what is ultrasound:
Ultrasound is a sound whose frequency of vibration is greater than the limit detectable by the human ear. You can be considered that it is he who overcomes the 20,000 Hz. By extension, the word ultrasound is also used to refer to various equipment and techniques that use them ultrasound, for example, Doppler ultrasound. Ultrasound has multiple applications and is used in various areas such as industry and medicine.
Ultrasound during pregnancy
Is currently common testing during pregnancy using ultrasound. In a generic way, it also known as ultrasound. Some of the techniques based on the use of ultrasound are structural ultrasound, Doppler ultrasound, and 3D and 4 d ultrasound.
Structural ultrasound is a technique that combines black and white ultrasound, 3D and 4 d ultrasound and color Doppler ultrasound. In medicine, applied to the tracking of the gestation process, used to obtain a full or structural image of the fetus. With structural ultrasound is achieved, for example, measure the level of amniotic fluid, check the development of the organs and detect possible anomalies in the development of the fetus.
4 d ultrasound
4 d ultrasound is a technique used in medicine that produces a sequence of images 3D over time. This technique allows you to view an image in three dimensions in real time.
Non-invasive is a method for the patient. This technique is used, for example, in obstetrics for more detailed tracking of the processes of pregnancy. In addition, it has other uses and is used as a complementary technique for the detection and diagnosis of diseases, such as cancer. They can be, among others, images of the mammary glands and the prostate.
Doppler, also known as Doppler or echo-Doppler ultrasound ultrasound. This special technique that describes the flow of blood in the veins and arteries of the body of the baby which are located in the legs, abdomen, arms and neck.
Ultrasound in aesthetics