Ultrasonography - Visualization by Waves
Ayeesha Urooge1, Shafiullah Khan2, Khizerulla Sharief3, Bintee
Koirala4 and Karthik D Yadav5*
1Master of Dental Surgery, Mak Multi-Specialty Dental Care, Kadapa, India
2Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Mak Multi-Specialty Dental Care, Kadapa, India
3Associate professor - Paediatrician, Akash Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Bangalore, India
4Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Consultant at Dental Enclave, India
5Master of Dental Surgery, Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology, KGF College of Dental Sciences, India
*Corresponding Author: Karthik D Yadav, Master of Dental Surgery, Assistant
Professor, Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology, KGF College of Dental
Received: June 15, 2022; Published: July 08, 2022
Ultrasonography is a simple, non-invasive, provides dynamic imaging which helps in diagnosis as well as therapeutic mode of action of the area of interest. Ultrasound device uses a transducer to convert electrical impulses to high-frequency ultrasound waves and the reflected sonic waves is recorded and used for diagnostic purposes. Ultrasonography has proven its worth over the time as the diagnostic modality in the field of medical imaging and is constantly being upgraded by 3D visualization and the use of contrast. However, it still lacks the power of being a primary standalone diagnostic tool. Further, its use as a therapeutic modality is being recognized and appreciated and is soon to become the preferred choice without any adjuncts for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
Keywords:Ultrasonography; Scan; Waves; Diagnostic; Therapeutic; Imaging
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