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Medical Imaging Services


Medical Centers provide patients with 5 latest generation MRI equipment.

The SIGNA Voyager magnetic resonance system (Izvor clinic), produced by General Electric in 2018, revolutionizes medical imaging.

Equipped with TDI (Total Digital Imaging) technology, Signa Voyager offers an exceptional quality of the acquired images, being clearly superior to the classic magnetic resonance systems. This system increases the productivity of the medical imaging department, and through its 70 cm aperture and the antennas that use the latest technologies, ensure increased patient comfort. The new SIGNA Works platform redefines productivity for all acquisition techniques available on the magnetic resonance system. The standard applications available on the Signa Voyager system represent an extensive set of high quality and high efficiency capabilities that allow obtaining the desired results for the entire area of ​​examinations (neurology, body, cardiovascular, orthopedics, senology, oncology, pediatrics). Read more…

Computed Tomography


Medical Centers provide patients with 2 latest generation Computer Tomograph equipment.

Computed tomography (CT) is an imaging diagnostic method that uses X-rays to take detailed images of body structures.

Computed tomography allows obtaining very accurate images in a very short time, so that a correct diagnosis can be obtained quickly. Read more…


Ultrasound (Ecography) is a more and more widespread imaging technique, with no diagnosis of many medical and surgical conditions today unthinkable. It is a “real-time” diagnostic method based on the differential transmission of ultrasound through various types of tissue. The ultrasound technique is non-invasive to the human body, therefore it is repeatable whenever it is needed to monitor a patient and has become an extremely useful tool for the clinician. Read more…



Electromyography (EMG) is a medical procedure that consists in evaluating the function of skeletal muscles and nerves, being extremely important in diagnosing peripheral nervous system disorders. The electromyographic test is of two types:

  • The study of nerve conduction which involves stimulating the nerves at different points along their path through a small electrical discharge.
  • Needle examination which consists in inserting small and thin needles into the muscles in order to record the electrical activity. Read more…

DEXA bone densitometry

DEXA bone densitometry – Measurement of bone mineral density Bone Osteodensitometry is the most modern Paraclinical method measuring bone mineral density (calcium content) thus being able to establish the diagnosis of osteoporosis, monitoring the evolution of the disease and the treatment effectiveness. Osteoporosis is characterized by decreased bone mineral density, with consequent decrease in bone strength and increased risk of fracture. Read more…