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Activation of ultrasound in the department of oral and Maxillofacial radiology
Ultrasound is one of the methods to diagnose a disease in medical sciences. This method is also called echocardiography and ultrasonography. This method is based on ultrasound and is designed to examine subcutaneous tissues, such as muscles, joints, tendons and internal organs of the body and their lesions. Ultrasound can be used as a primary method for immediate examination of salivary gland lesions, including cysts, tumors, and stones. With the introduction and application of ultrasound in the department of radiology, the school of dentistry has provided the possibility to carry out rapid examination of facial soft tissue lesions and accelerate the process of diagnosis and treatment of patients. In addition, this school has created a background for research activities of the group.