Ph.D. Professor Irakli Avazashvili has more than 40 years of clinical, pedagogical, and scientific experience. Radiologist of the AHT says that his specialty is crucial in diagnosing because it makes it available to discover the disease.
Through ultra-modern equipment, radiologists have the ability to visualize clinical disease. As he explains, unlike clinicians who can doubt about illness, X-rays see them with absolute accuracy.
Irakli Avazashvili completed postgraduate radiology studies in Russia and Belarus. For years, Professor Irakli Avazashvili has been teaching residency in “Radiology”. He invented “Method of Determining the Volume and Perimeter of the Conditional Area of the Large Intestine.” Also, He is the author of 25 scholarly articles and a handbook for students. Irakli Avazashvili is a member of the board of the Georgian Association of Radiologists.