Do oncoscreening in Kiev To successfully and effectively treat cancer, including asymptomatic ones, an early diagnosis of neoplasms is needed – oncoscreening. The result of a CT scan: an accurate diagnosis with a detailed identification of even the most microscopic tumor, its stage, location, contours, sizes, and metastasis. CT procedure is the fastest, absolutely painless, very informative diagnostic method. You can do a CT scan of the whole body – after you are given a three-dimensional image of the whole organism. Time: from 40 to 60 minutes (with contrast) Preliminary preparation: needed Presence of contraindications: severe stages of diabetes mellitus, renal and heart failure, allergy to iodine. Restrictions: allergic reaction to contrast, young children, pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight over 150kg Preparation time for the conclusion: 30-50 minutes. We have highly qualified professionals who love you and therefore are ready to conduct everything at the highest level. The purpose of the CT scan is oncoscreening:
  1. 1. To identify cancer in the early stages, to determine the location of the tumor, its size, the spread of metastases;
  2. 2. To identify cancer in the early stages, to determine the location of the tumor, its size, the spread of metastasis .:
  3. • light;
  4. • liver;
  5. • pleura;
  6. • gall bladder;
  7. • stomach;
  8. • pancreas;
  9. • spleen;
  10. • kidneys;
  11. • adrenal glands;
  12. • pelvic organs;
In women, the following are scanned:
  1. • mammary gland;
  2. • uterus;
  3. • appendages;
  4. • bladder.
In men, the following are scanned:
  1. • prostate;
  2. • reproductive organs
  3. • bladder.
Indications for CT oncoscreening
  1. • heredity;
  2. • age over 45 years;
  3. • the presence of bad habits;
  4. • “harmful” profession;
  5. • constant stress;
  6. • unexplained sharp weight loss;
  7. • visible or palpable tumors on the body;
  8. • constant poor health;
  9. • assessment of ongoing therapy.
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How is the oncoscreening CT procedure

The patient is laid on his back on a movable table of the tomograph, remains in the office alone. With a radiologist, communication occurs through the speakerphone. The table begins to move, the frame with the X-ray tube and sensors rotates, scanning the body, starting from the neck and ending in the middle of the hips. Information is transmitted to a computer, processed by a special program, displaying a three-dimensional image of the whole organism on the screen. The procedure does not cause the patient any pain or discomfort.

The introduction of a contrast medium (bolus)

CT with contrast is prescribed to improve the visualization of neoplasms that accumulate an iodine-containing drug. On CT scans, cancer is immediately visible, tumor borders, sizes, and also possible metastases are visible. A bolus is injected into the patient’s vein by an anesthetist. Indications for bolus management: Identification of tumors, clarification of their localization, malignancy. Contraindications for the introduction of contrast The main contraindications for contrasting:
  1. • allergy to iodine;
  2. • severe forms of diabetes and asthma;
  3. • pregnancy and lactation.
Indications for CT scan

What are the risks of CT oncoscreening?

An oncological examination is carried out on modern high-precision equipment that scans the body using a minimum amount of radiation.

How to prepare for CT oncoscreening

In the case of contrast, the following preparations are required:
  1. • Do not eat or drink anything for 6 hours before the procedure;
  2. • come for examination in comfortable clothes;
  3. • take off all the metal (glasses, jewelry, dentures, etc.).
Getting Results After studying and analyzing the obtained images, the radiologist will describe them and give them to the patient along with digital copies of the images. In our office, anyone can undergo a prophylactic CT scan of an entire body oncoscreen to rule out cancer problems. With early detection of a neoplasm, the chances of a full recovery are greatly increased.