The Comprehensive Guide to FibroScan Liver Tests

Explore the transformative FibroScan liver test, a non-invasive breakthrough in hepatology, enhancing accuracy and patient comfort in diagnosing and managing liver diseases. In the realm of modern medicine, advancements in diagnostic technologies have paved the way for more accurate and patient-friendly approaches to assess various health conditions. One groundbreaking innovation in hepatology is the FibroScan… Continue reading The Comprehensive Guide to FibroScan Liver Tests

Fibroscan Liver Test

FibroScan Liver Test Results Simplified: How to Read FibroScan Reports The FibroScan liver test is a non-invasive diagnostic test that is recommended for patients suffering from all types of chronic liver disease. This test involves the use of a special ultrasound technology called “shear wave elastography.” Shear waves are sound waves that can travel through… Continue reading Fibroscan Liver Test

Echosens Fibroscan Liver Machine

Exploring the Most Popular Echosens FibroScan Liver Machines of All Time The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) certified the Echosens™ FibroScan liver machine in 2013, Back then, there were only 1800 FibroScan devices in existence worldwide. Ten years later, the FDA drastically expanded the indications for Echosens™ FibroScan liver machines. Now, this diagnostic instrument… Continue reading Echosens Fibroscan Liver Machine

Surgical Equipment

Will Ultrasound Tests Performed with FibroScan Replace Traditional Liver Biopsies Performed with Surgical Equipment? Liver biopsy has long been considered the “gold-standard” procedure for diagnosing all types of chronic liver diseases. In this method, surgeons use surgical equipment to manually obtain liver tissue samples for diagnosis. The surgeons then perform a histological evaluation of the… Continue reading Surgical Equipment

Portable Fibroscan Machine Cost

Non-Portable vs Portable FibroScan Machine Costs: Which Machine is More Cost-Effective? A FibroScan machine is a diagnostic device that leverages ultrasound technology to evaluate liver stiffness and fatty content: two of the main markers of liver fibrosis. Liver fibrosis is the abnormal buildup of scar tissue in the liver. These buildups are triggered by all… Continue reading Portable Fibroscan Machine Cost

Fibroscan Machine Price

Why Radiology Centers Should Not Care About High FibroScan Machine Prices FibroScan is an FDA-approved technology that is used to perform millions of non-invasive liver examinations every year, all across the globe. The FibroScan device emits small pulses of energy that can travel through a patient’s liver. The speed of this journey can be used… Continue reading Fibroscan Machine Price

Ultrasound Liver Elastography

Getting Ultrasound Liver Elastography: What to Expect and How to Prepare An “elastography” is a diagnostic test used to evaluate the “elasticity” of organs in the body. An Ultrasound Liver Elastography is a noninvasive diagnostic test that leverages ultrasound technology to evaluate the liver’s elasticity and stiffness. This scan helps healthcare providers diagnose and treat… Continue reading Ultrasound Liver Elastography


The Critical Role of FibroScan in Treating Liver Diseases FibroScan is a non-invasive diagnostic device that uses ultrasound-based technology to assess the “stiffness” of the liver. This diagnostic method is also known as liver elastography and it’s highly effective in revealing how stiff, fatty, and inflamed a patient’s liver is. How It Works The FibroScan… Continue reading FibroScan

Loss Of Domain (Complex Hernia)

Decoding Loss of Domain in Complex Hernia Cases: The Most Important Measurement in Modern-Day Hernia Surgery Loss of domain (LOD) is a term used in hernia literature to describe the ratio of peritoneal content located in the hernia sac. The LOD ratio expresses the relationship between the hernia and the residual abdominopelvic cavity and it… Continue reading Loss Of Domain (Complex Hernia)

Abdominal Wall Reconstruction (AWR)

Why Abdominal Wall Reconstruction (AWR) is Taking Over the World of Hernia Treatment Abdominal Wall Reconstruction (AWR) is a surgical procedure that involves repairing/replacing weak spots in the abdominal wall tissue. It is an emerging subspecialty within general surgery and is widely viewed as the ideal technique for repairing a wide range of hernia defects.… Continue reading Abdominal Wall Reconstruction (AWR)

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