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    +994 (12) 404-83-10/11
  • Working hours
    Every weekday 08:00 - 20:00
  • Address
    Olympic str., 4A, Baku, Azerbaijan

Other examination methods

  • Base
  • Other examination methods
In our institute, a wide range of apparatus and laboratory examinations of our patients are applied. In our work, we apply optical analysis, stabilometric monitoring, monitor the performance of the heart and external respiratory organs, our specialists conduct serious radiological diagnostics. Complex examinations, in many cases, provide more valuable information than simple reviews.

A broad interdisciplinary approach is one of our undeniable advantages. Diagnosis is of great importance in the process of prescribing treatment and monitoring the results of therapy. We are equipped with modern high-tech equipment, which helps to assess the condition of our patients and forecast for the near and long term.
  • X-ray examination

    X-ray examination is one of the simplest and most popular radiological methods that helps diagnose a lot of diseases. Our institute is equipped with digital roentgenc instruments to perform any type of roentgenographic examinations. The exposure dose will be lower than in conventional roentgenography, while the quality of the image will be distinctly better. The results of the examination can be available on a film or on a disc. X-ray examination is performed in a special room in accordance with safety requirements and with the use of personal protective equipment. During the examination the patient can either stand near the desk or lie on the roentgen table; here everything depends on the area that will be examined. Some types of examination require special preparation.
    The examination helps detect the following symptoms and diseases:
    Foreign bodies;
    Inflammatory, traumatic, tumour diseases of the osteoarticular system;
    Lung diseases;
    Benign and malignant neoplasms in the mammary gland;
    Inflammatory and non-inflammatory diseases of the paranasal sinuses;
    Nephrolithiasis, abnormal development of urinary tracts;
    Assessment of the state of teeth, temporomandibular joints;
    Urgent X-ray diagnostics in case of acute surgical states (acute intestinal obstruction), etc.
    The procedure takes about 5-10 minutes including patient positioning, scanning and processing of results. Contrast examination of the abdominal cavity requires 2 days.
    The dose a patient is exposed to during digital examination is considerably lower than the film projection mode. However we have all personal protective equipment available.
    Radiography of the abdomen
    Contrast radiography of the stomach and duodenum
    General plain radiography of the abdomen
    Radiography of the pelvic bones in anteroposterior view
    Radiography of the femoral bone
    Radiography of the knee joint
    Radiography of the tarsus and metatarsus
    Radiography of the elbow joint
    Radiography of the sole
    Radiography of the ankle joint
    Radiography of the navicular carpal bone
    Radiography of the hand
    Radiography of the brachial zone
    Radiography of the surae
    Radiography of the fingers for orthodontic issues
    Radiography of the calcaneal bone
    Radiography of the hip joint in anteroposterior view
    Radiography of the shoulder
    Radiography of the thoracic cage in one view
    Radiography of the upper limb girdle
    Radiography of the diaphragm
    General plain radiography of the mammary gland in anteroposterior view
    Radiography of the thoracic cage in anteroposterior view
    Radiography, radioscopy of the thoracic cage
    Targeted radiography of the thoracic cage
    Radiography of the thoracic cage in lateral view
    General plain radiography of the mammary gland in oblique view
    Radiography of the thoracic spine
    Radiography of the sacrum
    Radiography of the lumbar spine
    Radiography of the cervical spine
    Radiography of the coccyx
    Radiography of the temporal bone
    Radiography of the sella turcica (Turkish saddle)
    Radiography of the mastoid
    Radiography of the черепа
    Radiography of the paranasal sinuses
    Radiography of the nasal bones
    Radiography of the shoulder joint
    Radiography of the elbow and wrist joints
    Radiography of the collar bone, ribs, acromial-rib bone joints
    Radiography of the iliac bone
    Radiography of the toes
    Radiography of the ischial bone
    Radiography of the fingers
    Radiography of the sacroiliac joint, shoulder and hip (large joints)

  • Electromyographic (EMG, ENMG) examination

    Electromyography is a method for assessing the condition of the peripheral nerves and muscle fibres in our body.

    Electromyography (EMG) is the most informative diagnostic method for numbness and weakness of the upper and lower extremities, with a decrease in muscle mass and muscle twitching.

    EMG shows the presence of damage to nerve and muscle fibres, as well as the extent of their damage. For this purpose, stimulation of certain points on the fingers and areas of the skin on the surface of nerve fibres is carried out, and from other specific points, these signals are analyzed using modern computer technology. Thus, the work of peripheral nerves is studied. Examination of muscle fibres is carried out by inserting a special sterile disposable needle into the muscle.

    The electromyographic examination is indicated in the following cases:

    - Injuries to nerve fibres (such as cutting a nerve from a traffic accident, etc.)

    - Nerve compression (carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.)

    - Diagnosis of radiculopathies, mainly associated with hernia of the cervical and lumbar spine

    - Consequences of diseases that disrupt the normal function of nerve fibres (diabetes mellitus, kidney disease, etc.),

    - To confirm the diagnosis of peripheral palsy of the facial nerve and its subsequent progression

    - Diagnostics of muscle and nervous diseases (myasthenia gravis, myopathy, etc.)

    -Diagnosis of muscle atrophy, diseases associated with progressive muscle weakness (moto neuron diseases, as well as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, etc.)