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X ray examination remains one of the leading and available methods of scientific and clinical study in medicine, which helps to diagnose various inflammatory, post-traumatic, degenerative-dystrophic and tumor diseases of organs and systems.

The X-ray department of the institution is equipped with the advanced digital X-ray units with built-in exposure meters, allowing for the reduction of the improper radiation load on the patient during the study. Monthly maintenance, regular check of operational parameters ensure an uninterrupted operation of the equipment. Our devices allow to receive traditional and digital images.

The staff of our department are specialists with a large work experience. Most of them have High-Level Certificate, trained in radiation safety of the population and use personal protective equipment for patients.

Services provided in the department:

  • X-ray examination of the chest and heart;
  • X-ray examination of the gastrointestinal tract, including  tradition and double contrast (colonic examination with barium) irrigoscopy. The study requires preliminary preparation 1 (for stomach examination), preparation 2 (for gallbladder examination), preparation 3 (for irrigoscopy);
  • X-ray examination of the osteoarticular system, including :
    • spinal examination with  functional tests (examination of the lumbar, sacral and coccygeal sections, pelvic bones requires special preparation 4 and dieting, unless it is an urgent examination on the day of trauma);
    • spinal examination with determination of the degree of kyphoscoliosis;
    • radiography of minor and major joints;
    • determination of the degree of longitudinal-transverse flatfoot
  • X-ray examination of the skull (cerebral, facial), including spot-film radiography of the Turkish saddle;
  • X-ray examination of ENT organs, including:
    • radiography of paranasal sinuses;
    • tomography of the larynx;
    • radiography of the nasopharynx
  • X-ray examination of the urinary system (requires special preparation 4 and dieting), including:
    • plain and intravenous urography;
    • cystography, including determination of the degree of bladder prolapse;
    • micturating cystography
  • mammography in accordance with the menstrual cycle (breast study), including:
    • spot-film radiography with compression, direct image magnification;
    • pneumocystography
  • X-ray examination of soft tissues;
  • Teeth radiography, orthopantomography (panoramic image);
  • Special X-ray examinations (tomography of the chest, mediastinum, bones, kidneys, skull and Turkish saddle)