Radiology

Radiology is a science of radiation, and in medicine is an area that deals with the study and application of radiation for the purpose of diagnosing and treating diseases.
Polyclinic Atrijum has a modern radiological center that includes modern spiral CT and universal RTG devices.

Radiology is a branch of medicine that uses X-rays for diagnosis and treatment of disease. In classical radiology in diagnosis of disease, image technology is used where X-rays after passing through the patient’s tissue tissue produce a record in X-ray films that radiologists analyze and record in their findings. Digital radiology, where X-rays are also used by computer (digital) imaging technology, creates a digital image record and stores it in computer temporary databases, and then in a more permanent storage of the so-called. data servers where they can be reactivated if necessary and opened for re-analysis. In Atrium Polyclinic, a digial opema is used where the digital image of the image is stored in a computer temporary database, and then in a more permanent storage on the so-called. data servers where they can be reactivated if necessary and opened for re-analysis.

The radiological center of the Polyclinic Atrijum has a digtal universal RTG apparatus where patients can perform, in addition to standard images, and searches where fluoroscopy (diascopy) is used, in which the state of internal organs of patients is monitored in real time, and especially if the contrast is applied it helps to differentiate the internal organs from one another, which provides a better and better quality analysis of the information received. Radiological procedures performed in our radiological diagnostic center are all types of standard and special bone and joint imaging, thoracic imaging, fluoroscopy (diascopy), and internal organs of thorax and abdomen with oral and intravenous contrast media.

In addition to the RTG apparatus, we also have a computerized tomography (CT) apparatus, which enables the recording of all human body systems (head, chest, abdomen and extremities).

The principle of operation of the CT device is based on the weakening and attenuation of X-rays that pass through the recordings of a part of the body. After passing through the tissues of different organs, the weakened radiation falls on detectors that convert it into electrical signals proportional to the attenuation of the recorded object. From a series of such projections that occurred during the rotation of RTG tubes and detectors, complex mathematical algorithms with the help of a computer reconstructs the image of the object and displays in the form of an image file on the computer monitor of the CT device.

In polyclinic Atrijum you have option for diagnostic:

  • X-RAY
  • CT
  • MAMOGRAPHY

CT diagnostic

  • BRAIN CT
  • CT OF L/S SPINE
  • CT OF CERVICAL SPINE
  • CT OF THORACIC SPINE
  • CT OF ORBIT
  • CT OF PYRAMID OF TEMPORAL BONES
  • CT OF THORACIC ORGANS
  • CT OF LITTLE PELVIS
  • CT OF HYPOPHYSIS
  • CT OF BOTH HIPS
  • ELBOW CT
  • CT OF HAND
  • CT OF BOTH KNEES
  • CT OF SHOULDER
  • CT OF BOTH ANKLE JOINTS
  • CT OF FOOT

X-RAY diagnostic

  • X-ray OF THORACIC ORGANS ( in one projection )
  • X-ray OF THORACIC ORGANS ( in two projections )
  • X-ray OF CRANIUM
  • X-ray OF SINUS
  • X-ray OF MASTOID
  • X-ray OF CERVICAL SPINE ( in one projection )
  • X-ray OF CERVICAL SPINE ( in two projections )
  • X-ray OF THORACIC SPINE ( in one projection )
  • X-ray OF THORACIC SPINE ( in two projections )
  • X-ray OF L/S SPINE ( in one projection )
  • X-ray OF L/S SPINE ( in two projections )
  • X-ray OF THE SHOULDER JOINT
  • X-ray OF UPPER ARM
  • X-ray OF ELBOW
  • X-ray OF FOREARM
  • X-ray OF HAND (one hands)
  • X-ray OF SACROILIAC JOINTS
  • X-ray OF HIPS
  • X-ray OF UPPER LEG
  • X-ray OF KNEE
  • X-ray OF LOWER LEG
  • X-ray OF ANKLE JOINT
  • X-ray OF FEET
  • X-ray OF ABDOMEN (native contrast)
  • X-ray OF URINARY TRACT (native contrast)
  • INTRAVENOUS UROGRAPHY
  • MICCION CYSTORETROGRAPHY
  • X-ray OF PELVIS
  • FARINGOEZOFAGOGRAPHY (X-ray OF PHARYNX AND ESOPHAGUS)
  • X-ray OF GASTRODUODENUM
  • X-ray OF ENTEROGRAPHY (SMALL COLON)
  • IRIGOGRAPHY
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