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Sonoelastography is a unique ultrasonic technology of diagnosis of the tumor process, which makes it possible to visualize three-dimensional tumors, accurately determine the size of the tumor, as well as the extent of the (invasion) into the surrounding tissue.Detection of cancer diseases at an early stage and timely remedial measures greatly increase the chances of a full recovery.
Using this procedure, such bodies can be examined, as the breast, colon, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, prostate, thyroid, bladder, soft tissue, superficial tissues, as well as lymph nodes.The greatest use of this technology is in the early diagnosis of oncological diseases.Held above study using ultrasound scanner, which is equipped with sonoelastograficheskim module.
Hardness and high density neoplasms are indicators of its malignancy.This principle is the basis Sonoelastography.This study is carried out during a routine ultrasound.With the help of a small
Sonoelastography has the following advantages: high diagnostic accuracy in identifying the nature of the lesions, reducing the number of punctures, small-time costs.
Indications for Sonoelastography mammary glands are:
Indications for Sonoelastography thyroid are:
Indications for prostate Sonoelastography:
Indications for Sonoelastography bladder are:
Indications for soft tissue Sonoelastography:
Indications for colon Sonoelastography considered:
Sonoelastography indications to the female genital organs are:
Sonoelastography specific preparation of the patient is not required.The only thing that the patient has to bring to the process - a small towel and wipes (to wipe the gel from the skin).
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