What is ultrasound?

It is a term used to describe the act of inserting a small needle into the abdomen to produce a small amount of ultrasound in order to detect an infection or abnormal change in the shape or size of the abdomen.

In some cases, this may be a small incision to be made, or a small surgical incision.

In others, it may be made from a small, open incision or an incision made from the inside out.

It is not uncommon for people to have a problem with their ultrasound.

Some may feel as though they cannot have the ultrasound because of discomfort.

If this is the case, it is important to talk to your GP about whether you have any symptoms.

However, for some people it is also possible to have an infection that is caused by the abnormal change of the shape of the abdominal wall.

The condition is known as retroperitoneals.

It is not life threatening and most people who have it will get better over time.

In some cases of retroperitonitis, the symptoms can be caused by a benign condition, such as a tumour.

For these people, it might be possible to use a small instrument like a scalpel to remove the tumour without causing any problems.