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Health Examination Program

Basic total Health Examination

The most essential health examination program to prevent and early diagnosis of life style diseases, metabolic disorders and cancers that occur mostly for Koreans.

Common
Test

Physical exam
BMI is obtained by measuring the patient’s height and body weight.
Body
composition
analysis
Our body consists mainly of four components: water, protein, fat and bone (inorganic minerals).
By measuring the body composition, we can identify the basic health status of a patient and take proper measures for key risk factors to prevent diseases.
Eye exam
We examine the patient’s vision, intraocular pressure and fundus.
Intraocular pressure is measured with a device that blows pressurized air to measure the pressure inside the cornea and sclera.
Fundus exam is carried out by obtaining an image of the fundus to verify the status of the retina and optic nerve that are located deep inside the eye.
Hearing test
We test if there is any hearing impairment or abnormalities for low to high frequencies.
Chest
radiography
Chest radiography offers an insight into the lungs and heart, and provides information on whether the patient has disorders such as tuberculosis, lung cancer, lung abscess, pleurisy, bronchitis or cardiomegaly. Some clavicular and mediastinum disorders may also be detected.
Cardiac examination
The patient’s blood pressure, pulse rate and ECG are measured.
ECG involves electrical leads being attached to a patient’s hands, feet and chest to measure the electrical changes that occur in the heart, and offers valuable information on whether a patient’s heart has undergone any changes caused by cardiomegaly, arrhythmia and ischemic heart diseases such as myocardial infarction.
Pulmonary
function test
The patient’s lung capacity and forced expiratory volume in one second are measured to evaluate if the patient has any pulmonary or bronchial abnormalities.
This test provides assistance in diagnosing disorders such as bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis and obstructive pulmonary disease.
Blood test
  1. Blood type test ABO & Rh
  2. Complete blood count WBC, RBC, Hb, Platelet, WBC Diff Count
  3. Liver function test This test measures the patient’s liver enzymes (ALT, AST, Υ-GTP), serum total protein, albumin and bilirubin.
  4. Renal function test This test measures the patient’s BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen), creatinine and uric acid levels.
  5. Diabetes test This test measures the patient’s fasting blood glucose and HbA1C levels.
  6. Electrolyte test This test measures the patient’s serum Na, K, Cl, Ca and P levels.
  7. Serum lipid profile This test measures the patient’s serum total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL cholesterol levels.
  8. Hepatitis test This test measures the patient’s antibodies and antigens for hepatitis A, B and C.
  9. Infectious diseases This test covers syphilis and AIDS
  10. Thyroid function test This test measures the patient’s TSH and free T4 levels to identify their thyroid hormone levels.
  11. Cancer marker test This test uses the patient’s blood to screen, diagnose, monitor and predict prognosis. This test covers various gastrointestinal tumors including liver cancer, pancreatic cancer and colorectal cancer as well as prostate cancer (male), lung cancer (male) and ovarian cancer (female).
Urine test
This test uses microscopy for protein, occult blood, ketone levels and white blood cell count to check abnormalities in the kidneys and urinary tract.
Stool test
This test covers ova, parasite and occult blood in the patient’s stool.
Upper gastrointestinal
endoscopy
Patients can choose between upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and upper GI series for the gastrointestinal examination.
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy focuses on checking for abnormalities in the patient’s upper GI tract, and is associated with biopsies to cover inflammation, ulcers and tumors of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Meanwhile, upper GI series requires the patient to drink barium (contrast medium) before taking an X-ray of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Abdominal ultrasonography
This test checks the patient’s liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen that occupy the upper stomach. This test is very effective in detecting biliary stones or early-stage liver cancer.
Liver : Fatty liver, hepatic cyst, liver hemangioma, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis, etc
Gallbladder : Gallstone, gallbladder polyp, cholesterol, gallbladder cancer, cholangiocarcinoma
Kidney : Kidney stone, renal cyst, hydronephrosis, kidney cancer, etc.
Pancreas : Pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, etc.
Spleen : Splenomegaly, metastasis, etc.

Women’s Health Tests

PAP smear
This basic test offers an economic, painless means of early diagnosis of cervical cancer.
Gynecologic
sonography
Gynecologic sonography helps the doctor to identify abnormalities of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Gynecologic sonography also allows the doctor to track changes in the endometrium, and offers diagnostic information on ovarian cyst, ovarian cancer and uterine myoma.
Mammography
(not offered to patients less than 30 years of age)
This test uses X-ray imaging to detect breast cancer and other various diseases that involve the breast.
The breast is pressed to take X-ray images from various angles.
Bone density
This test measures lumbar bone density to diagnose osteopenia and osteoporosis.

