Shoulder ultrasound is used in order to assess problems with the rotator cuff. You may be advised to do a USG right shoulder screening if you are having issues with your right shoulder.
What is USG Right Shoulder?
USG right shoulder scan is an accurate screening procedure that is used to detect a rotator cuff tear. USG right shoulder is used as an examination that provides fast and real-time diagnosis so that doctors could come up with the best treatment options possible for shoulder problems. USG right shoulder screening is a very helpful tool for doctors, who can get clear views of the structure of the shoulder from the outside.
How is USG Right Shoulder Performed?
USG right shoulder is a test that’s performed in the following way.
- Some radiologist prefer to face the patient, while others choose to stand behind the shoulder, so that they can screen the shoulder comfortably.
- The radiologist would then hold the probe at its end, so that the hand comfortably rests on the patient’s shoulder.
- The probe is then pressed against the shoulder and moved around the area.
- Sound waves produce an image on the screen that is then assessed by the radiologist and a report is generated.
USG right shoulder screening is the perfect way to find out what’s going on inside the body through real-time images.
Side Effects and Risks of USG right shoulder
There are no side effects or risks of a USG right shoulder scan. It is perfectly safe and painless.
Preparation before Performing USG right shoulder
For a USG right shoulder screening, there are no preparations required.
Post-care after USG right shoulder
For a USG right shoulder examination, there are no post-care measures to be taken.
The person can resume normal activities immediately.
Download the mfine app and consult one of our radiologists online, if you’re looking to get a USG right shoulder examination done.