Types of Ultrasound
An ultrasound performed on women to confirm pregnancy, and follow the fetus’ development. Obstetrical Ultrasounds can also detect vaginal bleeding, fetal malformation, and more.
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A scan that is done on women to help identify an elevated risk of Down syndrome in a fetus
An ultrasound for women to determine if there are any abnormalities in the uterus that may pose complications regarding pregnancy or for abnormal pre menopausal bleeding, post menopausal bleeding, or incidental suspicious findings in a woman's uterus lining.
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Performed to view the tissues and organs in the pelvis and lower abdomen. Pelvic ultrasounds are used for providing an overview of the pelvic organs and bladder.
This is a pelvic ultrasound for women to view the reproductive system, particularly the uterus and ovaries.
This type of ultrasound is conducted to show the organs and tissues in the abdominal area.
Performed to inspect the thyroid gland to locate any lumps or thyroid malfunctions.
Scrotal ultrasounds are done to evaluate testicular disorders or to locate any palpable lumps or masses in the scrotum.
An ultrasound that evaluates the genitourinary system (kidneys and bladder)
For inspection of the size, shape and location of the kidneys. It can also determine the amount of blood flow to the kidneys.
An ultrasound to examine the bladder. Often this is done when a patient has bladder issues such as difficulty urinating, blood in the urine, or structural abnormalities of the bladder.
A transrectal or prostate ultrasound is often done to detect any disorders within the prostate, its size or any abnormal masses. It can also help to determine possible causes for a man’s infertility.
Follicular monitoring is done to assess the number of follicles in the ovaries and the endometrial lining in a woman who is trying to become pregnant.
An ultrasound often done during pregnancy to provide a three-dimensional look at the fetus. 3D Ultrasound is also used to assess uterine anatomy in patients who have difficulty conceiving or experience recurrent miscarriages.
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