Ultrasound of the male genitals is a complex of ultrasound examinations performed in order to detect diseases of the reproductive system in men. The main types of diagnostics include ultrasound of the prostate gland (transabdominal, transrectal, combined), ultrasound of the scrotum (testicles, appendages of the testicles, spermatic cords), ultrasound of the penis. If necessary, the echography of the genitals is supplemented by a Doppler examination of the vessels. Ultrasound of the male genital area is indispensable for detecting developmental abnormalities, inflammatory and tumor diseases, injuries, causes of infertility and erectile dysfunction. Punctures and biopsies of the genitals are performed under ultrasound control.

penis ultrasound

Penis Ultrasound

Penis ultrasound is a diagnostic procedure that visualizes the internal structures of the male genital organ: spongy and cavernous bodies, the protein membrane, vessels. The results are informative for erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, tumors, hematomas and inflammation of the organ. Penis ultrasound is performed independently and in combination with Doppler ultrasound of blood vessels, with…

scrotal ultrasound

Scrotal Ultrasound

Scrotal Ultrasound is a diagnostic study that allows you to assess the size, structure of the testicles and appendages, the structure of the scrotum wall, the volume of fluid produced by the testicles and prostate gland. The technique is shown in the framework of the diagnosis of infertility, erectile dysfunction, disorders of sexual development and…

prostate ultrasound

Prostate Ultrasound

Prostate ultrasound is an echographic visualization of the structure of the prostate and adjacent organs (bladder, seminal vesicles). It is used in the diagnosis of adenomas, cysts, cancer, sclerosis, prostate microabcesses, prostatitis. Prostate ultrasound is performed by transabdominal (through the abdominal wall) or transrectal (through the rectum) access. In case of urination disorders, it is…