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Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity is carried out with the help of a complex study, which includes: investigation of the liver, gall bladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, retroperitoneal space and adrenal glands.

Symptoms indicating the performance of ultrasound:

  • Yellowed tongue, unpleasant bitter taste in mouth
  • Discomfort in the intestines after eating
  • Attacks of nausea
  • Belching
  • Pain and heaviness in the right hypochondrium
  • Heaviness in the stomach, gas formation
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Overcrowded stomach after eating

Ultrasound diagnosis of the abdominal cavity is carried out for the patient, who is lying in a lying position for 20-30 minutes. The examination is completely painless, excluding all unpleasant sensations. A special gel is applied to the site of the investigation and using an ultrasound sensor that moves slowly in a specific area of ​​the skin, the result of ultrasound is revealed.

To get the most accurate result, the patient should refuse for a couple of days from the use:

  • Beans
  • Bread baked from rye flour
  • Milk
  • Peas
  • All kinds of carbonated drinks
  • Flour dishes
  • Grapes

Having done ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, you can identify the following diseases:

- Acute and persistent hepatitis in the liver; Cirrhosis, cyst, hemangiomas, adenomas-benign, also parasitic cysts, malignant formations;

- The condition of internal organs;

- Increased spleen, inflammation or liver disease;

- Presence of stones in the gallbladder;

- Tumor benign and malignant lesions;

- Acute and chronic pancreatitis in the pancreas;

- Presence of cholelithiasis.

Ultrasound diagnosis is carried out on an empty stomach (do not eat 9-10 hours before ultrasound). The most suitable time is the morning. Patients should refrain from any food, chewing gum, gaseous beverages, flour food. It is desirable for 2-3 days to drink 5 tablets of activated carbon per day.