Breast ultrasound

It facilitates the detection of pathological changes in the breasts – both benign and malignant. It is safe and can be repeated at will, unlike mammography.

It is recommended that breast ultrasound is performed prophylactically once a year in women under 40 years of age. In turn, in the case of older people, it can be a supplement to the mammogram.

Breast ultrasound is also performed when the doctor or the patient herself has noticed any nodules or other thickening, changes in the nipples or leaks in the nipples. The examination is performed with a high resolution camera for 3D/4D tests

Transvaginal ultrasound

This is a basic diagnostic method in modern gynaecology. It allows to assess the structures of both ovaries, mucous membrane (endometrium) and cervix.

It is much more accurate than an examination through the abdominal wall and can detect tumors, myomas, cysts or other small pelvic lesions. It is also the basic method of detecting polycystic ovarian syndrome.

It is made with a high-resolution GE Voluson E8 Expert camera with 3D/4D and Doppler imaging capabilities (vascular flow examination).

Gynecological ultrasound can be performed at any time in the cycle. It usually lasts several minutes and is not painful, but in some women it causes some discomfort.

Transvaginal ultrasound is performed as a basic element of gynaecological examination and is also an ultrasound examination in the first trimester of pregnancy.