Radiology is a department in which many diseases are diagnosed with the help of various medical devices. Devices used in our radiology department;
X-ray (X-Ray)

It is the most frequently used device in the diagnosis of bone and lung diseases.
X-ray is used.
It is often used in the diagnosis of breast diseases.
It is also preferred as a screening tool after the age of 40.
X-ray is used.
Bone Densitometry
It is often used in the diagnosis of osteoporosis. It measures bone density.
X-ray is used.
Computed Tomography (CT),
It is used to diagnose diseases of the whole body.
The sectional view of the body is removed.
X-ray is used.
Devices that work with Sound Waves
Devices working with radiofrequency waves
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
It is used to diagnose diseases of all body structures, especially brain and muscle-ligament structures.
Apart from this, it is also widely used in abdominal organs.
MR angiography is a frequently used method for the demonstration of vascular diseases.
It may be inconvenient to use in cases with foreign body in the body.
The most commonly used medical device for the diagnosis of disease of the organs for the abdomen.
It is also used in pregnancy follow-up, has no harm.
Color Doppler Ultrasonography
It is used in the diagnosis of vascular diseases.
The blood supply of many organs is also evaluated.
It is also used in pregnancy.
Computed Tomography (CT) and Technical Information
The review itself is completely painless. During the examination, the patient is asked to lie on the IT device's desk without moving. Depending on the type of examination to be performed, the patient may be injected with contrast material from the arm vessels, or may also be asked to drink contrast material. This part of the examination may be a little uncomfortable for the patient. Contrast agents contain iodine, and can cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Before the examination, the patient must inform the technician or radiologist whether he has previously had an allergic reaction to such substances and, if any, his allergy to other substances. The patient may have been given contrast agent in a previously performed CT examination, kidney examination called IVP, or catheterization of the heart and vessels, also called angiography. BT devices use X-rays. It is designed in the best way for the safety of the patient and it is manufactured in such a way that the amount of radiation exposed during the examination is at the minimum required. Since X-rays can damage the developing fetus in the womb, the patient should inform the doctor or technician about the pregnancy before starting the examination preparation.