USG CRANIUM/ SKULL
A USG (Ultrasound) Cranium/Skull examination is a diagnostic imaging procedure used to assess the structures and development of the skull and brain in infants and young children. It involves using ultrasound waves to create detailed images of the cranial bones and brain tissue
Duration 10-15 Min.
Feeding: It is advisable to feed your child before the examination to help keep them calm and comfortable during the procedure.
Pacifier or Comfort Item: Bring your child’s pacifier or a comforting item that may help soothe them during the examination, if applicable.
Cooperation and Distraction: If possible, engage your child in activities or bring their favorite toys to help keep them calm and cooperative during the examination. Distraction techniques, such as singing or playing gentle music, may also be helpful.
Consent and Explanation: Depending on the age of your child, it may be beneficial to explain the procedure in age-appropriate language. Reassure your child and obtain their consent to the examination, if appropriate.
Previous Reports: If your child has any previous ultrasound or medical reports related to the cranium or skull, bring them along to provide a complete medical history and assist in the interpretation of the current ultrasound findings.