The Onco Full Body check-up is strongly recommended for people who have risk factors for developing an oncological pathology—even if they have no symptoms—, either because they have a family history of cancer and/or are smokers or ex-smokers.
What it is
Most noteworthy medical tests
Medical consultation. Coordination, follow-up, delivery of results and monitoring
Blood and urine analysis profile
Analysis of tumour markers
Abdominal and renal ultrasound
Mammography (Women. Optional)
Vesico-prostatic study (Men)
Full cardiological and pulmonary examination
Cranial, thoracic and abdominal MRI
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