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Uzm. Dr. Elfi DİVANLI
Doç. Dr. Mehmet Sait DOĞAN
Prof. Dr. Erol AKGÜL
Uzm. Dr. Aysel ÖZ
Uzm. Dr. Sinan ŞAHİN
Uzm. Dr. Hamit Yücel BARUT

What is Radiology?

Radiology is one of the important specialties in medicine that provides imaging of the inside of the body to detect certain diseases. In order to make a comprehensive diagnosis in various injuries and diseases, it is necessary to use the devices in the Radiology department. It is evaluated by specialist doctors as a result of the determinations and examinations made in the radiology department. The area where radiological examinations and imaging devices are located in hospitals is called the Department of Radiology. Radiology department should be used for detailed examination of many health problems, especially cancer. At the same time, the Department of Radiology plays an important role in pregnancy follow-ups.

What Does a Radiology Specialist Mean?

Radiology Specialist; It is the professional title given to the person who follows the diseases of individuals in the diagnosis and treatment process in the field of radiology and performs radiological procedures for treatment purposes. Diagnosis is made by a specialist doctor in the field in question by performing tests together with the examination. Then, patients are treated in the field of radiology.

What Does a Radiology Specialist (Radiologist) Do?

Radiologists are doctors who read and interpret images of the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. These doctors must also have high knowledge of anatomy and pathology. Although radiologists can specialize in some branches of radiology, Radiology Specialists refer the imaging results and examination reports to the relevant doctors as a written diagnosis in a healthy way. Radiologists who specialize in their field also find appropriate imaging modalities for patients. Here, they take precautions to minimize radiation.

What diseases does radiology deals with?

  • Nervous system controls such as spine, spinal cord, brain, head, neck, waist, neuroradiology,
  • In imaging of abdomen, abdomen, breast, soft tissue lesions,
  • In the diagnosis of musculoskeletal and skeletal system diseases,
  • In the diagnosis of diseases that occur in the internal organs,
  • Diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases,
  • In the examination of gynecological and pediatric diseases,
  • In the diagnosis of bone and lung diseases,
  • For the examination of foreign bodies,
  • In the diagnosis of osteoporosis,
  • In injuries and emergency medicine,
  • In breast diseases,
  • It is used to monitor pregnancy.
  • Basically, the Radiology Unit is examined under two main headings;

Interventional radiology:

  • Varicose veins treatment (Endovenous laser ablation, EVLA or EVLT)
  • Thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysm (TAA, AAA) treatment
  • Treatment of arterial stenosis or occlusion
  • Treatment of Cerebrovascular Diseases
  • Biopsies and drains:
  • Tumor treatment
  • pain treatment

Diagnostic Radiology:

  • Magnetic Resonance (MR) -MR Spectroscopy
  • Ultrasonography (US) -Doppler US
  • Computed Tomography (CT)
  • Mammography Device
  • X-Ray Devices.