Annual

check-up

  • For people after 40

  • For people before 40

This check-up is worked out for busy people. Specialists’ consultations, procedures and tests will be performed in the clinic.  

Steps

The program coordinator will sort out the schedule of check-up which is performed in 2 steps:

Step 1 - examinations: specialists’ consultations, procedures and laboratory tests (fasting). The check-up takes not more than 6 hours in a day.

Specialists’ consultations:

  • Female: ophthalmologist, gynecologist, psychiatrist/ psychotherapist, initial general practitioner's examination, mammologist.

  • Male: ophthalmologist, urologist, psychiatrist/ psychotherapist, initial general practitioner's examination.

Procedures and laboratory:

Female:

  • Low-dose CT lung, MSCT- densitometry of lumbar spine and femoral neck, ECG at rest, ECG at effort, abdominal ultrasound, ultrasound of thyroid gland, breast ultrasound, ultrasound of pelvic and retroperitoneal organs, mammography.

  • Blood tests: cell blood count+differential, sedimentation rate, glucose, cholesterol, cholesterol-HDL, cholesterol-LDL, triglycerides, protein total, creatinine, urea, phosphate inorganic, AST, ALT, GGT, alk. phosphatase,  bilirubin total, bilirubin direct, sodium/potassium/chloride, calcium, magnesium, TSH, T4 free, vitamin D, haemoglobin A1C.

  • Standard urine test with microscopy.

  • PAP smear, Bacteriology & Antibiogram.

  • Anti-HIV 1/2 + antigen p24, HBsAg, Anti-HCV total, Syphilis RPR.

Male:  

  • Low-dose CT lung, ECG at rest, ECG at effort, abdominal ultrasound, ultrasound of thyroid gland, ultrasound of pelvic and retroperitoneal organs, uroflowmetry.

  • Blood tests: cell blood count+differential, sedimentation rate, glucose, cholesterol, cholesterol-HDL, cholesterol-LDL, triglycerides, protein total, creatinine, urea, uric acid, AST, ALT, GGT, alk. phosphatase,  bilirubin total, bilirubin direct, sodium/potassium/chloride, PSA, PSA total, TSH, T4 free, vitamin D, haemoglobin A1C.

  • Standard urine test with microscopy.

  • Anti-HIV 1/2 + antigen p24, HBsAg, Anti-HCV total, Syphilis RPR.

Step 2 - conclusion: general practitioner follow-up consultation based on the tests’ results. This consultation is scheduled in a couple of days after step 1. The patient will receive a written medical report about the check-up with doctor’s advice or indications. This step takes 30 min.

Explanatory note:

All consultations, procedures and laboratory indicated in conclusion are to be paid additionally.

The price of the female program amounts to 3171 c.m.u., the price of the male program to 2391 c.m.u.*

* 1 c.m.u. = 1 EUR at the CB RF exchange rate.

This check-up is worked out for busy people. Specialists’ consultations, procedures and tests will be performed in the clinic.  

Steps

The program coordinator will sort out the schedule of check-up which is performed in 2 steps:

Step 1 - examinations: specialists’ consultations, procedures and laboratory tests (fasting). The check-up takes not more than 6 hours in a day.

Specialists’ consultations:

  • Female: ophthalmologist, gynecologist, psychiatrist/psychotherapist, initial general practitioner's examination, mammologist.

  • Male: ophthalmologist, urologist, psychiatrist/ psychotherapist, initial general practitioner's examination.

Procedures and laboratory:

Female:

  • Low-dose CT lung, ECG, abdominal ultrasound, ultrasound of thyroid gland, breast ultrasound, ultrasound of pelvic and retroperitoneal organs

  • Blood tests: cell blood count + differential, sedimentation rate, glucose, protein total, creatinine, urea, AST, ALT, GGT, alk. phosphatase,  bilirubin total, bilirubin direct, sodium/potassium/chloride, TSH, T4 free, vitamin D

  • Standard urine test with microscopy

  • PAP smear, bacteriology & Antibiogram

  • Anti-HIV 1/2 + antigen p24, HBsAg, Anti-HCV total, Syphilis RPR

Male:

  • Low-dose CT lung, ECG, abdominal ultrasound, ultrasound of thyroid gland, ultrasound of pelvic and retroperitoneal organ, uroflowmetry

  • Blood tests: cell blood count + differential, sedimentation rate, glucose, protein total, creatinine, urea, AST, ALT, GGT, alk. phosphatase,  bilirubin total, bilirubin direct, sodium/potassium/chloride, PSA, PSA total, TSH, T4 free, vitamin D

  • Standard urine test with microscopy

  • Anti-HIV 1/2 + antigen p24, HBsAg, Anti-HCV total, Syphilis RPR

Step 2 - conclusion: general practitioner follow-up consultation based on the tests’ results. This consultation is scheduled in a couple of days after step 1. The patient will receive a written medical report about the check-up with doctor’s advice or indications. This step takes 30 min.

