Ultrasound examination (ultrasound) is a highly informative, non-invasive, mobile, painless method of visualizing human organs and tissues, widely used in all areas of modern medicine. Ultrasonic waves propagate in the environment with a frequency of more than 20,000 Hz. The propagation velocity of an ultrasonic wave is determined by the density and elasticity of the medium. The average velocity of ultrasound propagation in the tissues of the human body is 1540 m / s - most ultrasound diagnostic devices are programmed at this speed.
K + 31 Clinic has stationary and portable ultrasound devices of the expert and premium class of leading manufacturers of ultrasound equipment (Toshiba, General Electric, Mindray), with a wide range of diagnostic capabilities, an excellent degree of imaging, with Doppler imaging programs, panoramic scanning, and 3D imaging in real time.
The Toshiba Aplio MX premium ultrasound devices installed in the clinic include all the innovative ultrasound imaging technologies, have a number of unique features that allow you to receive gray-scale images of unprecedented quality with an exceptionally detailed study of tissue and organ structures regardless of their location and constitutional features of the patient.
These technologies include ApliPure and ApliPure + - real-time complex scanning modes with simultaneous noise elimination, Differential THI differentiated tissue harmonics, Precision Imaging technology - simultaneous processing of many adjacent ultrasound lines. Aplio MX allows you to conduct all currently known ultrasound in spectral and color Doppler modes.
The system has a unique Toshiba technology - Advenced Dynamic Flow (ADF) - improved dynamic flow. The technology allows you to get an image of the vascular bed up to the capillary network with high spatial and temporal resolution. Aplio MX has special programs for recognizing and quantifying changes in internal organs. This is elastography, which allows a quantitative analysis of the elastic properties of organs and tissues; an unparalleled method for detecting calcifications (Micropure), which are potential markers of malignant tumors of the mammary glands and other organs. The Aplio MX ultrasound system has special features for reconstructing images, including panoramic and three-dimensional; a number of specialized programs for contrast studies, obstetric and cardiological studies, including a program for conducting steress echocardiography.
In K + 31 all current ultrasound methods of research are carried out:
- abdominal organs;
- kidneys and adrenal glands;
- thyroid, mammary and salivary glands;
- lymph nodes;
- eyes and eye sockets;
- pelvic organs in men and women;
- organs of the scrotum and penis;
- soft tissues and joints;
- triplex scanning of the main vessels and vessels of internal organs;
- Doppler echocardiography and stress echocardiography;
- Ultrasound during pregnancy in all trimesters;
- Dopplerography of the uteroplacental and fetal blood flow;
- building a three-dimensional image of the fetus or any organ;
- ultrasound guidance for minimally invasive interventions.
The experience of specialists in ultrasound diagnostics shows that even in the absence of complaints and the well-being of patients, during the ultrasound examination, one or another deviation from the norm is found in various structures and organs.