In order to support physicians in correct diagnosis and effective treatment, The MedCare clinic provides diagnostic imaging services including:

Service of endoscopic (Ear, Nose & Throat)

Otolaryngoscopy is one of the most commonly used and effective medical techniques offered in The MedCare’s diagnostic support services. Children with ENT problems will receive endoscopy treatment to check for abnormalities, which can commonly include middle ear inflammation, atrial dysfunction (causing buzzing in the ear), sinusitis, and laryngeal diseases.

Ultrasound service

The MedCare’s advanced ultrasound services include:

  • General abdominal ultrasound: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of diseases in the abdominal organs such as liver, bile, pancreas, spleen, urinary system, appendix, tumors in the intestine, and abdomen.
  • Echocardiography: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of heart diseases, atrial flux, ventricular septal defect, two-leaf, 3-leaf narrowing etc.
  • Thyroid ultrasound: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of thyroid diseases (a gland located in the front of the neck) including tumors, thyroid nodules, distinguishing single cysts, nodule size and goiter volume.
  • Ultrasound of the hung gland: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of hung gland diseases (thymus gland) such as benign, benign hypertrophy, and hung adenoma.
  • 2-symmetric joint ultrasound: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of arthropathy such as arthritis, bursitis, and joint dysplasia.
  • Ultrasound of the urinary system: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of diseases in urinary system organs such as pyelonephritis, kidney stones, bladder stones, and congenital anomalies.
  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of Musculoskeletal/Soft tissue diseases such as armpit abscess, buttocks abscess, lymph nodes of the head, neck, dimples, groin after TB vaccination etc.
  • Peritoneal ultrasound: To help evaluate pleural fluid properties, estimating the amount of fluid and assessing lesions of mass or nodules in the pleura.
  • Genital ultrasound: Detection and diagnosis of genital diseases such as lost testicles, ovarian malformations, and testicular effusion.
  • Ultrasound to find reflux flow: Helps to assess the flow of reflux, evaluate the pathological lesions of the stomach and esophagus, and to measure the size of stomach and esophagus.
  • Salivary gland ultrasound: Detects abnormalities and supports diagnosis of salivary gland diseases such as acute and chronic salivary gland inflammation, salivary gland stones, and other salivary gland problems.
  • Ultrasound of the mammary gland: Abnormal findings and detection of mammary diseases such as mammary abscess, mammary hypertrophy, and birth defects.
2Endoscopic ear100,000
3Nasal endoscopy100,000
4Endoscopic throat100,000
1General abdominal ultrasound180,000
2Ultrasound of the urinary system180,000
3Ultrasound digestive system180,000
4Ultrasound 2 symmetrical joints180,000
5Soft tissues ultrasound150,000
6Thymus ultrasound180,000
7Pleura ultrasound180,000
8Thyroid ultrasound180,000
10Ultrasound circuit180,000
11Limb circuit ultrasound180,000
12Ultrasound diagnosis of urinary kidney disease180,000
13Genital ultrasound180,000
14Brain ultrasound through the fontanel180,000
15Ultrasound for gastroesophageal reflux esophagus180,000
17Salivary gland ultrasound150,000


  • Digital X-ray of the heart and lungs: Exploration, detection and diagnosis of diseases such as enlarged heart, pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, and fracture of the chest bone due to trauma.
  • Digital X-ray of the vertebrae of the neck: Exploration, detection and diagnosis of fractures of the neck vertebrae due to trauma, degeneration of the neck vertebrae, and deformity of the vertebrae.
  • Abdominal scan unprepared: Emergency abdominal capture for abdominal pain to assess air fluid level sickness on photographic film.
  • Skull X-ray (2 photos): Exploration, detection and diagnosing skull diseases such as cracks, fractures of the skull, and increased intracranial pressure due to trauma ...
  • Blondeau sinus snapshot: Diagnosis of diseases of the frontal sinuses, jaw sinuses, nasal septum, and excessive sneezing.
  • Hirtz sinus position: Assessing the condition of sinusitis.
  • Upper and lower extremities: Assessment of deformities of upper and lower limb bones, assessment of broken bones, fractures, dislocated lesions of upper limbs and lower extremities.
  • Imaging of lower jaws: Evaluation of the lower jaw & teeth.
  • X-ray of straight shoulder joint: Evaluation of dislocation, or fracture of shoulder joint area.
  • Clavicle X-ray: Evaluation of reefs and fractures of the clavicle.
1Straight-angled shooting (2 positions)220,000
2Straight-sided shooting (2 positions)220,000
3Take X-rays of the jaw on one side180,000
4Digital radiography of heart, lung (1 position /Digital radiography (heart, lung wins tilt) 2 positions180,000
5Digital radiography (bone, joint, cervical vertebrae) (2 positions)220,000
6Digital radiography (bones, joints …) (2 positions)220,000
7Digital radiography (vertebrae, …) (2 positions)220,000
8Sinus capture of blondeau posture190,000
9Hirtz posture sinus capture190,000
11Upper and lower limbs