Urinary tract ultrasound is a complex of echographic studies, including assessment of the state of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra. It is used to detect a wide range of urological diseases (developmental abnormalities, infectious processes, volumetric formations, urolithiasis, etc.). Ultrasound examination allows to clarify the structural and anatomical features of the urinary tract (position, size, echostructure, presence of additional formations, etc.), to assess urodynamics. In some cases, for better visualization of pathological changes, the study should be carried out with a full bladder.

kidney ultrasound

Kidney Ultrasound

Kidney ultrasound is a diagnostic procedure during which the structure, size and location of the kidneys are visualized using high-frequency sound waves. The results allow us to identify urolithiasis, tumors and cysts, purulent lesions, anomalies in the development of a paired organ. Kidney ultrasound is performed as an independent study and in combination with ultrasound…

bladder ultrasound

Bladder Ultrasound

Bladder ultrasound is a scan of the bladder by acoustic waves propagating during ultrasound radiation. It is indicated for suspected inflammation, stones, foreign bodies, diverticula or neoplasms, to study the patency of the ureters. A full bladder is needed for examination. Examination of the bladder is usually performed through the front wall of the abdomen…