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Full Check Up

When it comes to maintaining health, early diagnosis is as important as the treatment of diseases. If minor health problems are not noticed and the necessary precautions are not taken, health problems can grow, reducing the quality of life of patients and threatening their general health.

It is known that there are many different diseases that do not cause significant symptoms in the early period and can be life-threatening if they progress. Therefore, it is extremely critical to undergo health screening at regular intervals, even if there are no obvious symptoms yet.

What is a "check-up"?

Check Up refers to the general health examination that is conducted to learn more about a person's overall health state and to assess their chance of developing diseases. The information gathered following the check-up is crucial for enabling early diagnosis and early treatment planning. The number of times a person should get checked depends on their age, conditions, and overall state of health. Gender, health history, and genetic predispositions are also taken into consideration in this situation.

Check Up Basic Tests

Although the scope of Check Up can be personalized, it can be stated that there are some basic tests performed in all Check Up applications.

Among the check-up basic tests, radiological imaging, diabetes screening tests, cardiological scans, thyroid tests, biochemical tests, kidney and liver function tests are applied. In addition to all these, blood tests are also applied to examine blood fats, minerals and vitamins in the blood.

Radiological imaging, which is included in the Check Up basic tests, can be examined in three classes. In this context, chest X-ray, ECG, thyroid ultrasound and ultrasonography for the general abdominal region are performed.

Within the scope of Check Up, biochemical examinations are considered as a very important step. Biochemical analysis; It consists of important steps such as complete blood count, urine test, C-reactive protein, triglyceride and cholesterol values, analysis of parameters related to kidney and liver functions, examination of vitamins and minerals in the blood.

What to Look for in a Full Check Up?

Full Check Up is based on the most comprehensive A to Z assessment of a person's health status. During Full Check Up checks;

  • Screening of cancer types such as colon cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, cervical cancer,
  • Screening of infections such as anti-HBs, anti-HCV, HIV,
  • Bone resorption tests,
  • Determination of important blood value parameters, including high cholesterol and triglycerides,
  • Special examinations for high blood pressure, diabetes and immune system diseases,
  • Evaluation of brain vessel, heart, eye and lung diseases is performed. In addition to all these, psychiatric examinations may also be performed.

How Long Does a Full Check Up Take?

Check Up, which is recommended to be carried out at regular intervals as a comprehensive health check, is usually completed within the same day or even in a few hours. The results of the examinations may come out on the same day or within a few days, depending on the scope of the examinations. It is known that it may take a little longer to report tests such as smear test, computerized tomography or mammography, which are especially used in the evaluation of cervical cancer.

Early Diagnosis Possible with Full Check Up

Check Up, which provides important health-related data from blood pressure to respiratory rate, from internal medicine examination to urinalysis, from chest diseases to cancer screenings, enables early diagnosis and initiation of personalized treatment processes.

It is also easier to maintain the comfort of life thanks to the early diagnosis of diseases whose symptoms are not clear yet and regular health screenings that prevent encountering bigger problems in the future. It is important that people who have chronic diseases and who are genetically predisposed to various diseases should not neglect to have a routine Check-up.

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