Musculoskeletal ultrasound is a modern technique that allows you to examine any articular joints, vertebral segments, paraarticular soft tissues. Ultrasound data are widely used for the diagnosis of rheumatic diseases, monitoring the activity of the process and evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic measures. In rheumatic diseases, an examination of symmetrical joints is usually carried out. This approach makes it possible to compare the structure of joints, more accurately assess the severity of pathological changes and identify signs of inflammation that are not accompanied by clinical symptoms.

lumbar spine mri

Lumbar Spine MRI

Lumbar spine MRI is a diagnostic method that allows you to get an exhaustive picture of the studied area with detailed visualization of anatomical structures. Indications The lumbar spine includes 5 consecutive vertebrae, which are separated by intervertebral discs. Then it is followed by the sacral section, consisting of 5 vertebrae fused into one common bone,…

shoulder joint ultrasound

Shoulder Joint Ultrasound

Shoulder joint ultrasound  – ultrasonography of the structures of the shoulder joint: cartilaginous articular lip, articular capsule, muscle tendons and ligaments. It is prescribed for the diagnosis of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid and reactive arthritis, synovial cysts, shoulder injuries, bursitis, tendovaginitis. Scanning of the joint is carried out at rest and in the process of conducting dynamic…

elbow joint ultrasound

Elbow Joint Ultrasound

Elbow joint ultrasound is an echographic examination that allows you to visualize the joint cavity, joint capsule, tendons, ligaments and other soft tissue structures. It is used in the diagnosis of diseases of the elbow joint and paraarticular tissues: arthritis of rheumatic and non-rheumatic etiology, osteoarthritis, epicondylitis, bursitis, tenodovaginitis, injuries, compression of the ulnar nerve.…

knee ultrasound

Knee ultrasound

Knee ultrasound is a method of hardware diagnostics of the articulation of the lower limb formed by the articular ends of the femur and tibia and the patella. It allows to identify traumatic processes, inflammatory lesions, degenerative-dystrophic changes in bone-cartilaginous elements and periarticular soft tissues. It is carried out in anterior (longitudinal and transverse) and…