Dermatological check-up includes examination of the skin, nails and hair, which can include bare eye examination, eye magnification with magnifying glass, light bulb, regular derma scope, derma scope with measurements and light.
Each person has an average of 20 to 40 moles on his body and face, some of whom we were born with, while the majority is caused by UV exposure during life. Moles can occur in all parts of the body and are usually brown, which is derived from melanin (pigment in the skin) can be of a different shape. Moles are mostly benign changes; however, in some cases they need to be surgically removed with the histopathology analysis. If a mole or other skin lesions are removed at an early stage, all cancerous cells are removed from the body and, once removed, they rarely reappear. Most moles are benign formations that do not represent any danger to health, but some still need attention. This refers to pigment changes that alter size, shape or color, that bleed, itch, become painful or occur after the age of twenty.
Dermatologist checkup will provide important information about the mole and its removal.
Removing warts (freezing skin’s surface with liquid nitrogen) is a painless and effective method of treatment. Warts usually occur under the influence of the virus. It is very important to come to an appointment with a dermatologist when first pin (of an infectious characteristics) occur, in order to avoid further spread to the other parts of the body.
Is also an option to remove changes with use of local anesthesia, which is injected under the lesion. After removing mole, it is possible to send sample to the PHD (histopathology) analysis where it is determined if the change is benign.
If you experiences any of the following side effects such as: tiredness, weight loss, excessive sweating, excess hunger, anxiety, rapid heart rate, excessive thirst or frequent urination then there may be a need for an examination with an internal endocrinologist. All patients need to bring all previous medical records (if any) and laboratory analyses.
Ultrasound is a diagnostic method that uses ultrasound waves to provide information on the structure, size and circulation of the thyroid gland. This is completely safe and painless method that does not bear any risk.
Nodule is the area of the gland which differs from the local parenchyma by its appearance and structure. According to various reports, nodules are detected in up to 40% of middle-aged women by ultrasound. With aging, the frequency equals in both sexes. Needle biopsy of the thyroid gland is a procedure that takes a small part of the thyroid tissue to be examined under a microscope and sets the final diagnosis in distinguishing benign from malignant changes on the thyroid gland. Suspicious or malignant are treated surgically, while other nodules should be followed in the period of 6-12 months.
If a patient experiences some of the symptoms such as pain in the joints and muscles, swelling, stiffness of the joints, redness or warmth of the joints, tiredness, rash or changes of the skin, there may be a need for an examination with a rheumatologist. All patients need to bring all previous medical records (if any) and laboratory analyses.
If a patient experiences some of the symptoms such as difficulty while swallowing, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite or weight loss, there may be a need for and check-up with the gastroenterologist. All patients need to bring all previous medical records (if any) and laboratory analyses.
Gastroscopy is an endoscopic procedure that examines upper parts of the digestive system (esophagus, stomach and duodenal ulcer). It is performed in order to detect diseases of the digestive system, as well if a patient has symptoms such as nausea, stomach pain, bleeding, and diarrhea. The procedure is performed under analgosedation. During the procedure doctor can obtain small part of tissue for HP analysis. It is recommended that a patient comes with somebody to the procedure and does not drive car after the procedure. All preparation documents (before and after the procedure) will be given to each patient at the hospital desk.
Colonoscopy is an endoscopic procedure that examines colon and the end of the small intestine. It is recommended if a patient has symptoms such as pain in the stomach, fresh blood in the stool, chronic constipation or diarrhea. It is also used for an early detection of malignant tumor of the colon or to eliminate polyps. The procedure is performed under analgosedation. During the procedure doctor can obtain small part of tissue for HP analysis. It is recommended that a patient comes with somebody to the procedure and does not drive car after the procedure. All preparation documents (before and after the procedure) will be given to each patient at the hospital desk.
Polypectomy is a surgical procedure that mainly removes polyps from large intestine, but also for the entire gastrointestinal part. It is a painless method, which is recommended with endoscopic examination (gastroscopy or colonoscopy). Removed polyp is always sent to HP analysis in order to exclude malignancy.
After procedures, suspected tissue is taken for additional analysis. Results are available from 7-14th day.
Audiometry is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that examines hearing and determines the location and degree of hearing impairment. The examination is done as routine hearing or for the patients with registered hearing impairment. The examination is completely painless.
Tympanometry is a method that detects middle ear, which is located behind the eardrum. Eardrum is a thin tissue that separates the middle from outer ear. Tympanometry estimates the movement of the eardrum that occurs after changing the pressure in the ear.
OSTENIL is an isotonic solution of highly purified hyaluronate (sodium hyaluronate) developed specifically for the treatment of osteoarthritis. It contains 20mg/2ml sodium hyaluronate and is administered intra-articularly as a course of three to five weekly injections. The beneficial effects of OSTENIL develop gradually during a course of injections and persist for several months. Following a course of 3-5 injections, symptomatic improvement can be expected to last for up to 12 months.
One way of treating neuropathies (impairment of peripheral nerves) and neuralgia (pain caused by direct damage to the nerves) is to have blockade given by orthopedic surgeon. With this method, the drug is injected directly into the nerve or its immediate vicinity.
Relocating and fixating fractures and dislocations (bringing in anatomical position). The service includes reduction and fixation bandage. Immobilization is charged according to the price list.