Full Body: Complete
Detects current size of aorta and abdominal wall tissue that may cause dangerous dilation of the aorta.
Detects gallstones and inflammation of the gallbladder.
Detects kidney stones or a blocked urine flow.
Detects liver structure and abnormal changes in liver tissue and size.
Detects irregularities that may occur in the pancreas.
Detects abnormalities in structure or function of the spleen.
Bone Density (Osteoporosis)
Bouncing ultrasonic waves are used to detect T-score of bone density.
Total cholesterol reading, screening for hypercholesterolemia.
Ultraviolet examination of facial features, dry or oily patches, and other irregularities are detected.
Measurement of milligram of glucose per deciliter of blood. Indicator for diabetes.
Measures body mass index, body fat %, skeletal muscle %, visceral fat levels, body age, body weight and resting metabolic rate.
Detects blood pressure, pulse and brachial artery elasticity. Arterial elasticity is essential for maintaining healthy blood flow.
Carotid Artery (Stroke)
Detects plaque buildup in the carotid artery. Plaque buildup may indicate higher risk of stroke.
Echocardiography (Heart Echo)
A thoracic ultrasound which detects calcification, chamber enlargements or fluid collection within and around the heart.
Detects abnormally high hemoglobin ratio (polycythemia vera) or low hemoglobin (anemia).
Tests the vital capacity of lungs, detects possible chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases.
Detects irregularities in size and shape of the thyroid gland.
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