Ultrasonography of abdominal cavity

  • Abdominal pain, both acute and chronic nature;
  • Enlarged abdominal cavity circumference;
  • Abdominal cavity injury;
  • Jaundice;
  • Bleeding in gastrointestinal tract, urinary and genital tract;
  • Difficulty in passing urine and faeces;
  • Vomiting;
  • Diarrhoea;
  • Urinary tract infection;
  • Loss of body weight;
  • Anaemia;
  • Sustained elevated body temperature of unclear aetiology;
  • Increased OB;
  • Menstrual irregularities;
  • Early and delayed puberty;
  • Pregnancy - normal and pathological, including assessing if the foetus is still alive and some birth defects;
  • Infertility;
  • Other– to explain the abnormal results of clinical research abdominal cavity or additional tests.

Ultrasonography of neck organs

  • Symptoms of, and underactive, thyroid;
  • Enlarged neck circumference;
  • Deformation of the neck with palpable tumour;
  • Shortness of breath;
  • Other.

Testicular ultrasonography

  • Testicular pain;
  • Enlarged scrotum;
  • Testicle or epididymis tumour;
  • Leakage from the urethra.

Ultrasound of joints and ligament:

  • Birth defects and infant disease of the hip joint;
  • Injuries to joints and tendons;
  • Rheumatic arthritis;
  • Deformation and swelling of the joints.

Nipple ultrasound

  • Perceptible tumour;
  • Leakage from the nipple;
  • Enlarged axillary lymph nodes;
  • State after mastectomy (removal of the breast);
  • Supplementing mammography.