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Their has been a considerable differences in cost between the countries like USA, UK, Canada & South Africa as compared to iran when it comes to medical treatment.

iran is not only available prices than other countries but also the waiting time is almost nil. This is due to the flare-up of the private sector which consists of Super specialty hospitals and clinics with the latest technology and expert doctors.

To help our visitors evaluate the kind of savings they can do by taking decision of travelling to iran for their treatments, We have given an estimated cost of some common treatments which are based on average treatment cost of various hospitals & clinics.All Prices available prices and it can be change to depends on your treatment and your staying and your choices.

medical tour Eye Surgery Starting From Only About $1,800 USD ( Both Eyes )!
Iran , ophthalmology, specialized clinics, university hospital, and other ophthalmologic research centers operate several special clinics of the anterior segment, refractive surgery, retina, glaucoma, strabismus for specialized treatment.

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Especially, Refractive error (myopia, astigmatism, hyperopia) developed well. Moreover, intraocular lens implantation. With specialists who have many clinical experiences, proved high-tech medical equipments and technologies, precise diagnosis, post-operation treatment, post-operation patient management programs, and great facilities and environment comparable to hotel services, in iran, ophthalmology provides high-quality medical service.
Iranian health tour Cataract Surgery
Cataracts are common in older people. About 60 percent of those older than 60 years and 70 percent of those older than 75 years have cataracts. Because cataracts can seriously impair your vision, they can limit or prevent you from working or enjoying many of the activities that are important to the quality of your life. Fortunately, medical science has made significant strides in cataract treatment. Today, the vast majority of patients whose cataracts are treated surgically enjoy vision that is at least as good as the vision they had before they developed cataracts.

Most cataracts progress slowly over a period of years, but their rate of progression is unpredictable. They can affect one eye or both eyes. As cataracts become more dense, they produce visual symptoms; these typically include blur, glare, halos around lights, and double vision. Colors can become dull, a brown-yellow tint is common, and driving can become dangerous. Untreated, cataracts can cause blindness , however, cataracts are usually treated when they begin to interfere with activities of daily living such as reading and driving.

The decision to proceed with cataract surgery should be made with your doctor after he/she measures your vision, examines your eye(s), and listens to your description of the visual problems you are experiencing.

With modern medical technology, cataracts are routinely treated safely and effectively using microsurgical techniques. Today, cataract extraction is one of the most successful surgical procedures-about 98 percent of all cataract surgical procedures result in improved vision.

During the early stages of cataract development, more frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription may be sufficient to restore adequate vision. Surgery should be considered when the reduced vision caused by cataracts begins to interfere with normal daily activities such as reading and driving, even when corrective glasses are used. Although the potential risks of surgery must be weighed against its potential benefits, delaying surgery can lead to accidents when driving as well as personal injury such as falls. In addition, the surgical removal of advanced cataracts is more difficult than the removal of less dense cataracts.

Tell your doctor if any of these statements apply to you:
  • I do not feel safe driving because of difficulty reading signs, glare from lights at night, or other visual disturbances.
  • I do not see well enough to do my best at work.
  • I do not see well enough to do the things I need to do at home.
  • I do not see well enough to do things I enjoy, such as reading, sewing, or playing golf.
  • Because of my poor vision, I may bump into things, stumble, or fall.
  • Because of my poor vision, I am not as independent as I would like to be.
  • I cannot see as well as I would like to see, even with my glasses.
  • My eyesight bothers me a lot.
You may have other specific visual problems you want to discuss with your eye doctor.


Today, most cataract operations are performed in an outpatient setting and do not require admission to a hospital. Twenty years ago, thick glasses were prescribed so that people who had cataract surgery could see. In the past two decades, however, small artificial lenses that can be implanted in the eye have been developed. These intraocular lenses (IOLs) can provide good distance vision with thin glasses or, sometimes, without glasses at all.

The most common and advanced cataract surgery technique is phacoemulsification or "phaco." The surgeon first makes a small incision at the edge of the cornea and then creates an opening in the membrane that surrounds the cataractous lens. This thin membrane is called the capsule. Next, a small ultrasonic probe is inserted through the opening in the cornea and capsule. The probe's vibrating tip breaks up or "emulsifies" the cloudy lens into tiny fragments that are suctioned out of the capsule by an attachment on the probe tip. After the lens is completely removed, the probe is withdrawn leaving only the clear (now empty) bag-like capsule, which will act as support for the intraocular lens (IOL).


