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Diagnostic ultrasound

An imaging method that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures within your body. The images can provide valuable information for diagnosing and treating a variety of diseases and conditions. Most ultrasound examinations are done using a sonar device outside your body, though some ultrasound examinations involve placing a device inside your body.

Ultrasound is used for a variety of reasons, including to:

Today there are two types of medical ultrasound:

Advantages of ultrasound in the GVM International

Types of ultrasound examination

GVM International offers its patients more than 50 different types of ultrasound, the most common of which are: 

Risks

Diagnostic ultrasound is a safe procedure that uses low-power sound waves. There are no known risks.

Although ultrasound is a valuable tool, it has limitations. Sound doesn't travel well through air or bone, so ultrasound isn't effective at imaging parts of your body that have gas in them or are hidden by bone. To view these areas, your doctor may order other imaging tests, such as CT or MRI scans or X-rays.

Preparing for an Ultrasound

The following examinations are conducted STRICTLY ON AN EMPTY STOMACH:

 

 DRINK WATER prior to the following exams:

 

NO PREPARATION is required for the following exams:

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