We provide professional support in Radiology.
In our hospital, which serves with the application of
imaging method in order to reach the correct diagnosis in the fastest and most
efficient way, there are 4 dimensional ultrasonography, color Doppler
ultrasonography, x-ray, portable x-ray, fluoroscopy, computed tomography and
In addition, CR (Computerize Radiology) technology is
used in our hospital. In addition, x-ray, tomography, images are
transferred to computer environment.
Fluoroscopy Special organ examinations performed in different ways.
This group of examinations are mostly performed under
fluoroscopic observation, using X-rays and by a Radiologist.
The patient is informed in detail about the examination
to be performed before the examination. Some of these examinations require
special preparations before the examination. Some examinations may require
special interventions for the patient in order to perform the examination.
In most of this group of examinations, the patient can
continue his routine daily activities after the examination. For some,
short-term observation or rest at home may be recommended.
In the X -ray department of our X- ray hospital, direct or contrast-enhanced
examinations of all normal body organs can be performed.
Ultrasonography has an important place in diagnosis. In addition to
abdominal ultrasonography examinations such as liver, gall bladder and kidneys,
superficial tissue examinations are also performed. (For example; thyroid,
With Color Doppler Ultrasonography
Doppler; Vascular structures of tissues and organs are revealed in detail. During
pregnancy, advanced examinations are performed in the vascular structures of
the mother and baby. It is also a method used to detect some problems of
men in infertility.
Mammography is a special examination used for the diagnosis of breast tissue
diseases. It is used for diagnosis and screening purposes in breast
cancer. It is also a method used in the diagnosis of non-malignant
diseases of the breast.
Computed Tomography is an examination method that uses X-rays to view the body in cross-sectional,
longitudinal and lateral planes.
If necessary, the use of contrast material may be
required to highlight various organs in the body during the examination.
The patient should lie still during the examination. In some examinations, the patient may be asked to hold his
breath at various intervals while the X-ray is sent.
The examination process varies depending on the body area
examined or the nature of the disease under investigation.
Following the CT examination, the patient can continue
his normal daily activities.
Four Dimensional (4D) Ultrasonography
4 dimension is the simultaneous viewing and recording of 3-dimensional images
of the baby in the mother’s womb in the form of photo frames during the
With 4D ultrasound devices, early diagnosis of diseases
caused by sex, cleft palate, cleft lip, missing finger, brain and spinal cord
can be made.
Down Syndrome, seen with nuchal thickness measurement,
can be scanned at 3 months thanks to 4D ultrasound.
With 4D ultrasounds, the development of multiple babies,
which couples expect with a different happiness and excitement, can be
monitored more clearly.
4D ultrasounds provide the opportunity to learn the
gender of the baby and take color photos from the third month.
Thanks to 4D ultrasound scans, families have pleasant
moments, as they can see who their babies look most like after their health