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Radiology is a branch of medicine that studies the use of radiation methods for the diagnosis, evaluation and development of treatment plans for diseases. Radiology specialists use various imaging techniques to create and interpret images of tissues, organs and structures, providing patients with accurate diagnosis and optimal treatment methods. Radiology is one of the fastest growing fields in medicine, recognized as essential for providing accurate diagnosis and individually appropriate treatment. With the development of new medical imaging equipment and the creation of new diagnostic methods, the role of radiology specialists is becoming increasingly important. Radiology plays an important role in saving patients’ lives, treating their diseases, and also makes a significant contribution to research and academic activities.

Among the various imaging methods used in radiology, the most common are X-ray, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT). They are used to diagnose and monitor various diseases depending on their characteristics. X-rays are used to detect fractures, lung diseases, joint abnormalities, etc., and ultrasound is used to visualize and evaluate the structure of clinically damaged areas or organs. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is useful for a detailed assessment of the structure and function of the brain, spinal cord, joints and other areas, and computed tomography (CT) provides high-quality images of the skeletal system, blood vessels and internal organs.

Our radiology specialists perform accurate diagnostics and develop treatment plans through the use of these imaging methods. They are well versed in the interpretation of images, identifying features and important signs of the disease in the image in order to give the patient an accurate diagnosis. This allows doctors to detect diseases at an early stage and make accurate treatment plans. In addition, they collaborate with other medical professionals to improve the health of patients and help in the prevention and treatment of diseases through interaction with medical personnel. We use the latest technologies and knowledge to take responsibility for the health of our patients and provide high-quality medical services. We continue to work hard on continuous research and innovative approaches to developing new imaging technologies and improving diagnostic methods.

Ishchanova Raushan Asylkhanovna

Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, kidneys, adrenal glands, Ultrasound of the mammary, thyroid, salivary and thymus glands, Ultrasound of soft tissues, lymph nodes, Ultrasound of the prostate gland (transabdominal and transrectal (Transrectal US)), scrotum, bladder, Ultrasound of the pelvic organs in women and girls (transabdominal and transvaginal (TVI)), ltrasound in obstetrics, Dopplerography of uteroplacental blood flow, pubic articulation, Ultrasound of pleural cavities, Ultrasound Dopplerography (USDG) of vessels (arteries and veins) of the abdominal cavity, vessels (arteries and veins) of the upper and lower extremities, brachiocephalic vessels (BCS), Echocardiography (adults), Ultrasound of the musculoskeletal system (shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, ankle joints, hand and foot joints)

Smirnova Anastasia Valeryevna

X-ray examinations in children and adults with a detailed description of radiographs, X-ray densitometry, If necessary, the analysis of radiography data in conjunction with other methods of radiation diagnostics(US, CT).