Ultrasound examination of the abdominal organs is a superficial and painless diagnosis of organs and soft tissues, which does not involve surgical or any other intervention. The technique gives almost 100% information about the state of health of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract, their localization and form, changes in structure, deviations in functioning, including after traumas, and the appearance of tumor neoplasms. During the procedure, the doctor examines the internal organs located below the diaphragm. Based on the findings, the physician can diagnose and prescribe the optimal treatment.
Direct and first indications for ultrasound diagnosis of the abdominal cavity and retroperitoneal space are:
Doctors of gastroenterologists recommend an ultrasound examination of the abdominal organs every year.
Such a preventive measure will allow timely detection of the disease and therapeutically prevent its development at an early stage.
Examination of the abdominal organs with ultrasound waves is an absolutely safe diagnosis, which is prescribed, including to young children and women during pregnancy or lactation.
Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity allows you to visualize and assess the condition:
Ultrasound diagnosis of the abdominal space allows the physician to reliably identify the following pathologies and diseases:
Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity requires a small advance preparation.
On the degree to which the patient carefully observed the doctor’s recommendations before the study, the correctness of his results depends, to a large extent, on the diagnosis.
Ultrasound diagnosis of the peritoneal and retroperitoneal organs takes no more than 15-20 minutes.
The results of the study can be briefly explained by the doctor-diagnostician or the already treating doctor in the course of the next appointment.
The ultrasound in the Center for Progressive Medicine «AVICENNA MED» has many advantages:
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