When examining the internal organs, one can evaluate not only their structure, the presence of pathological formations, but also the state of blood supply to the organs themselves and pathological foci, anomalies of the vessels supplying these organs, the presence of atherosclerotic plaques, aneurysms, ischemia, venous stasis.
Often the pain is felt not where the "diseased" organ itself is located. For example, heart pain can be felt in the stomach and vice versa. Or the woman’s ovaries “fell ill”, but in fact the focus of the disease is in the intestines. The ultrasound SMI examination of vessels up to 0.3 mm in size is of great benefit. In emergency conditions, it is important to look at the intestines - this also allows you to identify the focus of the disease, especially in gynecology. The advantage for the patient is that an experienced doctor can see all the organs of a person. We give consultations to the patient and doctors of related specialties.