Radiology

Radiology

Services

  • X-ray

    • Hip X-ray

      €16–€149
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      Hip X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging for the visualization of the hip joint and the primary diagnostics of its pathologies (e.g. arthrosis or fracture).

    • Paranasal sinus radiography

      €12–€99
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      Paranasal sinus radiography is a method of diagnostic imaging to diagnose sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavities).

    • Mammography (mammogram)

      €14–€136
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      Mammography is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to diagnose breast cancer.

    • Lumbosacral spine X-ray

      €15–€110
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      Lumbosacral spine X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging for the primary diagnostics of the pathologies of the lumbosacral vertebrae (e.g. degeneration of the intervertebral discs).

    • Knee joint X-ray

      €14–€105
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      Knee joint X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging for the visualization of the knee joint and the primary diagnostics of its pathologies (e.g. arthrosis or fracture).

    • Chest X-ray (CXR)

      €12–€110
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      Chest X-ray is the most common radiological method of diagnostic imaging. This method which enables to visualize the chest region, can be used for diagnosing lung-related problems, such as pneumonia, tuberculosis or tumor.

    • Dental radiography

      €4–€40
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      Dental radiography or dental X-ray is a simple and informative method of diagnostic imaging used for planning dental treatment and evaluating its effectiveness. Dental radiography enables to assess the structure of a tooth and the condition of its surrounding tissues. Radiography helps to evaluate the depth and extent of caries, diagnose dental developmental anomalies, and assess the condition of bone tissue in case of parodontosis or periodontitis. Dental radiography gives a small radiation dose.

    • Panoramic dental X-ray

      €10–€107
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      Panoramic dental X-ray is a simple and informative method of diagnostic imaging used for planning dental treatment and evaluating its effectiveness. Panoramic dental X-ray provides a detailed image of the structure of the teeth and their surrounding tissue. Nowadays many different panoramic dental X-ray programs are used to adjust the shooting angle so that only a specific region or all the teeth are visualized, depending on the aim of the procedure. X-ray helps to plan the insertion of an implant, evaluate the depth and extent of caries, diagnose dental developmental anomalies, and assess the condition of bone tissue in case of parodontosis or periodontitis. Panoramic dental X-ray gives a small radiation dose.

    • 3D X-ray of the maxilla or mandible

      €40–€341
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      Ordinary X-ray gives a two-dimensional image, but 3D X-ray enables to construct a spatial image of the head, bringing forth all the anatomical structures that have to be taken into account when planning treatment procedures. During 3D X-ray, hundreds of image layers are registered from the region of interest from different angles. From this data, a 3D image is constructed in the computer. This procedure facilitates the designing of implants, planning of surgeries, diagnosing serious diseases, and assessing dental occlusion, the condition of tissues around the tooth and the health of the temporomandibular joints. Depending on the aim of the study, it is possible to visualize both maxilla and mandible, only one of them or only half of one. 3D X-ray gives a somewhat higher radiation dose than dental radiography.

    • 3D X-ray of half of the maxilla or mandible

      €9–€219
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      Ordinary X-ray gives a two-dimensional image, but 3D X-ray enables to construct a spatial image of the head, bringing forth all the anatomical structures that have to be taken into account when planning treatment procedures. During 3D X-ray, hundreds of image layers are registered from the region of interest from different angles. From this data, a 3D image is constructed in the computer. This procedure facilitates the designing of implants, planning of surgeries, diagnosing serious diseases, and assessing dental occlusion, the condition of tissues around the tooth and the health of the temporomandibular joints. Depending on the aim of the study, it is possible to visualize both maxilla and mandible, only one of them or only half of one. 3D X-ray gives a somewhat higher radiation dose than dental radiography.

    • 3D X-ray of both maxilla and mandible

      €50–€487
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      Ordinary X-ray gives a two-dimensional image, but 3D X-ray enables to construct a spatial image of the head, bringing forth all the anatomical structures that have to be taken into account when planning treatment procedures. During 3D X-ray, hundreds of image layers are registered from the region of interest from different angles. From this data, a 3D image is constructed in the computer. This procedure facilitates the designing of implants, planning of surgeries, diagnosing serious diseases, and assessing dental occlusion, the condition of tissues around the tooth and the health of the temporomandibular joints. Depending on the aim of the study, it is possible to visualize both maxilla and mandible, only one of them or only half of one. 3D X-ray gives a somewhat higher radiation dose than dental radiography.

    • Wrist X-ray

      €33–€105
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      Wrist X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the wrist joint. It is used as the primary method to diagnose fractures of the wrist joint and the lower end of the radius and ulna. Wrist X-ray is also used to assess other changes in the joint and bony structures such as arthrosis and bone tumors.

    • Shoulder X-ray

      €20–€133
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      Shoulder X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the shoulder joint. It is used as the primary method to diagnose diseases and assess bony changes in the upper humerus, upper scapula and the outermost end of the clavicle (arthrosis, dislocation or fracture).

    • X-ray of the thoracic spine

      €24–€105
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      Thoracic spine X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the thoracic spine (thoracic vertebrae). It is used as the primary method to diagnose spine pathologies such as injuries, tumors and age-related changes or arthrosis.

    • Ankle X-ray

      €33–€105
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      Ankle X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the ankle joint. It is used as the primary method to visualize bony structures and diagnose diseases of the ankle joint (arthrosis, bony changes or fracture).

    • Calcaneus X-ray

      €33–€105
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      Calcaneus X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the heel and calcaneus (heel bone). It is used as the primary method to assess bony changes in the calcaneus and diagnose diseases (dislocation or fracture).

    • Foot X-ray

      €20–€133
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      Foot X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the foot and metatarsus. It is used as the primary method to assess the bony structures of the foot and diagnose diseases (arthrosis, bony changes or fracture).

    • X-ray of the cervical spine

      €24–€105
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      Neck X-ray is a radiological method of diagnostic imaging to assess the condition of the cervical (neck) region of the vertebra. It is used as the primary method to diagnose vertebra injuries, overload and age-related arthritic changes.