Given that cataract surgery is in most cases an outpatient procedure, patients are sent home shortly afterward and given instructions for using eyedrops to prevent infections and inflammation. If an injection was used to numb the eye for surgery, a patch may be required during the first night. A doctor or an assistant will check the eye the next morning. Vision may be blurry for 24 to 48 hours after surgery. Glasses are usually prescribed several weeks after surgery when the eye has healed.
Iran tours Laser Eye Surgery

Laser in-situ keratomileusis, or LASIK, the most commonly performed type of laser surgery, is generally a safe and effective treatment for a wide range of common vision problems. Specifically, LASIK involves the use of a laser to permanently change the shape of the cornea, the clear covering of the front of the eye. LASIK is a quick and often painless procedure, and for the majority of patients, the surgery improves vision and reduces the need for corrective eyewear. However, as LASIK is a surgical procedure conducted on a delicate part of the eye, it is crucial that potential candidates are well educated on the benefits and risks of the procedure, understand the importance of a thorough screening by their physician, and maintain realistic expectations about the procedure's outcome.

The Ideal LASIK Candidate

The ideal candidate includes those who:
• Are over 18 years of age and have had a stable glasses or contact lens prescription for at least two years.
• Have sufficient corneal thickness (the cornea is the trans-parent front part of the eye). A LASIK patient should have a cornea that is thick enough to allow the surgeon to safe-ly create a clean corneal flap of appropriate depth.
• Are affected by one of the common types of vision prob-lems or refractive error – myopia (nearsightedness), astig-matism (blurred vision caused by an irregular shaped cornea), hyperopia (farsightedness), or a combination thereof (e.g., myopia with astigmatism). Several lasers are now approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as safe and effective for use in LASIK, but the scope of each laser's approved indication and treatment range is limited to specified degrees of refractive error.
• Do not suffer from any disease, vision-related or otherwise, that may reduce the effectiveness of the surgery or the patient's ability to heal properly and quickly.
• Are adequately informed about the benefits and risks of the procedure. Candidates should thoroughly discuss the procedure with their physicians and understand that for most people, the goal of refractive surgery should be the reduction of dependency on glasses and contact lenses, not their complete elimination.

Being ideal for LASIK surgery. In many cases, a surgeon may still be able to perform the procedure safely, given that the candidate and physician have adequately dis-cussed the benefits and risks, and set.

The Non-LASIK Candidate

Certain conditions and circumstances completely pre-clude individuals from being candidates for LASIK surgery. Non-candidates include individuals who:

• Have diseases such as cataracts, advanced glaucoma, corneal diseases, corneal thinning disorders (keratoconus or pellucid marginal degeneration), or certain other pre-existing eye diseases that affect or threaten vision.
• Do not give informed consent. It is absolutely necessary that candidates adequately discuss the procedure and its benefits and risks with their surgeon, and provide the appropriate consent prior to undergoing the surgery.
• Have unrealistic expectations. It is critical for candidates to understand that laser eye surgery, as all surgical procedures, involves some risk. In addition, both the final outcome of surgery and the rate of healing vary from person to person and even from eye to eye in each individual.

III. Pre-LASIK Testing

What Types of Screening Exams Should Patients Expect? Anyone considering LASIK should undergo a thorough examination by an eye care professional. The exam, and a follow-up consultation with the physician, can also identify ongoing health concerns that may affect the candidate's vision in the future, inform the candidate of potential outcomes of LASIK, frame expectations for what the procedure can do, and inform the candidate of his or her vision health status. A list of preliminary or screening tests that should be performed routinely appears below. Additional testing, depending on preliminary findings and the special needs of the candidate, may also be appropriate. If, after an evaluation, a patient has questions about why a test was included or omitted, he/she should discuss the matter with the eye care professional in question. Certainly a patient can and should question why a test was omitted. The patient should be satisfied with the explanation before proceeding.

