When using a veterinary B-type animal test, understand what a veterinary B-type is, starting with the depth and size of various organs or lesions, the shape of the organ, the surrounding organs, the nature of the disease, the active veterinary use of each organ B-check content.
1.The depth, size, diameter, or area of each organ or lesion, such as intrahepatic portal vein, hepatic vein diameter, bile duct diameter, wall thickness and heart size, mitral valve orifice, tricuspid valve area.
2. The location of each organ and lesions and their relationship with the surrounding organs check, such as checking whether the organ is sagging or displaced, organ-specific lesions, the relationship between the lesions and the surrounding blood vessels and whether the pressure or invasion around the blood vessels. Organ morphology and contour, if it is interstellar disease, veterinarian B will prompt a capsule.
3. Observe the nature of the condition with a veterinary B ultrasound: Lesions identified as internal echoes (the presence or absence of echoes, the intensity, thickness and distribution of echoes, etc.) are cystic, based on the ultrasound images of the internal organs, and the veterinary lesions Wall thickness, internal detachment and papillary material, thin liquid in capsules, etc.), large amounts (density or no density) or gases.
4. Observation of organ activity: liver and kidney have respiratory movement, abdominal mass (deep) no respiratory activity; cardiac structure activity. Others often observe blood circulation.