Provides a live picture of the heart. This examination takes a closer look at the size and shape of the heart and shape of the heart muscle as well as at the competency of the heart valves to determine if the heart has sustained any damages.
Assists in the diagnosis of abdominal pains which can be attributed to liver, gallbladder, or pancreas disease.
This exam is effective in identifying liver or gallbladder disease and depicts right kidney pathology.
Kidney screenings are effective in the early detection of painful kidney stones and potentially cancerous cysts.
Renal artery scans aide in the diagnosis of high blood pressure and kidney disease.
This ultrasound examines the abdominal aorta and aides in the early detection of developing aneurysms.
Thyroid ultrasounds inspect improperly functioning thyroids and can detect potentially cancerous masses or cysts.
Scrotal ultrasounds are typically used to diagnose testicular pain or swelling. It effectively detects potentially dangerous masses on the testicles or scrotum.
Prostate screenings detect disorders, enlargements, or growths which may be early indicators of prostate cancer.
Pelvic ultrasounds aide in the early detection of cervical, uterine, and ovarian cancers. An additional intra-vaginal examination which utilizes a high frequency probe to detect subtle differences between benign and malignant cystic structures is also available.
Breast ultrasounds help diagnose breast abnormalities. They are an effective way to detect difficult to find breast cancers.
Venous ultrasounds are generally used to detect blood clots in the legs or arms. Early detection of clots is ultrasound imperative in the prevention of potentially life threatening conditions.
Carotid artery scans aid in the detection of potentially harmful plaque build-up or blood clots. A doppler ultrasound may be administered to examine the condition and blood flow of the blood vessels.
Arterial duplex ultrasounds examine the lower and upper extremities to assist in the diagnosis of arterial (extremities) narrowing or arterial disease.
*Fasting Prep: Patients are not to eat or drink anything for at least 6-8 hours prior to the following ultrasound examinations:
**Full Bladder Prep: Patients should drink a minimum of 32oz (4 cups) of water prior to the examination. Please refrain from using the bathroom. Full bladder prep is required for the following examinations"