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Will ultrasound show gallstones

Friday,April 13,2018

Ultrasound in the gallbladder uses high frequency sound waves to produce live images from the patient. This is a painless test and is very common today in the medical field. Ultrasound is sometimes referred to as an ultrasound chart, diagnostic ultrasound, or ultrasound. A medical professional who performs ultrasound is called a sonographer.

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Due to the high energy and frequency (over 20,000 Hz), according to the wave equation v = ft, the wavelength of the ultrasound is very small, so the ultrasound is very useful for diagnosing different organs of the human body.

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Why you need to have a full bladder for an ultrasound?
Diagnostic imaging allows the physician to observe the internal structure without having to operate on the body. Advances in imaging are important for helping accurate diagnosis and treatment options, which is beneficial to doctors and their patients. At the same time, as a patient who needs ultrasound, you may feel uneasy because of some guidelines. Here, we would like to discuss why your doctor may recommend that you reach the ultrasound full bladder.

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Why and when do Obstetric Ultrasound

Wednesday,March 14,2018

Ultrasound scanning is currently considered as a safe, non-invasive, accurate and cost-effective study of the fetus. It has gradually become an indispensable obstetric tool and plays an important role in the care of every pregnant woman.

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Ultrasound is the main part of modern obstetrics practices and if you are pregnant, you may have some of them. Personally, I found it very reassuring to check my baby at a critical point in my journey.

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Using safe sonic energy and instructions, a team of researchers unveiled a series of tiny devices to diagnose and treat diseases.

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A new study published in the January issue of the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine showed that three-dimensional Doppler ultrasound can be more accurate than standard two-dimensional Doppler ultrasound to identify abnormal fetal cerebrovascular blood flow patterns of fetal growth Limit (FGR).

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Japanese researchers point out that recent advances have led to the rise of ultrasound and MRI patterns, making them the tool of choice for diagnosing and monitoring disease activity in RA patients.

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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is a local swelling or enlargement of blood vessels that carry blood to the abdomen (stomach), pelvis and leg. AAA patients risk of sudden death due to AAA rupture (burst). 

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Using computer control, operators have access to views that may not be able to use ordinary two-dimensional ultrasound scans. Three-dimensional ultrasound is rapidly emerging from the research and development stage.

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