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Space-occupying Lesions And Effusion Lesions Of Dogs

Edit: Henan Tianchi Instrument Equipment Co., Ltd    Date:2018-06-29
The Application of Veterinary Ultrasonography in the diagnosis of Canine Diseases
1.In vivo,space-occupying lesions of the body surface
Space occupying disease is that under normal condition the diseased tissue grows,accumulates in the normal tissue and occupies the original position of the normal tissue,thus affecting the normal development and function of the body.Such as tumors, hematoma,abscesses,cysts,hydatidae and so on,they can occur in the body surface,deep tissue and visceral organs,but wherever they occur,their structure is always very different from normal tissue.Veterinary B ultrasound scanner can find their existence,position,size and even their nature through the view image,and play the role of "scout",so as to provide accurate and effective information for the whole elimination of them.
Space-occupying Lesions And Effusion Lesions Of Dogs
2.Effusion lesions in thoracic,abdominal,pericardial,ventricular,and lumen organs
One of the major characteristics of B-mode ultrasound is that it is absorbed or penetrated almost completely when it encounters liquid tissue during its propagation without reflecting echo,thus presenting the liquid dark area on the sonogram of B-ultrasound section.Under normal circumstances,when effusion appears at where there shouldn't be a place where the liquid accumulates,B-mode ultrasound can accurately show the extent of the fluid accumulation and the visible composition of the liquid.Such as pleural effusion, ascites;pericardial effusion,hydrocephalus; pyelocapyelia;dilatation of bile duct fluid;pathological accumulation of gallbladder or bladder;upper intestinal effusion when intussusception and obstruction;and suppurative effusion.