Package B

Package A + low-dose chest CT (chest radiography excluded)

Common
Test

Physical exam
BMI is obtained by measuring the patient’s height and body weight.
Body
composition
analysis
Our body consists mainly of four components: water, protein, fat and bone (inorganic minerals).
By measuring the body composition, we can identify the basic health status of a patient and take proper measures for key risk factors to prevent diseases.
Eye exam
We examine the patient’s vision, intraocular pressure and fundus.
Intraocular pressure is measured with a device that blows pressurized air to measure the pressure inside the cornea and sclera.
Fundus exam is carried out by obtaining an image of the fundus to verify the status of the retina and optic nerve that are located deep inside the eye.
Hearing test
We test if there is any hearing impairment or abnormalities for low to high frequencies.
Chest
radiography
Chest radiography offers an insight into the lungs and heart, and provides information on whether the patient has disorders such as tuberculosis, lung cancer, lung abscess, pleurisy, bronchitis or cardiomegaly. Some clavicular and mediastinum disorders may also be detected.
Cardiac examination
The patient’s blood pressure, pulse rate and ECG are measured.
ECG involves electrical leads being attached to a patient’s hands, feet and chest to measure the electrical changes that occur in the heart, and offers valuable information on whether a patient’s heart has undergone any changes caused by cardiomegaly, arrhythmia and ischemic heart diseases such as myocardial infarction.
Pulmonary
function test
The patient’s lung capacity and forced expiratory volume in one second are measured to evaluate if the patient has any pulmonary or bronchial abnormalities.
This test provides assistance in diagnosing disorders such as bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis and obstructive pulmonary disease.
Blood test
  1. Blood type test ABO & Rh
  2. Complete blood count WBC, RBC, Hb, Platelet, WBC Diff Count
  3. Liver function test This test measures the patient’s liver enzymes (ALT, AST, Υ-GTP), serum total protein, albumin and bilirubin.
  4. Renal function test This test measures the patient’s BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen), creatinine and uric acid levels.
  5. Diabetes test This test measures the patient’s fasting blood glucose and HbA1C levels.
  6. Electrolyte test This test measures the patient’s serum Na, K, Cl, Ca and P levels.
  7. Serum lipid profile This test measures the patient’s serum total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL cholesterol levels.
  8. Hepatitis test This test measures the patient’s antibodies and antigens for hepatitis A, B and C.
  9. Infectious diseases This test covers syphilis and AIDS
  10. Thyroid function test This test measures the patient’s TSH and free T4 levels to identify their thyroid hormone levels.
  11. Cancer marker test This test uses the patient’s blood to screen, diagnose, monitor and predict prognosis. This test covers various gastrointestinal tumors including liver cancer, pancreatic cancer and colorectal cancer as well as prostate cancer (male), lung cancer (male) and ovarian cancer (female).
Urine test
This test uses microscopy for protein, occult blood, ketone levels and white blood cell count to check abnormalities in the kidneys and urinary tract.
Stool test
This test covers ova, parasite and occult blood in the patient’s stool.
Upper gastrointestinal
endoscopy
Patients can choose between upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and upper GI series for the gastrointestinal examination.
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy focuses on checking for abnormalities in the patient’s upper GI tract, and is associated with biopsies to cover inflammation, ulcers and tumors of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Meanwhile, upper GI series requires the patient to drink barium (contrast medium) before taking an X-ray of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Abdominal ultrasonography
This test checks the patient’s liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen that occupy the upper stomach. This test is very effective in detecting biliary stones or early-stage liver cancer.
Liver : Fatty liver, hepatic cyst, liver hemangioma, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis, etc
Gallbladder : Gallstone, gallbladder polyp, cholesterol, gallbladder cancer, cholangiocarcinoma
Kidney : Kidney stone, renal cyst, hydronephrosis, kidney cancer, etc.
Pancreas : Pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, etc.
Spleen : Splenomegaly, metastasis, etc.

Women’s Health Tests

PAP smear
This basic test offers an economic, painless means of early diagnosis of cervical cancer.
Gynecologic
sonography
Gynecologic sonography helps the doctor to identify abnormalities of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Gynecologic sonography also allows the doctor to track changes in the endometrium, and offers diagnostic information on ovarian cyst, ovarian cancer and uterine myoma.
Mammography
(not offered to patients less than 30 years of age)
This test uses X-ray imaging to detect breast cancer and other various diseases that involve the breast.
The breast is pressed to take X-ray images from various angles.
Bone density
This test measures lumbar bone density to diagnose osteopenia and osteoporosis.

