Ultrasound is an advanced, precise, non-invasive, fast method, without radiation.
It uses a sound of high frequency to create a picture of the detected tissue and it is extremely useful in a fast and precise diagnostics of muscle, tendon and joint injury. For all the muscle and tendon ruptures, tendon inflammation, meniscus cysts etc., it is an excellent tool when setting up a final diagnosis.
High resolution of the ultrasound gives an advantage over other radiological methods when it comes to available tissue such as aortic tendons, patellar tendons, or frontal muscles. Besides that, the ultrasound of the ribs, feet and hand bones show well occult fractures.
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