Explanatory note:

All consultations, procedures and laboratory indicated in conclusion are to be paid additionally.

The price of the female program amounts to 2391 c.m.u., the price of the male program to 2091 c.m.u.

* 1 c.m.u. = 1 EUR at the CB RF exchange rate.

Questions

I am 36 years old. Thyroid gland ultrasound: topography: position is regular, the right lobe is enlarged W-24 mm, t-22 mm, l- 51 mm, the volume is 12.90 cm3, left lobe enlarged, W -23 mm, t-23 mm, l-56 mm, volume is 14,90 cm3, isthmus thickness is 5 mm, the total volume is 27.09 cm3, alignments are ( read more )

I am 36 years old. Thyroid gland ultrasound: topography: position is regular, the right lobe is enlarged W-24 mm, t-22 mm, l- 51 mm, the volume is 12.90 cm3, left lobe enlarged, W -23 mm, t-23 mm, l-56 mm, volume is 14,90 cm3, isthmus thickness is 5 mm, the total volume is 27.09 cm3, alignments are even, echostructure is inhomogenous, echogenicity is normal, focal masses are not seen, lymph nodes are not seen, conclusion; ultrasound signs of diffuse changes in the enlarged thyroid gland. TSH 2.10 mcIU/ml (normal range 0.30-4.00). The doctor prescribed Iodocomb 50/150 for 3 months. I have been taking the medicine for 2.5 months, but TG does not seem to diminish in size and I feel discomfort (it’s like a need to stretch my neck). Whether the treatment prescribed is correct? Are any additional tests needed? Should I have my thyroid gland diminished for those 2.5 months or it is too early to talk about it? Thank you! ( hide )

It's hard to advice any treatment by correspondence. The cause of the thyroid gland enlargement is still unclear based on the results provided. The most common cause is iodine deficiency and Iodocomb treatment is appropriate in this case. Another cause is a chronic autoimmune thyroiditis which requires different treatment. Endocrinologists at EMC will advise you and decide on ( read more )

It's hard to advice any treatment by correspondence. The cause of the thyroid gland enlargement is still unclear based on the results provided. The most common cause is iodine deficiency and Iodocomb treatment is appropriate in this case. Another cause is a chronic autoimmune thyroiditis which requires different treatment. Endocrinologists at EMC will advise you and decide on the types of treatment and necessary doses. ( hide )

11.11.2015

I am 53 years old, my weigh is 116 kg. In 1988, my metabolism was probably, disturbed following the first childbirth. I gained weight, and since then I have been trying to fight with it periodically. I eat a lot of sweets however glucose is now normal and it always was. With age, my legs and back ( read more )

I am 53 years old, my weigh is 116 kg. In 1988, my metabolism was probably, disturbed following the first childbirth. I gained weight, and since then I have been trying to fight with it periodically. I eat a lot of sweets however glucose is now normal and it always was. With age, my legs and back started to hurt me, it is hard to “move” myself. I have undergone an examination in the district hospital, but nothing special was found. What tests and examinations I should bring to the doctor to get a diagnosis and treatment? Thank you! ( hide )

Unfortunately, doctors not always can find the cause of excess weight. But this does not mean that there are ways to deal with it. Of course, it is not easy, but you definitely should try! At the first consultation it is desirable to have blood tests results, obtained no more than 6 months ago, total cholesterol, glucose, glycated hemoglobin. Notes in the diary of blood ( read more )

Unfortunately, doctors not always can find the cause of excess weight. But this does not mean that there are ways to deal with it. Of course, it is not easy, but you definitely should try! At the first consultation it is desirable to have blood tests results, obtained no more than 6 months ago, total cholesterol, glucose, glycated hemoglobin. Notes in the diary of blood pressure for 1-2 weeks are also important. Most likely, the doctor will arrange some additional examinations at visit, but everything is very individual and it's better to discuss all details with the doctor personally. You surely have to bring the results of previous all examinations with you. ( hide )

03.10.2015
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