Ultrasound of the urogenital system

      Ultrasonography (US) is often performed as a first-line diagnostic approach in the investigation of many organs and systems because of its availability and easiness of use. Nevertheless, in some medical fields, US may also be the reference imaging technique in comparison with other imaging modalities. This is true in particular when we deal with the urogenital system, where the application of diagnostic US represents not only the preliminary approach but also, at times, the most accurate procedure in defining a pathologic process, such as in the evaluation of renal transplants and testicular disease.
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