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Ultrasound

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To properly prepare for your sonography of the abdomen and the pelvic, you must:

  • Examination of the abdomen (liver - gallbladder - kidney). The patient must adhere to the following:

  • Fast for 3 to 6 hours before the examination.

  • It is preferable to drink fluids. You can drink tea and coffee with a piece of toast or bread with white honey or jam.

  • It is strictly forbidden to consume soft drinks and dairy products.

Pelvic examination (bladder - prostate - uterus - ovary)
 

The patient must adhere to the following:

Drinking a lot of non-carbonated fluids and not urinating two hours before the examination.

  • A pelvic ultrasound creates pictures of the organs inside your pelvis. The test can help a healthcare provider diagnose problems in cases like ovarian and uterine tumors.
     

Transrectal ultrasound of the prostate

  • Take enema with warm water without soap.

  • Drinking fluids and eating food are allowed.

  • Not urinating two hours before the examination.

  • Blood test (PSA) is done before the examination in case it was previously asked by your physician.

  • A doctor inserts a probe into the rectum that takes a picture of the prostate

  • A sample of the prostate can also be taken through the rectum as well.
     

4D Ultrasound

  • Ultrasound 3d-4d is the latest technology in the field of medical imaging to get a real photography of the fetus developing in the womb.

  • This has resulted in superior ability to diagnose early and accurately many diseases and fetal abnormalities, which was impossible to know or access.
     

Shear Wave Fibroscan and Elastography

  • Shear Wave Fibroscan and Elastography is the latest technology in medical imaging field.

  • It is one of the most common diagnostic imaging methods used in the diagnosis of tumours in the thyroid, breast, and prostate.

  • Follow-up fatty and cirrhosis liver disease.

  • Is widely used for diagnosis the elasticity of tissues, muscles and ligaments as well as the sports injuries and musculoskeletal diseases.

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