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"Professional ultrasound is the third eye of urologists".
The sentence well interprets the important position of professional ultrasound in urology, and it also indicates that professional ultrasound is one of the basic skills that should be mastered by urologists. For beginners in urology, they have poor basic knowledge of ultrasound. Currently, there are wide fields for the clinical work of urinary ultrasound.
Therefore, only with a better grasp of professional ultrasound technology, can urologists make better use of wireless ultrasound transducers to serve patients better!
Why does ultrasound is needed in the urinary? - "It is the icing on the cake for clinical work."
Large ultrasound machine
Wireless handheld ultrasound scanner from Stork - Lite series
Urogenital ultrasound examination
Cyst puncture for prostate
Iodine-125 seed implantation for prostate cancer
Cryotherapy for prostate cancer
Assisted ultrasound for partial nephrectomy
Percutaneous kidney operation
Kidney cyst puncture
Flexible ureteroscopic examination
(1) Sagittal scanning (longitudinal section)
(2) Horizontal scanning (cross-section)
(3) Oblique scanning (oblique section)
(4) Coronal scanning (coronal section or frontal section)
Sagittal Horizontal Oblique Coronal
Orientation of image (a supine position as an example)
Longitudinal: left-up, right-down, up-front, down-back
Horizontal: left-right, left-right, up-front, down-back
Anechoic (bile, urine, blood, ascites)
Hypoechoic (renal cones, etc.)
Isoechoic (liver, spleen, pancreatic parenchyma, etc.)
Hyperechoic (tendon, diaphragm, fibrous scar, etc.)
Strong echo (bone, stones, lungs with air, etc.)
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