Diagnostic Department

– The department is equipped with the state-of-the-art high and expert class diagnostic devices from the global leading manufacturers of medical equipment. This enables us to perform comprehensive examinations required for an objective assessment of the health, state, and functions of body organs and systems.

Currently, the department is developing in two major areas: functional diagnostics and diagnostic imaging. In the first one, we apply all the basic functional examination methods. Our distinctive feature is that we work with both adult patients and children. In the area of diagnostic imaging, our specialists can perform the widest range of state-of-the-art procedures that help to identify and recognize various diseases with high accuracy and in a timely manner. Due to this comprehensive approach, we are able not only to make the correct diagnosis, but also to choose the appropriate treatment tactics. In the long run, it considerably increases our patients’ chances to overcome their diseases and live a long and active life after that.

Functional diagnostics:

·         Treadmill test (stress test);

·         12-lead electrocardiography, including ECG with medication tests;

·         3- and 12-lead Holter ECG monitoring, including ECG monitoring for up to 7 days, circadian heart rhythm variability study, QT-interval, apnea;

·         Daily BP monitoring;

·         Ergometry (treadmill test);

·         Neurosonography;

·         External respiration function test (spirometry), including medication tests;

·         Transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography;

·         Stress echocardiography;

·         Doppler sonography and duplex ultrasound vessel scanning (intracranial and extracranial, abdominal, arm and leg vessels);

·         Electroencephalography with functional tests;

·         Rheography;

·         Echoencephalography.

Diagnostic imaging is performed for the following organs:

·         brain, including contrast-enhanced imaging;

·         paranasal sinuses and temporal bones;

·         chest (including high-resolution lung imaging and mediastinal imaging);

·         abdominal and retroperitoneal organs (including contrast-enhanced bolus imaging);

·         pelvic organs (contrast-enhanced);

·         bones and joints (contrast media are used for soft tissues);

·         neck (including larynx, thyroid and salivary glands);

·         all spinal segments (including spiral CT imaging);

·         CT-assisted osteodensitometry;

·         virtual colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, pelvioscopy and urethroscopy, cystoscopy, laryngoscopy, angioscopy, etc.