Department of Computer-Aided and Magnetic Resonance Tomography

Department of Computer-Aided and Magnetic Resonance Tomography

Department of Computer-Aided and Magnetic Resonance Tomography

Magnetic resonance tomography is a diagnostic technique, which allows obtaining the most detailed image of the condition of patient’s organs without any internal intervention. Since the principle of work of the device is based on magnetic fields the diagnostic process is always safe in terms of ionizing radiation in view of absence thereof.

At present, the magnetic resonance tomography is one of the most informative diagnostic technique for the detection of diseases of the central nervous system, locomotive, joint system and other systems of human body.

The services of the Department include computer-aided high-resolution tomography of the whole body, in particular:

  • MR diffusion of brain and other organs

  • MR and CA perfusion of brain, liver, and heart

  • MR and CA angiography of vessels of head, neck, upper and lower limbs, visceral branches of thoracic and abdominal aorta

  • Neurovisualization (spectroscopy, tractography, functional MRT)

  • CA-colonography

  • Minimally invasive CT-guided diagnostic and treatment interventions.


Zhinibek Baiturlin

Chief of the Department

Academic degree

Candidate of Medical Science

Qualification grade

Highest grade in the specialty of X-ray diagnostics (computer-aided and magnetic resonance tomography)

Education

Graduated from Aktyubinsk State Medical Institute in 1989.

Passed postgraduate medical training in the course of X-ray computer-aided tomography (Erlangen, Germany); thematic advanced training in computer-aided and magnetic resonance tomography (Moscow, NN Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Centre); attended the European workshop in diagnostic and interventional radiology of musculoskeletal system and pelvic organs; attended colloquiums in radiology in Graz (Austria).

Scientific papers: published 4 articles, 36 abstracts, 2 inventions, and 1 monograph.

Contact numbers of the Department: +7 7172 70 80 74