dna and oncology

DNA and Oncology

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a carrier of genetic information about a person, written in the form of a complex code that contains information about our individual heredity. Every year on September 3, such an event as the discovery of the uniqueness of DNA is celebrated. It was on this day in 1984 that the British…

Sciatic Bone X-ray

Sciatic bone x-ray is a method of radiographic examination of the bone and surrounding tissues to obtain black-and-white images. It is used to visualize the sciatic bone, its location and internal structure, relationships with other pelvic bones, partly allows you to judge the state of the pelvic organs. It is used in the diagnosis of…

Iliac X-ray

Iliac x-ray is a method of non-invasive examination based on the ability of tissues to absorb X-rays to varying degrees, followed by fixing the degree of its attenuation and obtaining black-and-white images. It is used to visualize the iliac bone, its parts and structure as a whole, to determine the internal structure and compliance of…

pelvic x-ray

Pelvic X-ray

Pelvic x-ray is an radiography examination that allows you to assess the condition of the iliac, pubic and sciatic bones, sacrum, coccyx and hip joints. In traumatology, it is carried out when a pelvic fracture and osteomyelitis are suspected, in gynecology it is used to identify a narrow obstetric pelvis. In other branches of medicine,…

ribs x-ray

Ribs X-ray

Ribs x-ray in traumatology is prescribed if a fracture of one or two ribs is suspected. In case of multiple fractures, a sighting is usually performed in combination with a chest X-ray. At the same time, an overview image makes it possible to assess the condition of all the organs of the chest, exclude or…

scapula x-ray

Scapula X-ray

Scapula x-ray in traumatology is prescribed for suspected fractures of the scapula of various localization (fracture of the body, angles, spine, anatomical and surgical neck, etc.). Standard examination is performed in two projections (straight and lateral). For radiography, the shoulder blades in a direct projection of the patient are placed on their back. At the…

clavicle x-ray

Clavicle X-ray

Clavicle x-ray in traumatology is prescribed if a fracture, dislocation of the acromial or sternal end of the clavicle is suspected. A standard study is performed in a single (direct) projection. For radiography, the patient is placed on his back or on his stomach. In case of fractures of the clavicle with displacement, the image…

sternum x-ray 

Sternum X-ray

Sternum x-ray in traumatology is indicated if a fracture of the sternum is suspected. Standard examination is performed in oblique and lateral projection. Direct projection is usually not used due to the imposition of intense shadows of the mediastinum and thoracic spine. The oblique picture is taken in a position on the stomach with a pillow…