Ultrasonic waves are used in the diagnostic process of ultrasound to produce an image study. This means that during ultrasonography, we can see internal images of the patient’s body. Contrary to several other imaging methods, such as x-rays, ultrasonography does not involve radiation.
PRAH has a very helpful tool for assessing internal organs in animals is veterinary ultrasonography. It can spot changes in the heart and other abdominal organs as well as help identify any cysts and tumours that might be present. As they show the size, dimensions, and location of the organ, x-rays are frequently used in conjunction with ultrasounds.