Radiologist's advice will help prepare for radiodiagnostic research and diagnostic methods that are used to recognize cancer and when preparing a treatment plan.
- Diagnosis of abdominal organs with ultrasound
Diagnosis is recommended in the morning, on an empty stomach. For diagnosis in the afternoon, only a light breakfast is allowed in the morning, but so that the time interval between meals and study is at least 6 hours. A few days before the diagnosis should be excluded from the diet products that provoke gas formation and flatulence. The study is prohibited after colonoscopy and fibrogastroscopy.
- Diagnosis of pelvic organs and mammary glands
If the procedure is carried through the stomach, then an hour before the study is recommended to drink a liter of still water. If the study is intracavitary, then drinking water is prohibited, since the bladder should be empty. Diagnosis of mammary glands is carried out on any day of the cycle, and to clarify or confirm the diagnosis in the first 7 days of the cycle.
- Diagnosis of the prostate and bladder in men
Before the diagnosis, you must drink a liter of liquid, and 10 hours before the procedure to make an enema. Studies of the lungs, kidneys, thyroid, heart and other organs do not require special preparation, so they can be carried out at any time.
A radiologist is a doctor who specializes in radiography and radiological methods of research. The doctor is engaged in radiation therapy and conducts diagnostics of diseases for the presence of oncology, tumors and other lesions, which have a negative impact on the functioning of the body and the health of patients.