High Resolution USG Local Area
High-resolution ultrasound (USG) of a local area refers to a detailed ultrasound examination performed on a specific region of the body.
Duration 15-20 min.
- Clothing: Wear loose-fitting clothing that provides easy access to the area being examined. You may be asked to change into a gown to ensure optimal visualization.
- Removal of Accessories: Remove any jewelry, watches, or accessories that may obstruct the ultrasound probe or interfere with the examination.
- Fasting: In most cases, there is no requirement for fasting before a high-resolution USG of a local area. However, specific fasting instructions may be provided if the area being examined is related to the gastrointestinal system.
- Medications: Inform your healthcare provider about any medications you are currently taking. Some medications may need to be adjusted or temporarily discontinued before the examination, depending on the specific local area being assessed.
- Medical History: Provide a comprehensive medical history to the sonographer or healthcare provider. Inform them about any relevant medical conditions, previous surgeries, or specific concerns related to the area being examined.
- Previous Reports: If you have any previous ultrasound or medical reports related to the specific local area, bring them along to provide a complete medical history and assist in the interpretation of the current ultrasound findings.