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.
If pathological formations are found in soft tissues, internal organs, pathologically altered lymph nodes, their blood flow can be assessed using the SMI mode, which allows you to see small vessels with the slowest blood flow velocities, invisible under Doppler modes and make an idea of the likelihood of a malignant or benign pathology.
When examining the mammary glands in women, especially in the presence of complaints, it is useful to check the thyroid gland, since a violation of its function very often enhances the manifestations of mastopathy and in many cases, mastopathy may be the first symptom of chronic autoimmune inflammation of the thyroid gland, which during normal external examination and palpation can be imperceptible.
If pathological changes in the structure of the pancreas are detected, especially asymptomatic ones, it is useful to check the thyroid gland to exclude chronic thyroiditis, which is invisible during a routine examination and may be accompanied by a decrease in thyroid function, asymptomatically.
We conduct such a study as planned (at the 12th, 20th, 35th weeks) and in urgent conditions on the part of the mother and fetus at any time.
Monitoring the growth and maturation of follicles in the ovaries and the dynamics of endometrial changes in different phases of the menstrual cycle. With a 28-day cycle, the examination is carried out on the 7th, 14th, 21st day from the beginning of menstruation.
The treatment of any disease is based on its prognosis and the capabilities of modern medicine. In the early stages, when there may also be no pain, treatment is most effective.
Starting from the age of 35, women are recommended to conduct an ultrasound of the mammary glands annually. Some oncologists recommend an ultrasound of the breast 2 times a year, because in the mammary gland the disease proceeds rapidly and rapidly.
Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity includes examination of the walls of the stomach and intestines, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen, and abdominal aorta.
In fact, the "diseased" kidneys themselves rarely cause pain. Most often, kidney pain is associated with urolithiasis. It is important not to miss the chronic expansion of the renal pelvis, leading to kidney degradation.