Rectal probe ultrasound: When is in dinh?

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Rectal probe ultrasound is an ultrasonic technique performed with a specialized ultrasonic probe that allows the evaluation of the uterus, ovaries (females); prostate, chimpanzee sac (male) and components in the subframe with high precision, quickly.

1. What is rectal probe ultrasound?

Probe ultrasound is a common imaging method by high precision. This method is carried out with a dedicated ultrasonic probe that allows the evaluation and detection of abnormal signs.

Rectal probe ultrasound is an intensive ultrasound technique performed by trained doctors in pathology and ultrasound techniques of obstetrics and gynecology, pathology and rectal ultrasound techniques, techniques performed with specialized ultrasonic probes that allow for a review of the uterus , ovaries (female); prostate, chimpanzee sac (male) and components in the subframe with high precision, quickly.

Rectal Probe Ultrasound

Rectal probe ultrasound with biopsy

2. Some common rectal diseases

As one of the parts of the colon, the rectum assumes the main roles of retaining scum, participating in the process of supporting the digestive system and the disposal of excess substances, which are not necessary to get out of the body through the path of ate. When the food is contracted and digested into liquid fluid, it will pass through the small intestine and then the colon and finally the rectum. The bacteria in the colon will receive food and resolve. What is redundant, not useful for the body or not digestable, the rectum will retain.

And the main function of the rectum is bye. If this agency has a problem then the waste in our body will not be pushed out. As a regular position to work with waste, the agency is at risk of contracting dangerous diseases. Some common rectal diseases include:

  • Rectal inflammation: This is a common rectal pathology, which is caused by drinking habits. Besides, the elderly are prone to rectal inflammation due to impaired functioning of the digestive system. Symptoms of the disease include: weight loss, diarrhea, high fever, lower abdominal pain.
  • Rectal sassy: The cause of the disease of rectal sassy is the process of childbirth that causes the rectum to be pulled off; women who have had a zipsectomy will also increase their risk of rectal disease. Besides, the disease is also common in children (congenital form) and the elderly over 60 years old. The manifestation of rectal sassy is easy to recognize. In particular, patients often have symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, congestion several times a day, the body is thin and sick, often with a feeling of lower abdomen.
  • Rectal cancer: Rectal cancer is an extremely dangerous rectal pathology, with a fairly high mortality rate. The causes of rectal cancer are mainly genetics, bad habits that harm the rectum (e.g., drinking, smoking,…) or diseases related to this part when not thoroughly treated.

Rectal inflammation

Rectal inflammation

3. When is rectal probe ultrasound in place?

The method of ultrasound of the rectal probe is in place in the following case:

  • In order to evaluate obstetric and gynecologic diseases in female patients it is not possible to perform an ultrasound method through a vaginal fall.
  • Diagnosis and biotheration in prostate cancer pathology.
  • Consider lesions in the sperm sac, ureter, urethra when there are symptoms of infertility, ionulation of blood, pain when ionling in men,…
  • Assess the lesion on the rectal wall, the cause of fistula and the cause of the tumor in the pelvis.

The method of ultrasound of rectal probes is contraintent in the following cases:

  • In case the person has a severe infection.
  • The patient shows signs of depletion of the body…
  • Suffer from a number of conditions such as cardiovascular, respiratory, coaalysis disorders
  • Have a stenosis of the rectum caused by tumors or by inflammation or internal hemorrhoids.

Is the prostate cyst dangerous

Prostate pathology

4. Steps to conduct rectal probe ultrasound

  • Step 1: The doctor examines the patient's body as a whole to exclude contraining factors of this method.
  • Step 2: Remove and take antibiotics (oral or injectable) before a 1-day bios for the patient (if the patient has a biopedical in prostate cancer) and require the patient to fast at least 6 hours before the procedure and urinate before the ultrasound.
  • Step 3: Guide the position of lying on the left side, knees contracting into the person for the patient, placing intravenous lines, installing a monitor for breathing, pulse, blood pressure, electrocardic, SpO2 and pre-anaesthetic for the patient.
  • Step 4: Conduct rectal ultrasound by gently inserting the probe around the anus. The probe will broadcast the sound and record the signal,
  • Step 5: When there is a suspicion, a biopsy should be carried out under the instructions of an ultrasound via the rectal line. Then, place the biosy sample in the vials containing the patient's solution and number the sampling site on each vial, and then send the biosy samples just biosedically to the anatomy department.

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SEE MORE:

  • Colorectal polyps in children
  • Vaginal rectal fistula: Causes, complications
  • Common levels of rectal sassy

About: Minh Quynh

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