Computer tomography

Multispiralcomputed tomography – The most modern method of radiology to visualize diagnose structural changes in internal tissues and organs, as well as functional systems of the body.This method allows the doctor to correctly determine the diagnosis of the patient and prescribe an effective treatment tactics.
With the help of MSCT following organs are examined:
• Brain;
• ENT organs;
• Chest cavity (heart, coronary arteries, trachea, lungs, bronchi, esophagus and so on);
• Abdominal cavity (liver, kidney, intestine, gallbladder, stomach, pancreas, and so on);
• Small pelvis (ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, vagina, prostate, bladder and so on);
• The locomotor system (spine, joints).

  • MSCT of facial skull
  • MSCT of brain
  • MSCT of neck structures
  • MSCT of chest
  • MSCT of abdominal cavity
  • MSCT of adrenal glands
  • MSCT of temporal bones (inner ear)
  • MSCT of lumbar spine
  • MSCT of limbs (within 2 joints)
  • MSCT of pelvis
  • MSCT of brain (children up to 2 years)
  • MSCT of brain with contrast
  • MRI and MSCT of study of children
  • MSCT of neck structures with contrast
  • MSCT of chest with contrast
  • MSCT of abdominal cavity with contrast
  • MSCT of paranasal sinus with contrast
  • MSCT of limbs with contrast (within 2 joints)
  • MSCT of pelvis with contrast
  • MSCT of brain (children under 2 years) with contrast
  • MSCT additional picture (duplicate film)
  • MSCT of paranasal sinus

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  • Dr. Jasur Khusankhodjayev

    Head of department, Radiologist

  • Dr. Khusniddin Nazarov


АдминистраторComputer tomography