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Basic Check-Up Titles;

  • Cancer Screening

CEA
AFP
LDH
CA 125
CA 19-9
CA 15-3

7 types of Cancer Screening Tests are applied. These are the analysis for early diagnosis of cancer . They are tumor determinants. They determine the cancer and tumor formations in any part of the body (It determines Breast cancer, Intestinal Cancer, Lung Cancer, Throat, Stomach Cancer, Leucaemia, Uterine Cancer, etc.)

Calcium (Ca.)

Calcium Hyperparathyroidism, malign diseases, vitamin D intoxication, Paget disease, Paget disease (Bone Deformation), immobilization, thyrotoxicosis levels, osteoporosis, thyroid (Goiter) patients, renal impairment, hypomagnesemia, kidney function failures, etc.

  • Rheumatism Examinations

ASO (Anti-Steptolysin-O) ASO shows the past streptoccocus infection. It is a rheumatismal research test.
CRP (C-Reactive Protein)
CRP is one of the best determinants of the activation in the rheumatic diseases.
It shows the existence of the infection.

RF (Rheumatoid Factor)
RF Rheumatoid antritis diagnosis (Heart Rheumatism)

Sedimentation

Sedimentation; inflammatory diseases, rheumatic diseases, acute and chronic infections, malignancies, rheumatoid diseases

  • Infectious Diseases – Hepatitis

Anti HIV 1+2
HIV P24 antigen is determined 2 weeks after HIV 1+2 HIV (Aids) virus is entered into the body.

HIV P24 Antigen
It retrospectively determines HIVp24 Hiv 1-2 virus approximately 15-20 days. It is an early diagnosis test.

HBsAg
HbsAg test is performed for the qualitative determination of Hepatitis B antigen in human beings.

Anti-HBs
Anti-HBs is a quantitative test which shows the antibodies formed against HBsAg. HBs Vaccine control, immunity control.Anti-HCV
Anti-HCV (Hepatitis C Virus) is a qualitative test for the quantifier determination of the antibodies formed against HCV.
Anti HAV
It is a quantitative test to determine the antibodies formed against HAV (Hepatitis A).

  • Risk Factors

Hs-CRP (Sensitive CRP)
Hs-Crp; CRP increases over normal levels in case of several diseases which results in tissue damage, infection, or acute inflammation. High sensitive CRP measurements also determined the cardiovascular diseases. Heart attack and seizure risk determinant.

CK (Creatin Kinase)
CK-MB is used in acute heart attack (Acute Myocard infarction), muscle destruction diagnosis. It is added in risk cases.

Homocsyteine
Hyperhomocysteineminin is associated with increased ischemic heart disease, cerebrovascular attack, peripheral artery disease and deep vain trombosis risks. Neural tube defect and preeclampsia are the risk factors in pregnant. It provides early diagnosis for several important diseases such as vessel stiffness, thrombus, embolism, brain vessel blockage risks, heart diseases. Only few check-up companies perform this test consciously.

  • Anemia Screening – Complete Blood Count

(Hemogram 18 parameter) Peripheral Smear It includes total 18 Blood tests.

Blood analysis is one of the most demanded basic screening tests. It provides very important information regarding blood count symptoms, hematologic and other systems. Leucocytes (white blood cells) divides into two basic groups: Where granulocytes includes neutrophil, basophilic and eosinophilia, agranulocytes includes lymphocytes and monocytes.

The task of erythrocytes (red blood cells) is the transfer of oxygen from lung to body tissues and retransfer of carbon-dioxide from tissues to lungs.

Ferritin

Ferritin; is further valuable in the typology of anemia. It is used for the evaluation of iron deficiency anemia. It shows the fullness rate of the iron storages. It helps the diagnosis of thalassemia and chronic anemia.

Folic Acid Folic Acid; is used for the determination of folate deficiency.

Vitamin B12 Vit B12; in anemia and dysmnesia claims Vit B12 values decrease. Vit B12 is a determinat factor in Renal failure and Cardiac insufficiency.

Iron (Fe) It is used in the typology of anemia.

Iron Chelation (Fe B) Its level increases due iron deficiency anemia. It is evaluated together with iron.

  • Allergy Tests

Total IgE

Total IgE shows whether our body has an allergy against any food, dust or substance.

  • Thyroid Function Tests (Goiter)

Diagnosis of internal and external Goiter, Thyroid cancer and thyroid diseases, hormone balance.

FT3 (Free T3) It is used in the evaluation of FT3 Thyroid functions by separating authyroid (healthy), hypothyroid (low) and hyperthyroid (high) conditions.

