Kamil Biringer, Jana Siváková, Katarína Fiolková, Michaela Hrtánková, Ján Danko
Ultrasound assessment is the most common imaging modality in gynaecology. Its undisputable advantages are based
on its non-invasiveness, the possibility to repeat examination to observe the development of organs and the dynamics
of the disease, the minimum burden for the organism, the short duration of the examination, the excellent reproducibility,
and the use of different modes of imaging. The childhood, and especially the adolescence, is a specific
period characterised by significant anatomical and functional changes in female genitalia. The authors provide essential
knowledge for the use of ultrasound diagnostics in paediatric gynecology.