Medilife Health Group Radiology Department is an advanced diagnosis and treatment unit that can perform all kinds of radiology procedures 7 days and 24 hours, with today's technologies, doctors and technicians.
Medilife Healthcare Group Radiology Department is an advanced diagnosis and treatment unit that can perform all kinds of radiology procedures 7 days and 24 hours with today's technologies, doctors and technicians. Our Radiology Department believes that the correct diagnosis will be achieved by carefully selecting and applying the lowest risk and fastest and most suitable method for each patient.
The images of all the examinations made using these devices are transferred to the PACS (Image Archiving and Communication System) system, evaluated and stored by radiologists. The integration of the system with the hospital operating system (HIS) provides the opportunity to quickly reach the results from all polyclinics and clinics and to make consultations when necessary. In addition to all routine examinations with the Magnetic Resonance (MR) device; dynamic and functional MR (BOLD, diffusion, perfusion, kinematic MR, Cine MR) examinations can also be performed; movable table feature and fast sequences, full body scanning and peripheral angiography (mobitrate) can be performed in one phase. In addition to routine examinations, examinations such as calcium scoring, coronary angiography, virtual colonoscopy and virtual bronoscopy can be performed at the Radiology Department. In addition to diagnostic procedures, the CT device is used in interventional diagnosis and treatment procedures.
With flat panel technology, the x-ray system, which can take images without using a cassette, can take routine examinations as well as all spine and limb orthorontgenogram graphs and make measurements of them easily. With mobile devices, radiographs can also be taken at the bedside of patients. All ultrasonography, Doppler examinations and bone density measurements are performed. Many systems can be evaluated in detail, including fluoroscopy, gastrointestinal and urinary system. In addition to diagnostic imaging methods, interventional radiology procedures for diagnosis and treatment are also carried out in the radiology department. The most frequently used of these procedures in the field of oncology is to perform a biopsy with fine needle or thick needle methods without the need for surgical treatment from cancerous tissue detected by the imaging method. The result obtained by histopathological examination of tissue samples obtained with these methods determines the treatment method to be selected. In addition, interventional methods can be used in the elimination of symptoms such as obstruction of cancerous tissue, such as obstruction of the airways, food or trachea obstruction, large intestine obstruction, and discharge of fluids that can accumulate in body cavities. In cancer types, which are difficult to operate due to their size and vascular structure, the feeding of tumor tissue by interventional method can be eliminated by eliminating - tumor embolization - and / or shrinking enough to be removed surgically and without complications.
Our medical imaging devices used in the Radiology Department for the diagnosis and monitoring of diseases are as follows:
Multidetector computed tomography (MDBT)
1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance (MR)
Color Doppler Ultrasonography
CR mobile x-ray machine for inpatients
Digital Panoramic X-Ray (Dental X-ray)
Digital Dental Tomography
Anterograde pyelography, fine needle, entire procedure
Anterograde pyelography from existing catheter
Double contrast column analysis
Double contrast stomach examination
Distal colon x-ray
HSG HSG (WITH ANESTHESIA)
Small bowel examination
Stomach duodenum examination
Sialography (two sides)
Sialography (one side)
Cystogram (three movies)
T tube cholangiography
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