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Ultrasound diagnosis (ultrasound)

Transvaginal ultrasound: preparation, as do

Ultrasound examination is considered to be one of the most informative and safe methods of studying the internal organs of a person.

Transvaginal cervicitometry of the cervix: how it is conducted and how often do

Cervicometry means a procedure designed to determine the length of the cervix. For this purpose, a special ultrasound device is used.

Hyperechoic formation: with anechogenous inclusions, acoustic shadow, inhomogeneous, avascular

Any area of tissue with increased density for ultrasound waves is a hyperechoic formation. Consider the causes of this phenomenon, types, methods of diagnosis and treatment.

Ultrasound of scrotum and testes

The ultrasound of the scrotum organs starts in the position of the patient on the back with an ultrasonic sensor with a frequency of at least 7 MHz. If it is necessary to visualize the enlarged veins of the lobar plexus, the study is also performed in the patient standing position.

Ultrasound of the cervix

Ultrasound of the cervix is a method that is one of the most informative methods that allow us to identify the main causes of the pathology development not only of the female genital organs but also of the pelvic organs.

Ultrasonic dopplerography of prostatic vessels

Ultrasonic dopplerography of the vessels of the prostate gland is an effective tool for non-invasive evaluation of blood flow in the prostate. To assess blood flow in the prostate gland, as a rule, color speed and energy Doppler.

Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)

Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) is now considered the main method of recognizing prostate diseases.

Elastometry (fibroscanning) of the liver

The method of elastometry of the liver makes it possible to assess the presence of fibrosis by generating vibrational pulses and, judging by the results of computer analysis, to judge the changes in the elastic properties and rates of progression of fibrosis.

Ultrasound in urology

Ultrasound is one of the most accessible diagnostic methods in medicine. In urology, ultrasound is used to detect structural and functional changes in the urogenital organs.

Doppler ultrasound in obstetrics

In recent years, dopplerography has become one of the leading methods of research in obstetrics. The essence of the Doppler effect is as follows. Ultrasonic vibrations generated by piezoelements with a given frequency propagate in the object under study in the form of elastic waves.

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