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Diagnostics

The patients are referred to diagnostic radiology examinations in order to determine different types of inflammatory diseases: such as pneumonia, arthritis, tuberculosis, degenerative changes in the bones and joints, spine, and disc hernia, changes in blood vessels; in order to find tumours at their initial stage and rare diseases, the diagnostics of which requires advanced modern technologies. In acute cases of blood circulation disorders in the brain or other organs, injuries. In general, in order to help the patients to become healthy.

Mammography and breast ultrasonography is performed as prophylaxis within the framework of cancer screening programme, in order to discover breast cancer at an early asymptomatic stage. In all of the cases when the doctor has suspicions regarding the changes in tissues, examinations are started with relatively simple methods such as roentgenography and ultrasonography, while in order to specify the pathology it is necessary to perform computed tomography or magnetic resonance. The patients may be referred to state-paid magnetic resonance examinations by the secondary care doctor only.

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Where to find?

 

In-patient Department “Biķernieki”

Department of Diagnostic Radiology

Department of Diagnostic Radiology

In-patient Department “Latvian Infectology Centre”

Department of Diagnostic Examination

In-patient Department “Gaiļezers”

Department of Emergency Radiology

Department of Invasive Radiology

Department of Diagnostic Radiology

Department of Invasive Radiology

Department of Emergency Radiology

Centre for Laboratory Medicine

Department of Endoscopy

In-patient Department “Latvian Oncology Centre”

Department of Diagnostic Radiology

Clinical Department of Nuclear Medicine

Clinic of Therapeutic Radiology and Medical Physics

In-patient Department “Centre of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases”

Department of Diagnostic Radiology

Department of Functional Diagnostics

Diagnostic Radiology Centre

Diagnostic Radiology Centre

Last update: 2016.06.13 - 13:05