Unfortunately, or fortunately for ultrasound all depends on the doctor's experience, qualifications, and just the desire and time to understand, in What's the problem. So the doctor must assess during the study and write in prison, respectively. In this article I will focus only on the abdominal organs, since I am not an expert in the field of urology and gynecology. Let's start with the liver. On examination, the physician should evaluate the size of the position of the body structure of the tissue (parenchyma), with availability changes. Be sure to examine the intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile ducts, indicating their diameter and the presence of impurities.
If your doctor tells you that he sees signs of liver inflammation or hepatitis, then be sure to ask what. Indirect sign of hepatitis (inflammation) may be an increase in liver collapsed gallbladder with a wall thickness of 3 mm. If you say that your liver can see some bands or blurring gepatatsitov you should doubt the veracity of the doctor. It is also a worrying sign is the fact that the doctor can not visualize (see) the liver, intrahepatic (equity protki, segmental visible only when their expansion) and extrahepatic bile ducts, because a lot of gas in the intestines (the so-called aerokoliya), you fat, inconvenient and unpleasant just the patient, ask a lot of irrelevant questions. Liver and bile ducts (except for the segmental) can be seen almost invariably. Next on stage gallbladder. With his description of the need to evaluate size, wall thickness, luminal contents homogeneous or not (contains foreign matter or does not).