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Based on various degrees of absorption of x-rays by human tissues, the x-ray method of radiation diagnostics has long and firmly taken its place among non-invasive (that is, non-penetrating inside a person) methods of studying the state of human internal organs.

With the passage of x-ray radiation through the bone and soft tissues of the body, having a different structure and density, in each of the areas a different part of the radiation flux is lost. As a result, when the beam reaches the detector, its various sections are illuminated with different intensities, which, after the development or reading of digital information from the detector, allows you to get a clear internal picture of the investigated body area.

What diseases can be detected by x-ray method of radiation diagnosis

In modern radiation diagnostics, a large number of research methods are used to diagnose more than two thousand different diseases. Along with magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound and radionuclide diagnostics, the X-ray method for studying the internal organs of a person allows you to establish or supplement about 80 percent of all clinical diagnoses.

Having a sparing effect on human organs and tissues, the procedure of modern radiological examination is virtually harmless to the patient, in addition, it is one of the fastest and most inexpensive.

To conduct an X-ray examination of the patient, practically no preparation is required for the procedure. The examinee only needs to free the area of the body from clothes and other objects. The list of contraindications to it is also very small. It is not recommended to undergo procedures related to x-ray radiation to pregnant women, as well as young children without special need.

All types of x-ray studies are carried out with maximum comfort for the patient. The presence of modern programs helps to minimize the patient's radiation dose during radiography and fluoroscopy. And the advanced capabilities of processing radiographs allow you to avoid additional sighting shots.

Fully digital x-ray equipment allows you to:

  • immediately place the patient correctly and do not redo the poor-quality image, i.e. Do not expose the patient to repeated exposure;
  • use extremely low radiation doses to obtain high-quality images.

In K + 31, all types of studies of the organs of the chest, gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary and osteoarticular systems are carried out. It is possible to perform diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures under the control of fluoroscopy, as well as fistulography.


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Dmitry Sergeyevich

Head of the diagnostic center, radiologist

Valentine Evgenyevich

Chief Consultant in Radiation Diagnostics, Radiologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD, professor

Yulia Nikolaevna

Radiologist, leading specialist in radiation diagnostics


Kirill Borisovich

Leading Consultant in Radiology, Radiologist

Michael Lvovich

Mammologist, radiologist, ultrasound diagnostician


Eugene Igorevich

Leading neuroradiologist in MRI and CT diagnostics

Eugene Valerevich

Leading CT Specialist, MRI

PhD, leading research fellow

Irina Yuryevna

Leading MRI Specialist

Leading expert MNIOI them. P.A. Herzen

Tatyana Vladimirovna

Oncologist-mammologist, radiologist


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