Ultrasound utilizes high frequency sound waves that human beings cannot hear. As it does not use radiation (x-ray), it is regarded as harmless.Pulses of sound are sent from the probe through the skin, which echo or bounce back from the various structures in the body. The echoes are detected by the probe and are sent down the wire to the ultrasound machine, to be displayed as a picture on the monitor.
Ultrasound imaging is used to evaluate many parts of the body, including the abdomen, blood vessels, fetus of pregnant women, superficial body structures, and newborn brain to name only a few.
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