Ultrasound examination of the bladder and urinary system in London is performed by a radiologist.
Ultrasound examination in London is performed by a radiologist. Ultrasound is an ultrasound imaging examination of the urinary system, including the bladder, the main purpose of which is to obtain an image of the bladder to assess its condition. Similarly, a morphological (or macroscopic) assessment of the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, prostate (prostate gland) in men is carried out – these organs are closely related. Ultrasound is painless and non-invasive, and provides important information that can help doctors diagnose and determine treatment options.
Ultrasound scans use sound waves of appropriate frequency directed at the body to register an echo. The changes in the sound waves are used to map the patient’s body. The test is performed using a transabdominal probe that simultaneously sends and receives information, and after processing the signal, the obtained digital signal is displayed on the screen. This image can be printed, and in some cases it is possible to record a movie and save it to any medium.
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