Radiology is a branch of medical science that encompasses various imaging procedures such as X-ray, MRI, CT scan, and ultrasound. These techniques are primarily used for diagnostic purposes and sometimes for therapeutic purposes as well.
The role of ultrasound examinations is becoming increasingly important in the field of medical imaging. One significant advantage is that it does not involve ionizing radiation. It is a fast and widely available imaging method. For many organ systems, ultrasound is the preferred initial imaging modality.
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Abdominal ultrasound examination provides precise information about the shape and structure of the liver, bile ducts, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen. It also allows for a thorough examination of the kidneys, abdominal blood vessels, and the condition of the intestinal wall.
In pelvic ultrasound, the uterus and ovaries in women and the prostate in men can be examined. The structural changes observed in these organs can provide valuable insights into the origin of diseases.
The arteries running through the neck play a crucial role in the blood supply to the central nervous system. If symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, vision problems, or audible murmurs during auscultation of the arteries are present, a neck ultrasound is recommended.
When there is suspicion of thyroid disorders, ultrasound is usually the first examination performed. Inflammation, enlargement, tumors, or nodules within the thyroid gland can be responsible for both underactive and overactive thyroid function.
It would be incorrect to assume that breast cancer only affects middle-aged women. It is increasingly affecting young women as well, and it can also occur in men.
The advantage of breast ultrasound is that it provides detailed imaging even at a young age, which is why this examination method is recommended for individuals under 35 years old. It not only visualizes abnormalities that may not be detectable by touch, but also provides information about their structure and composition.
Women between the ages of 20 and 35 are advised to undergo annual breast ultrasound screening. After the age of 35, ultrasound is recommended as a complementary examination to mammography (X-ray examination of the breast tissue).
Ultrasound examination does not impose any stress on the body and does not cause any discomfort.
Our specialists make the examined area accessible, and in certain regions (e.g., breast ultrasound), they palpate the specific body part to assess if there are any palpable abnormalities.
During the ultrasound examination, the skin is coated with a special gel that facilitates the propagation of sound waves and enables smooth movement of the ultrasound probe.
Ultrasound is a safe, reliable, painless, and radiation-free procedure. It can be repeated an unlimited number of times.
After the ultrasound examination, patients receive the evaluated report immediately in printed form and also via email.
At Szegi Medical Center, we perform examinations with state-of-the-art Samsung HS60 5D ultrasound equipment, which is currently one of the most advanced diagnostic devices in Hungary.
During the consultation, our trained consultant will perform a suitability test and assess your health condition. They will also develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs. If necessary, our consultant may recommend a medical consultation.
The price of the ultrasound examination is 28,000 forints, which includes the consultation as well. If additional tests are required, our doctors are readily available.
Cervical ultrasound scan 28 000 HUF
Breast Ultrasound Scan 28 000 HUF
Abdominal ultrasound scan 28 000 HUF
Thyroid ultrasound examination 28 000 HUF
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