What diseases can be diagnosed?
Ultrasound examination of the spleen is an informative examination of the organ, which is located in the left hypochondrium and acts as a filter, contributes to the formation of immunity, it accumulates iron (which is necessary for the formation of hemoglobin) and is the so-called blood reservoir. Ultrasound diagnostics is safe, has no contraindications and detects:
- increase in size, change in shape and location;
- presence of concretions, cysts, and neoplasms;
- hematological diseases.
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When should you undergo ultrasound of the spleen?
It is advisable to undergo the examination in the following cases:
- in case of injuries and bruises;
- in case of abnormalities as a result of a blood test (hemoglobin, white blood cells);
- pain or discomfort in the left hypochondrium;
- signs of anemia (dizziness, pale skin, etc.).
How does the spleen ultrasound procedure work?
For better visualization of the organ, the examination requires special preparation: 1-3 days before the examination, it is necessary to refuse foods that cause excessive gas formation and to do the examination on an empty stomach (or 3-4 hours after the last meal). Without preparation, it is carried out in case of emergency.
For examination, the patient lies down on his/her back or right side with his/her left hand behind his/her head, and the skin is smeared with a special gel. It is carried out using an ultrasonic sensor. The examination does not cause pain or discomfort, lasts 15-20 minutes.