Ultrasound examination (USM) is an examination of body tissues by means of ultrasound waves. Regulatory waves are generated and the waves penetrate into the tissues. Ultrasound is reflected as it passes through organs and tissues. These hesitations are detected by a special device in the regulator and converted into an image. The result is a cross-sectional view of a tissue or organ on a doctor's monitor. The institute has a wide range of opportunities for ultrasound examination. There are five devices, many different regulators.
For echo-cardiological examination, for musculoskeletal imaging, for the detection of pathology of internal organs, for the detection of vascular and vascular wall pathology by Doppler examination, for remote examination - in the case of interventions and manipulations, the use of specialized equipment, high results allows you to achieve accuracy and success of procedures.