Assessment of Eye Health History

• History of wearing glasses: It is important to determine if a candidate's vision has stabilized or is changing. If it is unstable, LASIK may not be appropriate at this time. The ideal candidate is at least 18 years of age with a stable glasses or contact lens prescription for at least 2 years.
• History of contact lens wear: Contact lenses may change the shape of the cornea (the clear front surface of the eye) or act in such a way as to prevent the ophthalmologist from determining a candidate's correct prescription. Most ophthalmologists require that soft contact lenses be discontinued at least 3 days and rigid contact lenses 2 to 3 weeks prior to the evaluation. If concern arises about contact lens-induced changes in the cornea, it may be necessary for a candidate to stop wearing contacts for as long as several months to allow the cornea to return to its natural contour, so that a surgical evaluation can be made.
• History of ocular or systemic diseases and medications: Some eye diseases and medications can affect the suit-ability of a candidate for LASIK.
• History of previous ocular problems such as lazy eyes, strabismus (eye misalignment caused by muscle imbal-ance), or the need for special glasses to prevent double vision.
• History of previous eye injury.
• Assessing vocational and lifestyle needs: The LASIK candidate's work or recreational activities and needs can influence vision correction strategies. For example, different strategies can affect depth perception and the ability to see near or far.

A Comprehensive Examination of the Eye

• Determination of uncorrected vision and vision as corrected by glasses or contacts.
• Determination of the magnitude of visual error in each eye to establish the amount of surgical correction that is needed and develop the appropriate surgical strategy.
• Assessment of the surface of the cornea by "mapping" its topography (corneal curvature or shape), to correlate its shape to errors in focusing (correlate corneal shape to refractive astigmatism), to find irregularities, if any, and to screen for disease states that may produce poor out-comes with LASIK.
• Measurement of pupil size in dim and room light. Pupil size is an important factor in counseling a candidate about night vision and planning the appropriate laser vision correction strategy.
• Assessment of motility to measure the ability of the muscles to align the eyes.
• Examination of the eyelids to see if they turn inward (possibly scratching the cornea) or outward and redirect tear flow away from the eye, and other conditions.
• Examination of the conjunctiva, the transparent membrane that covers the outer surface of the eye and lines the inner surface of the eyelids, to see whether there are irritations, redness, irregular blood vessels or other abnormalities.
• Examination of the cornea to determine if there are any abnormalities that could affect the outcome of surgery.
• Examination of the crystalline lens to determine if clouding of the lens (cataract) or other abnormalities are present.
• Measurement of corneal thickness (pachymetry). The amount of LASIK correction may be determined in part by corneal thickness.
• Measurement of intraocular pressure to detect glaucoma or preglaucomatous conditions. Glaucoma is a visual loss caused by damage to the optic nerve from excessively high pressures in the eye. It is a common cause of preventable vision loss.
• Assessment of the back (posterior segment) of the eye: The dilated fundus exam is used to assess the health of the inside back surface of the eye (retina), with the pupil fully open. Examination of the retina, optic nerve, and blood vessels screens for a number of eye and systemic disorders.
• Follow-up should include review of examination results by an ophthalmologist, discussion with the candidate, additional testing as necessary, and adoption of a plan for managing the candidate's eye-care needs.

IV. Realistic Expectations: Why Are They Central to Patient Satisfaction?

The overwhelming majority of patients who have had LASIK surgery are fully satisfied with their results – hav-ing experienced the significant benefits of improved vision. However, as with any medical or surgical proce-dure, for certain patients the outcome of the procedure may not seem "ideal" or meet all of his/her expectations. A small minority of patients may also experience complications. Therefore, it is crucial that LASIK surgery candidates thoroughly discuss the procedure — its benefits, risks and probable outcomes — with their physician prior to undergoing the surgery. Each patient should be fully informed and feel comfortable that they are making an educated decision based upon facts. Candidates should be aware that:

• LASIK cannot provide perfect vision every time for every patient. However, for the majority of LASIK candidates, the surgery improves vision and reduces the need for corrective eyewear. In fact, the vast majority of patients with low to moderate nearsightedness achieve 20/40 vision or better, and many can expect to achieve 20/20 vision or better.
• Re-treatments (enhancements) may be required to achieve optimal outcomes. Fortunately, it is possible to repeat the laser treatment by lifting the flap, typically about three months after the original procedure. Even after enhancements, vision after LASIK may not be as good as it was with glasses or contact lenses before the pro-cedure.

