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Gynecological ultrasound plays a fundamental role in the early detection of gynecological alterations and especially in ovarian cancer. It also allows the application of less aggressive and more effective treatments.


Ultrasound or ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to look at organs and structures within the body.

During pregnancy, doctors use ultrasound tests to examine the fetus.

Unlike x-rays, ultrasound does not involve radiation exposure. During the scan, your gynecologist moves a device called a transducer over some part of your body. The transducer sends sound waves that bounce off tissues inside the body. The transducer also captures the bouncing waves. Images are created by means of these sound waves.


transvaginal ultrasound.


It is a type of pelvic ultrasound used to examine a woman's genital organs, including the uterus, ovaries, cervix, and vagina. Transvaginal means through or through the vagina.

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