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All ultrasounds are performed by board certified technicians through ARDMS. Exams will be reviewed by a board certified radiologist with results available within 24 hours.
PREVENTATIVE WELLNESS ULTRASOUND SCREENING- This is an elective ultrasound used to help identify a problem or to check your overall health. No doctor's note is required allowing you to be proactive and take control over your health.
DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND SCREENING- This is a thorough ultrasound exam of a specific area of concern as requested by your doctor. A doctor's note is required and your results will be sent to your ordering physicians.
List of Services
Anatomy, Vascular, Women and Pregnancy Ultrasounds
This scan includes gallbladder, pancreas, liver, spleen, kidneys, aorta and IVC. Common reasons this examination is done is due to pain, checking for gallstones, kidney stones and tumors. Requires 6 hour fasting preparations.
Includes right and left kidney and bladder. Evaluates size, signs of injury, abnormalities, presence of blockages or kidney stones, cyst or tumors, and complications of a UTI. This exam requires a full bladder.
Measures and evaluates the abdominal aorta to look for any abnormalities. Risk factors for AAA include high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, emphysema, obesity, and genetic factors. AAA screening is valuable for anyone 50+ years or 40+ with other risk factors of cardiovascular disease.
Scans for osteoporosis.
Various areas of concern.
This scan include single organs: gallbladder, pancreas, liver, spleen, kidneys, aorta and IVC. Common reasons for a limited abdominal include mass growth, or follow-up on gallstones and kidney stones.
Evaluates causes for swelling, pain or mass.
Scrotal ultrasounds evaluate disorders of testicles, epididymis and scrotum. Common reasons include testicular pain or swelling, cause of infertility or mass. Prostate ultrasounds are commonly ordered due to difficulty urinating or an elevated blood test result. Evaluates a nodule found during rectal exam, detect abnormalities, and enlarged glands.
Commonly ordered due to pain or other symptoms associated with hernia but no hernia or mass is palpable.
Carotid ultrasounds are performed to detect stenosis, abnormal sounds in the neck, diabetes, elevated blood cholesterol or family history of stroke or heart disease.
Examination of lower and upper extremity.
This ultrasound can assist in locating breast tumors or cysts as tiny as a few millimeters in size. It is commonly ordered after a Thermogram or Mammogram that has shown questionable findings. It is also used for women under 30 or are breast feeding to evaluate areas of tenderness or palpable mass. Both breasts are evaluated.
Evaluates the uterus and ovaries. Common reasons a pelvic ultrasound occurs is due to complaints of abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, or evaluate a mass in the pelvis such as fibroid or cyst. This exam is done transabdominally.
Examines only one breast.
Viability (6-13 Weeks)
Transabdominal ultrasound is performed to check on the overall well being of your baby. Limited measurement will be performed.
Nuchal Translucency (11.5-14 Weeks)
Nuchal Translucency is a fluid filled space behind the fetal neck. If too thick, it can indicate possible chromosomal issues with the fetus such as Trisomy 18 or Downs Syndrome. The NT scans look at structures including the brain, stomach, urinary bladder, umbilical cord and limbs. Complimentary HD-Live 4D Recording and 8 colored pictures. Gender determination available upon request.
Fetal Anatomy (18-22 Weeks)
Evaluates the baby's heart, brain, internal organs, spine, limbs, placenta, umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid. Complimentary HD-live 4D Recording and 8 colored pictures. Gender determination available upon request.
Fetal Follow-Up (18-40 Weeks)
Scans for any issues that arise during your pregnancy. Includes limited anatomical structures and issues that require follow-up, fetal growth, and amniotic fluid evaluation. Complimentary HD-Live 4D Recording and 8 colored pictures. Gender determination available upon request.
Antral Follicle Count
Monitor for IVF.
Early Pregnancy-1st Trimester (10-13.6 Weeks)
Transabdominal ultrasound is performed to determine the accurate dating of your baby’s age and due date. Cervix, adnexas, ovaries, placenta, gestational sac, yolk sac, fetal pole, heart rate, head, abdomen, 2 arms, and 2 legs are examined.
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2nd Trimester (17-26 Weeks)
Transabdominal ultrasound used to obtain a complete detailed anatomical scan to evaluate all areas of your baby. Cervix, placenta, brain, abdomen, heart, limbs, spine, diaphragm, internal organs, limbs, umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid are all imaged. Brain structures, long bones, abdomen, and fluid are measured.
Includes a complimentary 4D HD Live recording and 10 colored photos.
3rd Trimester (28-40 Weeks)
Transabdominal ultrasound performed to ensure that your baby is growing at the correct rate, corresponding with your due date. Cervix, placenta, brain, abdominal organs are imaged and basic measurements are performed.
Evaluates fetal heart rate, movement, amniotic fluid, and weight. It is typically ordered when you are past due date. Complimentary HD-Live 4D Recording and 8 Colored pictures. Gender determination available upon request.