• There may be visual aberrations after LASIK—most commonly, glare and halos under dim lighting conditions. Usually, these are not significant, and resolve within several months of surgery. Occasionally, they are severe enough to interfere with normal activities.
• Monovision is a technique in which one eye is corrected for distance vision and the other is left nearsighted to focus on near objects without glasses. Today, it is the only way that LASIK candidates older than about 45 years can avoid reading glasses. LASIK will not cure presbyopia, the aging changes that prevent older people from seeing near objects through the same glasses that they use for viewing distant objects.
• LASIK surgery, as all surgical procedures, has the risk of complications. Fortunately, the likelihood of visual loss with LASIK is very small. In the many millions of LASIK procedures done so far, less than one percent of patients have experienced serious, vision threatening problems. Most complications represent delays in full recovery and resolve within several months of surgery. V. Initiating A Dialogue: What Should I Ask My Doctor? The decision to have LASIK should be an informed one, made in close consultation with an eye care profession-al. In order to understand whether LASIK is right for them, patients considering the procedure should ask the following questions of their doctor:

• What type of testing will you do in order to determine whether I'm a candidate for LASIK?
• Has my glasses or contact lens prescription been consistent for at least two years?
• Does my nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism fall within the accepted levels established for surgery by the FDA?
• Are my corneas thick enough to perform LASIK surgery?
• Do I have cataracts, glaucoma or other corneal diseases?
• Are my corneas scarred?
• Do I have any diseases that would affect the outcome of the surgery or my ability to heal properly?
• Are there any other reasons why I may not be a candidate for LASIK surgery?
• Am I at risk for complications?
• What can I expect during the procedure?
• What outcome can I expect from the surgery?

of laser eye surgery procedures.

The information provided in these patient guidelines is intended to provide educational information to eye care professionals and is not intended to establish a particular standard of care, provide an exhaustive discussion of the subject of laser eye surgery, or serve as a substitute for the application of the individual physician's medical judgment in the particular circumstances presented by each patient care situation.

Candidates and prospective candidates for laser eye surgery should likewise understand that the information provided in these guidelines is educational in nature and is not intended to serve as a substitute for medical advice. The decision whether to undergo laser eye surgery must be made by each individual based on the relevant facts and circumstances acting in consultation with a qualified eye care professional
health tour Refractive Surgery
  • Myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism corrections are made by excimer laser.
  • Presbiopia is corrected by Multi-Zone technique in individuals whose age and eye structure are appropriate.
  • Special laser techniques are applied on cornea for correcting visual acuities
Before the surgery, if you wear the contact lenses you don't should wear your lenses for three weeks.

You need to stay here minimum 3 days maximum 5 days.

You don't need to stay at hospital after the surgery.

After the surgery you can do what ever you want at the same day (surgery day).
tour Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery
iran, is to perform plastic and cosmetic surgery at affordable prices whilst maintaining the highest quality.
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For All of the cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures before the surgery;

Before the operation

Stop smoking and get your weight down. If you know that you have problems with your blood pressure, your heart, or your lungs, ask your family doctor to check that these are under control. Check the hospital's advice about taking the pill or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Check you have a relative or friend who can come with you to hospital, take you home, and look after you for the first week after the operation. Bring all your tablets and medicines with you to hospital. On the ward, you may be checked for past illnesses and may have special tests, ready for the operation. Many hospitals now run special preadmission clinics, where you visit for an hour or two, a few weeks or so before the operation for these checks.

Iran Hair Transplant
Pre Operation
Exceeded preoperative preparation and planning should be considered in the following 5 criteria.

1- Age; Thinning pattern detection, to benefit from medical treatment, age-related changes in facial hair planlandaysa evaluation and hair design in terms of lines connected to it are important.

2- The donor area (hair follicles to make the reception of region) of the hair is thin or thick scale, intensive cultivation in the field of view to obtain, must be kept in mind in planning. Same number of hair follicles with small anchors, bold scale than hair follicles will gain a rare appearance is real.