FT4 (Free T4) FT4 is the physiologic active form of T4. It is a parameter preferred with TSH in thyroid failures.

Total T3 TT3 is the main form which shows the effect of T3 thyroid hormones on tissue.

Total T4 Total T4 is the basic hormone which produced from thyroid gland. It shows the thyroidal hormone secretion directly.

TSH - (Ultra Sensitive)

TSH Thyroid has an high uniqueness and sensitivity in evaluation of thyroid diseases. It plays a central role in the organization of the production of thyroid hormones.

  • Lipid (Fat) Profile

Lipids determine the fat and cholesterol rates.

Total Lipid It is composed of Cholesterol and Triglycerides.

Cholesterol Total

Cholesterol test helps in particular to evaluate atherosclerosis and the coronary artery disease. Cholesterol is a part og lipid profile.

Cholesterol HDL (Good Cholesterol)

Where the increased HDL levels are protective against heart diseases, high triglyceride levels with decreased HDl levels indicate the increasing risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Cholesterol LDL (Bad Cholesterol)

LDL is particularly used to determine the atherosclerosis and the coronary heart disease. High level of LDL - bad Cholesterol is highly associated with the risk of atherosclerosis and the coronary heart disease.

Cholesterol VLDL (Low Cholesterol)

VLDL cholesterol ( Very Low ) is a very low density type of cholesterol. It is not as dangerous as LDL Cholesterol.

Triglyceride (Blood Fats)

The increase of the levels of triglyceride and cholesterol are the risk factors of atherosclerosis. It is the main fat element of human plasma.

  • Biochemistry and Microbiology Analysis

Biochemistry tests are composed of analysis “Particularly Used in the Diagnosis of Internal Diseases”.

Uric Acid

Uric Acid; Gout Disease, renal impairment, alcoholism, leucemia, hunger, down syndrome, lead poisoning. It can increase during hard exercises and diets with high purine.

Sodium (Na)

Na; is the most important cation of extra-cellular fluid. It is used for the evaluation of the balance of fluid – electrolyte and acid – base. It provides the operation of muscle. It is important for the early diagnosis of blood pressure diseases.

Potassium (K)

Potassium is the main intracellular cation. It has a critic role for nerve and muscle activity. It is necessary for Acid Base electrolyte balance and blood pressure diseases.

Chloride (Cl)

Cl may increase during thirst, in Cushing syndrome, Diabetes Insipidus, respiratuary alkalosis, metabolic acidosis (as a result of a long period catharsis) and in some renal impairment diseases. Acid base and electrolyte balance.

Total Bilirubin

Total Bilirubin; the increase in serum bilirubin levels is observed when there is an extensive failure in erythrocyte or when the liver cannot discharge the bilirubin produced in normal levels. It results in yellowness of skin color.

Direct Bilirubin

Direct Bilirubin values increase in pancreatic cancer, ductus choledochus calculus and Dubin-Johnson Syndrome. Indirect Bilirubin
Indirect bilirubin values range parallel to total bilirubin values.

Total Protein

It decreases due to kidney syndrome where the protein loss increases, severe burnt, liver diseases, insufficient protein consumption. Its increased levels are observed in thirst and multiple myeloma. It is used in the follow-up of kidney and liver diseases.

Albumin

Albumin concentration increases due to acute and chronic inflammations, the decrease in the synthesis capacity of liver, nephrotic syndrome, the increase in loss of body surfaces such as in burnt, trauma, the decrease in plasma water concentration.

Globulin

Globulin; is used in the follow-up of kidney and liver diseases.

Blood Sugar (Glucose)

Glucose; Diabetes diagnosis, diabetes diseases. The evaluation of carbonhydrate metabolism.

HbA1C (Glucohemoglobin)

HbA1C shows the average glucose (sugar) value of three months. It is used fort he diagnosis of latent diabetes. It is added when preprandial blood glucose level is higher than 100 mg/dl.

Faeces Microscopy It is the analysis of faeces with microscope, the determination, diagnosis of parasites and ovum, worms and endoparasites, diagnosis of digestion inflammation and larvate bleeding, determination of the germs lead to catharsis.

Larvate Blood in Faeces (GGK)

GGK Larvate Bleeding is used in the diagnosis of diseases such as internal bleeding and gastric bleeding.

HPSA for STOMACH AND ULCER

(Helicobacter pylori)

It has been determined that this bacteria is the most important factor which plays a role in the formation of ulcer. The bacteria results in stomach ulcer both by decreasing the protective factors and increasing the strength of stomach acid. Individuals infected by H.pylori and having extensive gastric acid secretion carry high risks of stomach ulcer, stomach cancer and duedenal ulcer.

