Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging

Modern, medical, diagnostic imaging techniques create pictures of the human body (or about its certain parts, morphological or functional relations) for clinical or scientific purposes. Medical dignostic imaging methods are, for instance, the x-ray, the ultrasonography, the MRI, and the CT.

Our available diagnostic imaging examinations:

 

X-Ray: A summative X-Ray image, as the first examination, can indicate further examinations; it can give diagnosis of such organ systems where it is able to show meticulous details. It is an appropriate primary examination method for limb and large-joint spine diseases, post-traumatic and degenerative musculoskeletal diseases.

 

 

Ultrasonography: This examination creates an image of the patient’s internal organs with the help of high-frequency sound. Its significant advantage is that it is a so-called non-invasive procedure; a method which can be used well for the diagnosis of diseases in the soft tissues and internal organs. Its most frequent areas: the abdominal and lesser pelvic organs, the breasts, the vein system, the fetus, the skeletal muscles, the joints, and the soft tissues.     

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging): The point of this examination is that the hydrogen nucleus (simple proton) in the water molecules of human tissues is polarized and excited with strong magnets, in this way, an observable sign is created, which is spatially coded in the images about the human body. No ionized irradiation is used during the MRI, that is why, it has no health hazard.