3- Donor site density of the hair unit; 1 cm2 in preoperative detection of follicle number of units and maximum 25% of these units can be taken, determines the number of total units will be planting. Indeed, 25% more than purchases in the donor site rarity created will is a fact.

4- Degree of baldness, is perhaps the most important criterion in selecting suitable candidates. These criteria are also important in determining the hair line. Norwood was determined by the degree of baldness are evaluated with a scale.

hair Transplant

5- The patient's expectations, whether realistic, the results obtained are critical to the success. Because unrealistic expectations can be ignored hair transplantation is performed, has been planting in the field of patient and the surgeon would not be satisfied to obtain a result. To achieve a successful outcome, our maximum number of graft in the right areas, to be added should be noted that the most intense way.

Local Anesthesia
Next Fue technique, performed under local anesthesia and after the procedure also Fue according to the method and a surgical incision in the skin tension is not a painless process.

Process starts with receipt of the first hair follicles between the two ears in the region of the scalp should be made anesthetic. Anesthesia using anesthetic blocks to only necessary items given point, transmitting nerve blockade of the region can be ensured. Thus, the root of any pain during the period of the purchase does not occur.

Hair Transplant

At the same time in addition to local anesthetic substances in this region and the adrenaline that prevents bleeding and anesthetic will prolong the active substance. Same block anesthesia, and adrenaline injection of serum is carried out for field operations to be done. Effect of adrenaline sphincter vessels and hence, excessive bleeding that prevents the crust. In addition, this adrenaline given into the skin layer, the deep layers of skin serum to be planting the channel opening and planting time away from doing damage to the skin prevents the six thin veining.

Next FUE Technique
This technique is known as sowing needle. Goal here; planting in the field of trauma to the skin creating a desired angle (front hair line forward about 40 degrees angle to the one planting required) and to perform an intensive cultivation.
Classic hair transplantation techniques in various diameters called slit using sharp metal parts or lancet channel opens vertically and grooving process (for all grafts) after transplantation begins.

There are some disadvantages of classical technique
1- This technique of subcutaneous vascular network of likely damage is quite high.

2- Desired in terms of all the hair roots can not be performed sowing at right angles to the skin, and this image shows the elongation as well as to the emergence of rare appearance away from the natural consequences of the results obtained leads to.

3- Self-created trauma in the form of the skin incision will be viewed as certain. Stick and plant an additional incision in the skin or in the technical defect does not create much higher number of grafts per cm2 can be added. Accurate adjustment of angle hair can not be distinguished from your natural hair is prolonged to obtain the frequency and intensity.

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After Operation
Immediately after the operation in the field of transplantation will be of small crusts, (Next to the FUE technique after the FUE technique is not as intense incrustation) and they will be poured within 1 week. After planting the field operations of the crust a short elongation of hair follicles shed will take place live, and again, the FUE technique consisting of a thick channel opener, is not cut, even in the early period of redness and not monitored.

Thus, in the early period, although they are shown a short elongation of roots formed in the patient's self-confidence and happiness will create the image. However, the real and permanent elongation after the 4th month begins. In the early period, the elongation in the form of thin hair, hair in the 5th or 6th month of the thick diameter reached image is desirable. First year completed at the end of the maturing hair, his hair again for not being poured from the elongation shows alike.

Hair replacement duration is a maximum of 10 days.

If you send us a photo drawn from every angle of your head, we can give more detail information about you treatment process.
dental treatment Dental Treatment
Dental hospitals and clinics in iran provide highly qualified dental care services, including implant, prosthesis, whitening, and orthodontics with distinguished dentists, techniques and dental equipment. Each provider has enthusiasm passion for the high quality of services in accordance with each patient's needs and provides a variety of services from basic dental cares to complicated procedures.

Prevention of swelling after painless treatments and procedures.