Package C

Package B + abdominal and pelvic CT (abdominal ultrasonography excluded)

Common
Test

Physical exam
BMI is obtained by measuring the patient’s height and body weight.
Body
composition
analysis
Our body consists mainly of four components: water, protein, fat and bone (inorganic minerals).
By measuring the body composition, we can identify the basic health status of a patient and take proper measures for key risk factors to prevent diseases.
Eye exam
We examine the patient’s vision, intraocular pressure and fundus.
Intraocular pressure is measured with a device that blows pressurized air to measure the pressure inside the cornea and sclera.
Fundus exam is carried out by obtaining an image of the fundus to verify the status of the retina and optic nerve that are located deep inside the eye.
Hearing test
We test if there is any hearing impairment or abnormalities for low to high frequencies.
Chest
radiography
Chest radiography offers an insight into the lungs and heart, and provides information on whether the patient has disorders such as tuberculosis, lung cancer, lung abscess, pleurisy, bronchitis or cardiomegaly. Some clavicular and mediastinum disorders may also be detected.
Cardiac examination
The patient’s blood pressure, pulse rate and ECG are measured.
ECG involves electrical leads being attached to a patient’s hands, feet and chest to measure the electrical changes that occur in the heart, and offers valuable information on whether a patient’s heart has undergone any changes caused by cardiomegaly, arrhythmia and ischemic heart diseases such as myocardial infarction.
Pulmonary
function test
The patient’s lung capacity and forced expiratory volume in one second are measured to evaluate if the patient has any pulmonary or bronchial abnormalities.
This test provides assistance in diagnosing disorders such as bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis and obstructive pulmonary disease.
Blood test
  1. Blood type test ABO & Rh
  2. Complete blood count WBC, RBC, Hb, Platelet, WBC Diff Count
  3. Liver function test This test measures the patient’s liver enzymes (ALT, AST, Υ-GTP), serum total protein, albumin and bilirubin.
  4. Renal function test This test measures the patient’s BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen), creatinine and uric acid levels.
  5. Diabetes test This test measures the patient’s fasting blood glucose and HbA1C levels.
  6. Electrolyte test This test measures the patient’s serum Na, K, Cl, Ca and P levels.
  7. Serum lipid profile This test measures the patient’s serum total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL cholesterol levels.
  8. Hepatitis test This test measures the patient’s antibodies and antigens for hepatitis A, B and C.
  9. Infectious diseases This test covers syphilis and AIDS
  10. Thyroid function test This test measures the patient’s TSH and free T4 levels to identify their thyroid hormone levels.
  11. Cancer marker test This test uses the patient’s blood to screen, diagnose, monitor and predict prognosis. This test covers various gastrointestinal tumors including liver cancer, pancreatic cancer and colorectal cancer as well as prostate cancer (male), lung cancer (male) and ovarian cancer (female).
Urine test
This test uses microscopy for protein, occult blood, ketone levels and white blood cell count to check abnormalities in the kidneys and urinary tract.
Stool test
This test covers ova, parasite and occult blood in the patient’s stool.
Upper gastrointestinal
endoscopy
Patients can choose between upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and upper GI series for the gastrointestinal examination.
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy focuses on checking for abnormalities in the patient’s upper GI tract, and is associated with biopsies to cover inflammation, ulcers and tumors of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Meanwhile, upper GI series requires the patient to drink barium (contrast medium) before taking an X-ray of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Abdominal ultrasonography
This test checks the patient’s liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen that occupy the upper stomach. This test is very effective in detecting biliary stones or early-stage liver cancer.
Liver : Fatty liver, hepatic cyst, liver hemangioma, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis, etc
Gallbladder : Gallstone, gallbladder polyp, cholesterol, gallbladder cancer, cholangiocarcinoma
Kidney : Kidney stone, renal cyst, hydronephrosis, kidney cancer, etc.
Pancreas : Pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, etc.
Spleen : Splenomegaly, metastasis, etc.

Women’s Health Tests

PAP smear
This basic test offers an economic, painless means of early diagnosis of cervical cancer.
Gynecologic
sonography
Gynecologic sonography helps the doctor to identify abnormalities of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Gynecologic sonography also allows the doctor to track changes in the endometrium, and offers diagnostic information on ovarian cyst, ovarian cancer and uterine myoma.
Mammography
(not offered to patients less than 30 years of age)
This test uses X-ray imaging to detect breast cancer and other various diseases that involve the breast.
The breast is pressed to take X-ray images from various angles.
Bone density
This test measures lumbar bone density to diagnose osteopenia and osteoporosis.