Ultrasound allows the diagnosis of various types of diseases by using ultrasonic waves.
The method has many advantages, including non-invasiveness, and no use of ionizing radiation and contrast media.
Ultrasound is based on the use of ultrasounds, carried through a probe that is simply rested on the skin previously pre-geled to promote the propagation of the ultrasound and then maneuvered by the physician.
It has no contraindications, is accurate and reliable and can be widely used for diagnostic use.
In this method, ultrasounds and no X-ray are used.
Objects of the abdominal organs, neck, muscles, joints and breast are obtained.
It is used in particular to detect any lesions present within certain organs, muscles, tendons and blood vessels, as well as extensive use in the gynecological field.
This method of investigation can be performed during pregnancy because the ultrasound is completely harmless and has no contraindication.