes no more than two to three minutes. The recording of a gastroscopy, if necessary, can be viewed by a doctor at any time. Complications after gastroscopy in qualified and experienced doctors are absent.
Gastroscopy is the most reliable method of obtaining accurate and comprehensive data on the state of the esophagus, stomach or duodenum. Colonoscopy in the clinic
Colonoscopy is an effective method that allows you to get as fast as possible comprehensive information about the condition of the large intestine. Using a colonoscope (a flexible controlled probe with a camera) allows you to quickly and accurately detect bowel diseases at the earliest stages of development, when they do not yet manifest themselves as obvious symptoms.
Colonoscopy is necessary:
With prolonged constipation;
With intestinal obstruction;
With bleeding from the intestine;
With suspicion of ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease or a tumor.
In general, any patient with problems in the work of the intestines is recommended to go through a colonoscopy. After 40 years, due to the increased risk of colorectal cancer, colonoscopy is recommended as an annual preventive examination, the benefit of the procedure makes it available to most patients.
Judge for yourself: a 20-minute examination replaces many tests and analyzes, while giving much more accurate results!
Doctors-endoscopists of the clinic conduct surveys using the latest video system Olympus Exera II. This is a high-end digital endoscope that allows accurate and rapid diagnosis of colon diseases. This device allows you not only to make a visual examination in one session, but also to make a biopsy.
4 ADVANTAGES OF THE CLINIC
Only for our patients:
Physicians-endoscopists of the highest qualification category;
Modern digital endoscope Olympus Exera II;
Convenient for you time of the procedure.
CT scan (computed tomography)
Accurate and timely diagnosis of the disease is crucial for the correct and successful treatment of the disease. This explains the popularity of the most advanced method of radiation diagnosis - computed tomography (CT). Conducting CT is a fast, safe and painless way to get complete information about your body. Conclusion on the results of CT is issued to the patient on hand on the day of the study. When is CT required?
Computer tomography is necessary in determining a variety of diseases that affect different organs and systems of the body:
The nervous system (including the brain)
Thyroid and parathyroid glands
Lungs, bronchus trachea
Abdominal cavity organs: liver, spleen, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, gallbladder and bile ducts
Genitourinary system: kidney and adrenal gland, bladder, pelvic organs
Musculoskeletal system: bones, joints and spine
In our clinic we perform multislice computer tomography of the following organs:
Joints and bones
Organs of the thorax
Abdominal cavity organs
Pelvic organs in women and men
Kidney and adrenal glands
Blood vessels (angiography)
To obtain more accurate data, CT is performed using special contrast preparations. Contrast is used in studying the brain, soft tissues of the throat, chest organs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, adrenals, salivary glands, pelvic organs and blood vessels.
Tomograph Tosiba Asteion, used for diagnosis, allows you to examine all organs of the body with a cut thickness of only 0.5 mm. Effective use of radiation makes it possible to obtain images of high quality and resolution at a minimum radiation dose.