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Adult care

Diagnostic assessments are the cornerstone of effective treatment: before determining the best course of action, a doctor must first accurately diagnose the issue. This involves a thorough understanding of the patient's specific concerns and overall health status. A range of diagnostic techniques supports this process: from fundamental blood tests, ultrasonic imaging that reveals the inner workings of body organs, to more advanced procedures such as biopsies and interventional radiology.

We partner with top-tier laboratories nationally and internationally to offer over 1000 cutting-edge tests, encompassing everything from comprehensive blood, urine, and stool analyses to screenings for bacteria, viruses, allergens, and intricate evaluations of genetic and pathological tissue.

Our hospital is equipped with the most advanced ultrasound technology. With each advancement, these machines provide more detailed images and precise measurements of bodily tissues, significantly improving the accuracy of diagnoses. The use of Color Doppler technology is particularly important for evaluating blood flow through the arteries and veins, an essential aspect for the early detection of any constrictions or dilations within the blood vessels. Doppler ultrasounds are especially useful for detecting thrombosis, the formation of blood clots in veins—serving as a preventative step to circumvent major health issues.

At Sava Memorial, we provide detailed ultrasound exams for specific organs, as well as comprehensive packages that include imaging for multiple related organs in one session.

A diagnostic procedure that examines the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. It is conducted as a preventative measure or, upon a physician's recommendation, in response to specific symptoms.

An optical examination of the colon. It is performed as a preventive screening or, upon a doctor's advice, in response to certain symptoms.

This involves diagnostic procedures used to inspect the bladder and the urethra. They are typically conducted in an outpatient setting with the patient under local anesthesia for comfort.

1. Comprehensive blood, urine, stool, and hormone analyses
2. Tumor markers
3. Serology – viral
4. Serology – bacterial
5. Parasite serology
6. Microbiological analyses
7. Food intolerance testing
8. Allergen testing
9. Cytogenetics
10. Molecular genetics
11. Mycology
12. Pathohistology
13. Semen analysis
14. Cancer genetics (Oncogenetics)
15. Prenatal maternal testing
1. Penile color Doppler ultrasound (PGE)
2. Scrotal ultrasound
3. Transrectal ultrasound of the prostate
4. Scrotal ultrasound with color Doppler
5. Color Doppler ultrasound of the arm blood vessels
6. Color Doppler ultrasound of the leg blood vessels
7. Color Doppler ultrasound of the abdominal aorta with visceral branches
8. Color Doppler ultrasound of the neck blood vessels
9. Color Doppler ultrasound of the renal arteries
10. Thyroid ultrasound and specialist examination
11. Breast ultrasound
12. Ultrasound of the abdomen and thyroid gland
13. Ultrasound of the thyroid gland and breasts
14. Ultrasound of the thyroid gland, abdomen, and breasts
15. Ultrasound of the musculoskeletal system and soft tissues
16. Reevaluation of existing findings by a specialist in radiology and nuclear medicine
1. Needle biopsy of the thyroid gland, prostate, or bone tumors
2. Ultrasound-guided injections
3. Venous Access Port Placement