Ultrasound from 20€

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USG of the neck

Ultrasound diagnostics are prescribed to individuals presenting with subjective symptoms, including headaches, migraines, recurrent dizziness, tinnitus, cervical pain, motor weakness, or limbs insensitive to stimuli, episodes of transient syncopal states and presyncopal episodes, memory and cognitive impairments, and an unstable gait.

Indications for ultrasonography of the cervical region also encompass the following aspects:

  • Cervical spine osteochondrosis
  • Epileptic seizures
  • Surgical interventions on cervical vessels
  • Prolonged arterial hypertension
  • Myocardial infarction and cerebrovascular accident
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Impaired hearing and vision
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Pre-surgical assessment
  • Neurocirculatory dystonia
  • Elevated cholesterol levels
  • Sensitivity to meteorological influences Accurate and non-invasive ultrasonographic examination of the body often serves as a means of monitoring adverse pathological states. Therefore, timely and informed diagnostics represent a pivotal factor in ensuring overall health and quality of life.

The significance of neck ultrasonography lies in:

  • Evaluating the permeability of vessels, their deformities, and geometry.
  • Identifying and quantifying plaques and thrombotic clots in neck vessels.
  • The ability to dynamically track pathological processes in vessels and the vascular system.
  • Providing crucial information about the vessel’s involvement, especially significant for pathological conditions.