Methods Of Diagnosis


Renography - technique , indications, patient preparation

Contents: 1. Contraindications 2. When appointed? 3. How to prepare? Radionuclide renografiya - a radiological method for detecting abnormalities and kidney research using radioactive marker that accumulates in these organs of the urinary system. Renography to evaluate kidney function, as well as the rate of urine excretion.The study is generally used to monitor clinical s...

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What is a sigmoidoscopy and how it is carried out ?

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? sigmoidoscopy is an endoscopic examination, during which examined the mucosal layer of the line, as well as the distal sigmoid colon.The survey is carried out using a special instrument called a sigmoidoscopy.This device is a tube equipped with a lighting, lenses and a device for air injection.The tube diameter of 2 cm, and the le...

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Invasive and non-invasive prenatal diagnosis

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? Prenatal diagnosis is a comprehensive pre-natal study, whose main goal is to detect the disease during fetal development.The survey reveals 98% of children with Down syndrome, approximately 99.9% of fetuses with Edwards syndrome, approximately 99.9% of children with Patau syndrome, more than 40% of children with developmental diso...

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Peak flow meter and the appointment of its main indicators

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? peak flow meter is a method of cross-functional study of the bronchi and upper respiratory tract.The procedure makes it possible to diagnose asthma, as well as to detect violations patency in small, medium and large bronchi, trachea at an early stage. peak flow meter is performed using a peak flow meter (...

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Platsentotsentez - indications and contraindications

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? Platsentotsentez - is invasive prenatal diagnosis, which is to obtain a sample of placental tissue by puncturing the anterior abdominal wall of a special thin needle puncture.Platsentotsentez help diagnose Down syndrome, Edwards, Patau and other chromosomal diseases accompanied by mental retardation or gro...

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The use of peak flow method for bronchial asthma

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? method of functional studies, with which you can calculate the maximum or peak expiratory flow rate of air, carried out by the patient, called a peak flow meter.This method helps to determine the level of narrowing of the bronchi in the home.Often, when a decrease in peak flow expiratory flow rate allows the patient to take action...

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Pyelography - antegrade and retrograde techniques

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? pyelography is an instrumental method of diagnosis, which allows you to obtain X-ray images of the ureters after a preliminary introduction to their clearance a special marker.This study is usually prescribed for urinary tract obstruction.This procedure is of two kinds - descending (antegrade) and rising (...

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Otoscopy - indications for examination and preparation of the patient

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? Otoscopy - this instrumental method of viewing the surface of the eardrum and ear canal using a special instrument (otoscope) or via a direct light source, refractometer and specula.During the otoscopy produce paracentesis (incision of the eardrum to clean the cavity of the middle ear exudate in acute puru...

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How is the survey by bone scan ?

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. Contraindications 3. How to prepare? Bone scan - a method of radionuclide study, which is based on the introduction into the body of the subject radiopharmaceutical followed by registration of its distribution in the skeleton.This method of skeletal survey can detect functional and structural changes, as well as pathological conditions at an ...

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When appointed , and how it's performed MRI of the joints ?

Contents: 1. When appointed? 2. How to prepare? 3. Contraindications Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is of great importance in the diagnosis of diseases of the joints.To carry out this procedure uses a strong magnetic radiation and radio waves, which enable to obtain high-quality image as a healthy portion and a patient.This procedure is assigned, as a rule, for the study:...

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