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Trustworthy diagnosis and cure with digital CT and 3-D CT X-ray.
Treatments available
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Total Knee Replacement

  • Sports medicine
    • 1. Knee
    • 2. Shoulder
    • 3. Foot and Ankle
  • Paediatric orthopaedics
  • Spinal surgery
  • Arthrosis
  • Limb lengthening
  • Trauma care
  • Hand and wrist surgery, microsurgery, replantation
Surgery packages

Total hip replacement
  • This package includes ground transportation, medical procedures in the hospital and 5 star hotel accommodation for a total stay of 20 days.
Spinal fusion
  • This package includes ground transportation, medical procedures in the hospital and 5 star hotel accommodation for a total stay of 12 days.
Total knee replacement
  • This package includes ground transportation, medical procedures in the hospital and 5 star hotel accommodation for a total stay of 19 days.
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Before the operation

Stop smoking and get your weight down. If you know that you have problems with your blood pressure, your heart, or your lungs, ask your family doctor to check that these are under control. Check the hospital's advice about taking the pill or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Check you have a relative or friend who can come with you to hospital, take you home, and look after you for the first week after the operation. Bring all your tablets and medicines with you to hospital. On the ward, you may be checked for past illnesses and may have special tests, ready for the operation. Many hospitals now run special preadmission clinics, where you visit for an hour or two, a few weeks or so before the operation for these.

What Happens After the Surgery?

The average hospital stay after knee joint replacement is usually three to five days. The vast majority of people who undergo knee joint replacement surgery have dramatic improvement. This improvement is most notable one month or more after surgery. The pain caused by the damaged joint is relieved when the new gliding surface is constructed during surgery.

After knee joint replacement, people are standing and moving the joint the day after surgery. At first you may walk with the help of parallel bars, and then a walking device -- such as crutches, walker, or cane -- will be used until your knee is able to support your full body weight. After about 6 weeks, most people are walking comfortably with minimal assistance. Once muscle strength is restored with physical therapy, people who have had knee joint replacement surgery can enjoy most activities (except running and jumping).
IVF Treatment Obstetric & Women Health
You need to stay here about 15 days ,


You don't need to stay at hospital all the time.

We can organize kindly tours for you.
  • Test tube baby (IVF): treating tubal obstruction, endometriosis, and unexplained infertility etc.
  • ICSI-IVF: treating male infertility such as oligospermia, azoospermia, and athenozoospermia.
  • Intrauteirne insemination (IUI) : treating ouvulatory dysfunction, male subinfertility.
  • Cryoperservartion: freezing sperm, oocytes, and sparing embryos after IVF.
  • Assisted hatching: increases implantation potential of embryos.
  • Tubal reversal surgery by mciroscppe and laparoscope.
  • Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD): an evolving technique that provides a practical alternative to prenatal diagnosis and termination of pregnancy for couples who are at substantial risk of transmitting a serious genetic disorder to their offspring.
Health Screening & Check Up
Diagnostic Procedures

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Basic Executive Evaluation Package

Basic Executive Evaluation Package emphasizes the essentials in health maintenance and disease prevention. It is tailored to the younger (less than 40 years people) and includes:
  • Comprehensive medical history and physical examination (including pelvic exam with pap for women, and a breast exam).
  • Laboratory tests, including complete blood count (CBC); comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) to study electrolytes, kidney and liver functions, and to measure glucose for diabetes; cholesterol screening (lipid profile); and urinalysis.
  • Chest X-ray.
  • Test to detect glaucoma (tonometry) and vision screening.
  • Pulmonary function test measuring respiratory status (spirometry).
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG).
Comprehensive Executive Packages

Comprehensive Executive Packages are extensive evaluations designed for to meet the preventive and cancer screening needs for people 40+ years and includes:
  • Comprehensive medical history and physical examination (including pelvic exam with pap for women, and a breast exam).
  • Laboratory tests, including complete blood count (CBC); comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) to study electrolytes, kidney and liver functions, and to measure glucose for diabetes; cholesterol; screening (lipid profile); urinalysis; blood test for early detection of prostate cancer for men (PSA); female hormone assessment (for women concerned with menopause); confidential blood test for the AIDS virus (HIV) and Hepatitis A, B and C; and thyroid test (TSH)
  • Hearing test (audiometry).
  • Test to detect glaucoma (tonometry) and vision screening.
  • Pulmonary function test measuring respiratory status (spirometry).
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG).
  • Imaging tests, including chest X-ray, electron beam CT scan (early detection of heart disease), abdominal ultrasound, mammogram, osteoporosis screening.
  • Examination of the colon and rectum to detect polyps and early cancer (flexible colonoscopy).


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