  •  Kidney Function Tests

Urea

Urea level increases in renal impairment. Its level decreases in low protein consumption, increased protein synthesis, severe liver failure and pregnancy.

Creatinin
The cases which creatinin level increases are renal impairment, muscle diseases, shock, dehydratation, hypertyroidizm, acromegaly and gigantysm and consumption of meat type foods; blood creatinin decreases due to the decrease in muscle mass, severe liver disease, insufficient protein consumption and pregnancy.

Complete Urine Analysis Complete Urine; diagnosis of urine sediment, sugar, protein, albumin, nitrite, ketone, urobilin, urobilinogen, PH, density, color, volume, inflammation, kidney and urinary tract disorders such as calculus and gravel.

EGFR

EGFR; is an analysis which measures the filtering capacity of kidneys.

 

  • Liver Function Tests

SGOT (AST)

SGOT; determines the damages occurred in heart, liver, skeletal, muscle, kidney, brain, pancreas, spleen and lung tissues respectively. Its level increases after 12 hours of the cell damage.

SGPT (ALT)

SGPT; It is primarily used in the diagnosis of liver diseases and in addition to this in the treatment of hepatitis, active postnecrotic cirrhosis and the follow-up of medication effects after treatment. Due the death of acute liver cell, severe shocks, cardiac failures and severe traumas their level decreases. Its level increases in cirrhosis, obstructive jaundice, liver tumors, epidemic myocardial infarction, myocarditis, muscular dystrophia, precliampsia, muscular traumas, fatty liver, chronic alcohol addiction, severe burnt and severe pancreatitis situations.

Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT)

GGT is mainly an enzyme associated with kidney, liver and pancreas. Even though it is denser in kidneys, it is generally used in the evaluation of liver. Liver diseases, colon and breast cancer diagnosis.

Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)

ALP used in the evaluation of liver and bone diseases; it increases in gall bladder and liver diseases such as intraheptatic and extrahepatic cholestasis, cirrhosis, hepatitis, infectious mononucleosis, Paget disease, metastatic bone tumors, bone fractures. It checks the pancreas function.

Amylase

Amylase; High blood amylase level occurs in pancreatitis (Pancreas inflammation). Besides, in some emergency diseases appear by stomach ache, severe diabetic coma, mumps and lung tumors.

Lipase

Lipase is a pancreas enzyme. It kelps us to burn the fats; the level of serum lipase level increases in pancreatitis, gall bladder colitis, strangulated and infarcted intestine, pancreas cyst or pseudocysts and peritonitis.

  • Prostate Test

PROSTAT
(For men)

PSA-Prostate Specific Antigen

PSA Total 45 It is applied to men over age 45. It is used in the prostate gland inflammation and prostate cancer. American Cancer Community recommends PSA accompanied with digital rectal examination for the early diagnosis in men over age 40.
Screening Analysis

  • Computerized Spiral Tomography (BT)

BT; Tomography is applied for any section of the body that the patient desires. Patient may have also have a tomography in accordance with the recommendation of a physician. Determination of cyst, tumor, joint and muscle and coronary diseases. The patients who want to have MRI, may change this analysis to MRI by paying the cost difference.

Lung X-Ray (Graphy)

Lung X-ray; diagnosis of lung diseases, determination tumor and lesion in lung, diagnosis of pneumonia and phthisis.

Heart X-Ray

PA Heart ;Radiologic screening of heart and aorta.

EKG (Electrocardiography)

EKG Analysis of cardiac muscle and neural transmission system, diagnosis of cardiac rhythm disorders, heart attack.

Abdominal Ultrasonography (USG)

Abdominal Ultrasonography USG The screening of all internal organs by competent radiology physician, liver, spleen, gall bladder, urinary system, ovary, bladder, prostate, etc. Diagnosis of formations such as gravel, calculus.

Lower Pelvis Ultrasonography (USG)

LOWER Stomach USG; Determination of the organs placed at the lower pelvic section by a competent physician radiologist.

Thyroid Ultrasonography (USG)

Thyroid gland ultrasonography; It is performed by screening by a competent physician fort he diagnosis of goiter disease.

Screening of Breast

Breast USG Breast diseases, determination of possible cysts and tumors in breasts.

  • Appraisal of Doctor

Results are reviewed by Laboratory Competent Physicians, necessary explanations and recommendations are made and the patients are directed to related branch physician regarding abnormal results. If the findings are normal, the patients are not directed to examination.