What is internal medicine check-up

What is internal medicine check-up


It is the general health screening of the person who does not have any complaint or disease for early detection of possible diseases. Since it is a general health screening, it does not include further examinations. Further investigations may also be required for disorders that can be detected as a result of this screening. It is more correct for the person who has any complaints to apply to the relevant specialist together with their complaints and make the appropriate examinations.


Why should we have an internal medicine check-up?


Many diseases do not make any significant complaints until later stages. Check-up is useful in terms of early symptoms of these diseases. Although check-up does not make a definitive diagnosis in any case, it enables to identify useful tips for diagnosis and can be diagnosed with the advanced examination.


Internal medicine check-up is important for the diagnosis of which diseases?

It is important in terms of common diseases in the community. It provides useful information to diagnose diabetes, heart disease, and internal organs such as lung and liver, as well as cancers of the gastrointestinal tract and other internal organs early before the complaints are advanced. In addition, the detection of common infectious diseases is beneficial for the early detection of all inflammatory diseases that are silent and may have symptoms later.


Do the check-up packages differ according to age groups?

There are different protocols according to age and gender, although there are not many differences. For example, in a male patient over the age of 40, prostate and heart examinations are deepened, while a more general screening and other examinations are required under the age of 40. Likewise, since cancers that are frequently seen by gender can change (eg breast cancer in women), screening examination is required in this direction.


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