Ultrasound of head and neck structures are independent diagnostic procedures that allow to study the condition of organs located in this anatomical region. These include ultrasound scanning of the brain, the organ of vision, paranasal sinuses, thyroid and parathyroid glands, salivary glands. Each study has its own indications and areas of application, however, they all help to quickly and non-invasively (without interfering with the body) determine the presence of a pathological process, assess its severity and establish the correct diagnosis. Various types of ultrasound of the structures of the head and neck can be prescribed for headaches and dizziness, visual disturbances, pain and discomfort in the sinuses, tumor-like formations in the cervical region and for other indications.



Echoencephalography (Echo-EG) is an ultrasound examination of brain tissues. The technique makes it possible to assess intracranial pressure, identify volumetric processes that cause displacement of brain structures, but does not make it possible to differentiate the detected pathological formations. It is usually used at the stage of primary diagnosis, preceded by other, more accurate methods…

ultrasound of the thymus gland

Ultrasound of the Thymus Gland

Ultrasound of the thymus gland is a non-invasive examination of the thymus using ultrasound waves. Allows you to get information about the size, shape, location and structure of the thymus gland. It is usually performed in childhood to detect thymomegaly. In older children, indications for scanning are frequent severe colds, unexplained subfebrility and allergic reactions.…

Ultrasound of the eye

Ultrasound of the Eye

Ultrasound of the eye is a method of diagnosing ophthalmic diseases, visualizing the structure of the eye, the condition of the ocular nerves, muscles and vessels, the lens, the retina. It is used as part of a comprehensive diagnosis of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, retinal dystrophy, cataract, glaucoma, eye tumors, injuries, vascular pathologies, neuritis. Several variants…