Ultrasound examination

Ultrasound examination in Valencia or ultrasound today is one of the key methods for diagnosing a wide range of diseases of internal organs. An important role in the success of diagnostics is played by the experience of the specialist conducting the study and the availability of modern equipment.

Valencia clinics are equipped with 3D and 4D ultrasound equipment, which has replaced the traditional 2D examination. Thanks to this, ultrasound in Valencia allows you to get a quick and well decipherable result.

3D\4D devices make it possible to conduct a detailed study of any internal organ, determine the density of tissues, and study blood circulation in real time. All private clinics in Valencia are equipped with such equipment, and it is largely thanks to it that the highest quality of diagnostics in these clinics has become widely known.

Today, ultrasound in Spain, just like in other countries, is most often used to examine the heart, abdominal organs, liver, kidneys and spleen, as well as the pancreas, retroperitoneal space, genitourinary system and gallbladder.

The importance of ultrasound diagnostics of the thyroid gland cannot be underestimated - it is ultrasound that allows you to detect the presence of nodules and cysts in the gland, to assess changes in its size and tissue structure. Determining these and other factors in the early stages helps prevent the development of more serious diseases of the thyroid gland - a very "delicate" organ, which at the same time affects almost all processes in the body.

Ultrasound in gynecology and obstetrics in Russian in Valencia

A Russian-speaking gynecologist works and sees patients at the Ascires Campanar clinic. You can undergo a gynecological examination and ultrasound in Valencia in Russian by making an appointment. Every woman must undergo regular examinations at the gynecologist, however, in some cases, examination alone is not enough to make a clear and correct diagnosis. This happens both due to the anatomical features of the body, and due to the uncertainty of the symptoms. And in these cases, ultrasound allows you to make an accurate diagnosis.

Ultrasound diagnostics is also widely used to control the results of ongoing treatment, assess the patient's condition in dynamics and determine the effectiveness of therapy.