Ultrasonography (USG)

Ultrasonography is a method of imaging organs known for many years, based on the phenomenon of reflection of acoustic waves from the encountered obstacles. Acoustic…

Optical Tomography (OCT)

Spectra Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) using partially coherent light is an emerging medical imaging technique that has found many clinical applications in ophthalmology. One of…

Computed tomography

Computed tomography is one of the modern methods of detecting and diagnosing many diseases. The essence of computed tomography is mapping organs in cross-section, i.e.…

Spirometry

A spirometry test measures the volume of air inhaled and exhaled. Spirometry allows for the assessment of airway function. The spirometer, the apparatus used for…

Scintigraphy

Scintigraphy is a test based on gamma radiation. It is one of the techniques for imaging organs and also evaluating their function. The test uses…

Magnetic resonance imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), like computed tomography (CT), is one of the modern diagnostic methods useful in detecting a variety of diseases. MRI allows a…

X-rays (X-ray)

It is an imaging method that uses X-rays (X-rays). A certain dose of X-rays is passed through the body, which after passing through it is…

Tumor markers

Cancer markers are substances whose concentration and presence are associated with the development of cancer. These are substances secreted into body fluids, such as blood…

Mammography

It is a radiological method of examining the breasts to detect changes in the breast structure. Like other radiological methods, mammography uses X-rays. This radiation…

Coronarography (Angiocardiography)

Coronarography is a method of examining the coronary vessels of the heart. By visualizing the location and extent of narrowing in the coronary arteries, it…

Electrocardiography (ECG)

Electrocardiography is the study of the bioelectrical activity of the heart. Every living cell of the heart is a source of electrical energy. An ECG…

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Electroencephalography EEG is a method of recording the functional currents produced in the brain. The EEG apparatus is equipped with special electrodes, which are placed…

Exercise ECG (stress test)

Exercise stress testing is the evaluation of ECG changes during exercise. The ECG is known to change during exercise both physiologically and in disease states.…

Echokardiography

Echocardiography is an ultrasound examination of the heart. (It uses ultrasound.) The machine sends ultrasound sounds through a special transducer, which are reflected from structures…

Biopsy

A biopsy is an invasive method of examination that involves taking cells from diseased tissue. The material for examination is usually taken with a needle.…

Blood test – interpretation of results

A blood test is one of the basic tests most often recommended by doctors. Its results allow assessment of the patient’s general health condition and,…

Blood tests – Morphology

Blood is a very important component of the human body. It makes up about 7% of the body weight, so in an adult it corresponds…

DNA testing

The bottom line for humans is that DNA testing can be used for diagnostic purposes for many diseases. These tests involve taking a material, which…

Angiografia

Angiography is a method of examining blood vessels to accurately assess changes inside the vessels. It is based on X-rays. Since ordinary X-rays do not…