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Check-Up

“To predict is better than to cure”.
But whenever we cannot predict, we do know that at least early diagnosis usually requires less extensive or radical treatment.
Performing a Check-Up once a year after the age of 40 for both males and females could achive the above and improve survival and quality of life.


Full Check-Up for Men:

Blood Sample for:
Full blood count
Red Cells Sedimentation Rate
Serum glucose level
Renal Profile (serum creatinine, serum urea)
Uric acid
Liver Profile (SGOT, SGPT, γGT)
Serum Proteins and subtypes
Australian Antigen
Cholesterol and Lipid Profile / triglicerids
HDL, LDL
Alcaline Phosphatase
Serum Calcium

Urine Sample for:
Mid stream urine test
Urine phosphate

Other Tests:
Chest X-Ray
Electrocardiogram +/- Cardiological Examination
Internist examination
Eye test
Ear-Nose-Throat examination

Extra Exams if >40 years old:
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
Threadmill test
Osteoporosis In Men


Full Check-Up for Women:

Blood Sample for:
Full blood count
Red Cells Sedimentation Rate
Serum glucose level
Renal Profile (serum creatinine, serum urea)
Uric acid
Liver Profile (SGOT, SGPT, γGT)
Serum Proteins and subtypes
Australian Antigen
Cholesterol and Lipid Profile / triglicerids
HDL, LDL
Alcaline Phosphatase
Serum Calcium

Urine Sample for:
Mid stream urine test
Urine phosphate

Other Tests:
Chest X-Ray
Electrocardiogram
Internist examination
Clinical Breast Examination
PAP Test
Eye test
Ear-Nose-Throat examination

Extra Exams if >40 years old:
Mammogram or Ultrasound of breasts


Check-Up for Smokers (Male or Female):

Blood Sample for:
As above

Urine Sample for:
As above +
Urine Cytology Exam

Other Tests:
As above +
US abdomen + Kidneys/Bladder
CT chest (after 45 years of age)
Pneumologic Examination
Functional Lung Tests (spirometry)

Attention! The information provided here is for educational and informational purposes only. In no way should it be considered as offering medical advice. Please check with your physician for further evaluation.

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