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Diagnostic ultrasound


Effective imaging tests without radiation” An ultrasound scan uses high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. We use ultrasounds to capture real-time images of the structure and movement of the body’s internal organs, as well as blood flow through blood vessels. Ultrasound imaging tests for pregnancy

The type of ultrasound imaging test most patients are familiar with is fetal ultrasound. We use ultrasounds during pregnancy to evaluate the health of an unborn baby inside the mother’s womb. Sometimes your doctor may order another type of ultrasound called a biophysical profile to monitor a baby’s health in the last trimester of pregnancy. Ultrasounds can give us information about many health conditions. Some of the types of ultrasounds we offer include:

Abdominal Ultrasound, which helps us diagnose conditions like abdominal masses, gallstones, kidney stones or liver disease.

Bladder ultrasound, which we use to diagnose conditions like bladder inflammation, bladder obstruction, and bladder masses (both cancerous and noncancerous).,

Breast ultrasound, which we use to evaluate whether a breast lump is solid or filled with fluid.,

A pelvic ultrasound, which helps us diagnose problems like fibroids and disorders of the ovaries.,

Prostate ultrasound, which gives us information about conditions like benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, and prostate cancer.

Soft-tissue mass ultrasound, which helps us diagnose problems like cysts (fluid-filled pockets of tissue) and Lipomas,

Scrotal ultrasound, which creates images of the scrotum and testicles.

Thyroid ultrasound, which produces images of the thyroid to help us diagnose thyroid disorders,

transvaginal ultrasound, which gives us detailed views of the uterus, the uterine lining, and the ovaries.

Echocardiography is a type of Ultrasound scan used to look at the heart and nearby blood vessels. An echocardiogram can help diagnose and monitor certain heart conditions by checking the structure of the heart and surrounding blood vessels, analyzing how blood flows through them and assessing the pumping chambers of the heart. These are  available every Saturday


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