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Ultrasound diagnostic of muscle and joint disorders

Ultrasound diagnostic of muscle and joint disorders

Ultrasound is an advanced, precision, non-invasive, fast method, with no radiation. It uses high-frequency sound to create a picture of detected tissue and is extremely useful in the fast and precise diagnosis of muscle, tendons, and joints. For all muscle ruptures, tendon ruptures, tendon inflammation, joint inflammation, cystic meniscus and similar is an excellent tool when setting up a final diagnosis.

High resolution gives ultrasound the advantage over other radiological methods when it comes to available tissue such as aortic tendon, patellar tendon, or frontal muscle. In addition, the occult fracture of the ribs, fist bones and foot bones is well presented by the ultrasound.

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