Nuclear medicine is an imaging test performed using low amounts of radioactive material in order to diagnose, determine the stage and plan the treatment of various diseases. The dose of radioactive substances used is low enough to be used even in newborns.

In the Nuclear Medicine Departments of IstHealth Health Group, diagnosis and treatment of almost all diseases of the body system is carried out. Although scintigraphic imaging can be performed for each organ, treatment of certain diseases such as tumors, especially thyroid diseases, can also be performed. Examinations provide detailed information about the structure and functions of the organs.

Interests of the Department of nuclear medicine:
Oncological diseases
Detection, staging and spread of tumors

Cancerous bones

Heart diseases
Coronary artery diseases

Hypertension diseases

By-Pass

Kidney transplant patients

Lung diseases
Blood clots in the lung

Neurological diseases
Brain vessel blockages

Diagnosis of paralysis

Dementia diagnosis

Diagnosis of epilepsy (sara)

Kidney diseases
Urinary leakage (reflux) in the kidney)

Kidney infections

Urinary tract obstruction

Orthopedic diseases
Hidden bone fractures

Bone infections

Other diseases
Goiter diseases

Imaging of different tumors

Gallbladder diseases

Intestinal bleeding

Various diseases of the esophagus and stomach

Latent infection

Lymph tract infection

Salivary glands

Nuclear Medicine