Ultrasound-guided psychological puncture
Ultrasound-guided psychological puncture is an examination which is performed with ultrasound guidance of the position of the needle to make a diagnosis of pathological changes.
The examination is done with recommendation from a physician, most commonly a radiologist, to make a diagnosis of suspicious changes of various organs (breast, thyroid gland, lymph nodes, superficial structures).
The suspicious change that we want to puncture is visualize by ultrasound and is disinfected in the place of puncture. The puncture is then done with a narrow needle and a small section is taken for further analysis.