We provide professional support in radiology.
Computed Tomography (CT) is a technique that examines the body with sections in the form of thin slices. The
speed of multi-slice CT devices provided by the developing technology has
increased and the thickness of the cross-section they can receive has
decreased. The body is displayed in slices during a single breath holding
time; Continuously taken sections can be processed on the computer to
provide a better understanding of the anatomy. During the examination, the
patient must lie still on the computed tomography table, while the table moves
towards the middle part of the device, a large number of cross-sectional images
are taken by the device to view the relevant body part. There is no
application that will cause pain or a feeling of pain during the examination.
In some patients, the condition of the vessels,
the relationship between the mass and the vessels, the blood supply
characteristics of the mass and the visibility of some masses are provided in
the same examination by staining the blood with the drug given rapidly by the
With this method, which is based on the principle that
the sound shows a change in frequency while reflecting from moving structures,
the current in vascular structures is examined. Color Doppler imaging is
obtained if the flow information is colored according to the direction and
velocity of the flow to the transducer and placed in the gray scale vessel
image called B-Mode. Flow velocities are measured using the Doppler
spectrum in graphical form, and flow types are determined.
Ultrasound is a diagnostic method that uses high-frequency sound waves that the human ear cannot hear. Radiation
is not used in ultrasound. Therefore, it can be used easily in pregnant
women and babies.
The sound waves sent from the device are
detected by the same device after they are reflected from the patient’s body. Reflection
differences vary from organ to organ. For this reason, structures with
different reflections give different images. Ultrasound is mostly used for
imaging the abdominal organs such as liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen,
kidneys, bladder, ovaries and uterus. Until today, there are no side
effects that can be shown in pregnancy and other examinations. In addition,
pregnancy can be followed up with a 4-dimensional US device and early diagnosis
of possible anomalies and development of the baby in pregnancy can be made with
second-level (detailed) ultrasound.
Mammography; It is a breast x-ray film taken at a low dose. It is taken to detect small
abnormalities in the breast that cannot be detected by examination. This is the
real value of mammography. Because in this way, the disease is detected
before the stage that can be detected by examination. Therefore, it is a
definite life saver.
Women over the age of forty should have
mammography every year or every two years and have a breast examination by a
specialist every year. Women over the age of 50 should have mammography
every year and be examined by a physician. It is widely and effectively
used to determine the location and characteristics of a suspicious mass found
during breast examination.
Routine mammography is recommended as a breast
cancer screening test at regular intervals for women who have no risk factors
for breast cancer, have no complaints and have normal annual breast
examinations. Bone Density Measurement
Densitometer is a measurement of bone density. The
device measures bone density using low-dose X-rays and computers. If
osteoporosis is detected, medication is monitored at certain intervals for the
rate of benefiting from the medication taken.
In our hospital, organ biopsies and cyst drainage are performed with fine or thick needles, and
pathological diagnosis can be made in this way.