Ultrasonography: Ultrasonography is the imaging of organs with the help of sound waves sent to the tissue, their impact, reflection, and received signals in the tissue. It is based on examining and reporting abnormal shapes (tumors, wall thicknesses, cysts) by a radiologist. The pathological images seen are evaluated, and after the general evaluation, the person is directed to the relevant specialist doctor.

  • Thyroid ultrasonography: It is the imaging of the structure, size, and masses of the thyroid glands (benign or malignant tumors, simple cysts, etc.) with ultrasonographic sound waves.
  • Pelvic ultrasonography:  It is the ultrasonographic examination of the prostate, seminal vesicles, and urinary bladder.
  • Upper abdominal ultrasonography: It is the ultrasonographic examination of the liver, gall bladder, both kidneys, spleen, and pancreas.
  • Breast ultrasound (only in women): It is the examination of breast masses with the help of ultrasonic sound waves.

Electrocardiography (ECG): The rhythmic movements and contractions that occur as the heart pumps blood in and out are examined. These contractions are displayed by electrical changes in the muscles. Information about heart function is obtained by detecting images that deviate from the rhythmic pattern in the contraction and relaxation pattern.

Echocardiography: The cardiologist reports the ultrasonography of the heart in terms of the flow of clean and dirty blood, the movement and efficiency of the heart muscles, the function and physiological structure of the heart valves, the flow, and pumping speed of the blood. This test examines the anatomy, physiology, and related problems of the heart. If necessary, the pathologies can go to further examinations and treatments with the guidance of a cardiologist, and the possible risk of heart diseases is detected early, and precautions are taken.

Chest X-Ray: It is to view the findings such as infection, thickness, alveolar image blurring, cancer risk in the lung with low-dose x-rays. It is reported by a radiologist. If a suspicious image is found, the person is directed to the relevant doctor by the internist. Challenging procedures such as further tomography, MRI, biopsy are requested, and a definitive diagnosis is made. The greatest risk today is lung cancer. Since lung cancer develops insidiously and quickly, this procedure should be carried out often.

Imaging examinations specific to women:

  • Breast ultrasound: It is the examination of breast masses with the help of ultrasonic sound waves.
  • Mammography: It is the examination of the breast in terms of cysts with the help of low-dose x-rays, with a different beam than sound waves. In this way, breast cancer can be diagnosed even two years before tumor formation.
  • Bone Density (40 years and older):It is the examination of bone density by giving low-dose x-rays. As a result of this process, analysis is made according to specific density criteria. The weakening of the bone tissue, which the person does not realize until the fracture stage, is determined and reported as the T Score. After the treatment is done by the relevant specialist, the preservation of bone density can be achieved.
    • Lumbar: It is an indicator of regeneration destruction and deformation of lumbar vertebra bone cells.
    • Hip: It is the regeneration and destruction of hip bone cells.