- Abdominal ultrasonography;
- Ultrasound of the thyroid gland and epithelial cells;
- Musculoskeletal ultrasonography;
- Soft tissue ultrasonography;
- Pleural space ultrasonography;
- Gynecological and obstetric ultrasonography;
- Transrectal prostate ultrasonography;
- Testicular ultrasonography;
- Anal three-dimensional ultrasonography;
- Vascular ultrasonography – abdominal aorta, leg vein duplex, ultrasonography.
- Invasive ultrasonography:
Punctures of the thyroid gland, superficially localized structures, prostate gland and abdominal organs with subsequent cytological and histological morphological examination of the obtained material.
- Computed tomography of the head;
- Computed tomography of the vertebrae;
- Computed tomography of the bone joint system;
- Computed tomography of the soft tissues of the neck;
- Lung and mediastinal computed tomography;
- Laryngeal computed tomography;
- Abdominal and pelvic computed tomography;
- Computed tomography angiography – thoracic and abdominal aorta, pelvic and leg arteries, pulmonary arteries, neck and head arteries, renal arteries.
- For brain and spinal cord, incl. functional examinations – spectroscopy, tractor, cerebrospinal fluid dynamics, etc .;
- Magnetic resonance imaging of the spine;
- Magnetic resonance of the abdomen;
- Magnetic resonance of bile ducts – cholangiopancreatography
- Small pelvic magnetic resonance – gynecological and prostate;
- Magnetic resonance imaging of joints and soft tissues;
- Magnetic resonance angiography – head arteries, venous head angiography, abdominal aorta, renal arteries.
- X-rays:Esophageal examination;
- Examination of the stomach and duodenum;
- Examination of the colon – irrigoscopy;
- Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography;
- Defecography – functional examination of the rectum;
X-rays, X-rays, computed tomography and ultrasonography require a referral from a family doctor or specialist. Magnetic resonance imaging requires a referral from a specialist.
Electrocardiography (ECG). Echocardiographic examinations are performed in two ways – transthorocal echocardiography is performed non-invasively (EHO) and invasively, transiophageal echocardiographic manipulation (TEE) is performed by inserting the probe into the esophagus; Stress echocardiography; Holter monitoring of the heart (24, 48, or 72 hours) and 24-hour blood pressure monitoring; Bicycle ergometry (VELO);
Nervous system examinations
- Neurometry, electromyography (EMG), neurography. Nerve and muscle ultrasonography is used as an additional examination method for EMG. Electroencephalography (EEG) is used to record brain potential;
Long-term video electroencephalography (VIDEO EEG), examination time on average four days;
Neurological examinations also include duplex scanning of arteries and veins in the blood vessels and extremities of the head;
Transcranial dopplerography with monitoring system.
Lung system examinations
- Bronchial dilation test;
- Body plethysmography;
- Diffusion capacity test.