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Diagnostic ultrasound, also called sonography or diagnostic medical sonography, is an imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures inside your body. The images can provide valuable information for diagnosing and treating a variety of diseases and conditions.
At Mehrotra Diagnostics, our endeavour is to provide accurate diagnostic services at an affordable price. Facilities include all pregnancy ultrasound, Lower Abdomen / Pelvis, High Resolution USG, Ovulation Study, Transvaginal Study (TVS), Doppler Study, Breast Sonography, Pregnancy (FWB), 4D Ultrasound, Anomaly Scan, NT Scan
- For ultrasounds of the abdominal area, you should fill up your bladder before the test. This involves drinking two to three glasses of water about an hour before the test, and not going to the washroom.
- 4-6 Hours Fasting is required.
- No other special preparation is required
For most ultrasound exams, you will lie face-up on an exam table that can be tilted or moved. The doctor specifically trained to supervise and interpret radiology exams called radiologist or sonographer will position you on the exam table. A water-based gel applied onto the area of the body under examination. Then places a device, called a transducer on the body. The gel eliminates air pockets between the transducer and the skin that can block the sound waves from passing into your body. The device sends high-frequency sound waves that are not audible to human ears called ultrasound into your body. The ultrasound generated by the device bounces off bones and tissues like an echo and is recorded with a microphone and turned into images on a monitor. The radiologist moves the device back and forth over the area until it captures the desired images.
Denser substances like bones give off a better echo than the softer tissue that the body is made up of, and by comparing the echo, an image is generated in a computer and displayed in real time.
Diagnostic ultrasound may be used to:
- Check for pregnancy
- Find out if blood is flowing at a normal rate and level.
- See if there is a problem with the structure of your heart.
- Look for blockages in the gallbladder.
- Check the thyroid gland for cancer or non-cancerous growths.
- Check for abnormalities in the abdomen and kidneys.
- Help guide a biopsy procedure. A biopsy is a procedure that removes a small sample of tissue for testing.
- Ultrasound is safe and painless and does not use ionizing radiation.
- Most ultrasound exams take about 30 minutes.
Various Ultrasound procedures / tests done in Mehrotra diagnostics are:
An abdominal ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate the organs and structures within the abdomen from outside the body. This includes the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, bile ducts, spleen, and abdominal aorta. Abdominal Ultrasounds help doctors see the images of the organs and structures.
Sonomammography (Ultrasound of Breast) Sonomammography or ultrasound of the breast is a non-invasive procedure performed to check the health of breasts and the blood flow to areas inside it. It is an imaging technique that is used to examine and screen for cancer or/and other breast abnormalities. Very high resolution is required in mammography to allow discrimination of fine microcalcifications and morphological features of soft tissue structures such as masses.
Fetal Well Being ultrasound is a test used during pregnancy. It creates an image of the baby in the mother’s womb. It’s a safe way to check the health of an unborn baby. During a FWB ultrasound, the baby’s heart, head, and spine along with other parts of the baby are evaluated.
Polycystic Ovarian Disease
It is basically hormonal imbalance in females associated with androgen excess.
Prevalence = 8-13% of women of reproductive age.
- Anovulatory dysfunction (Delayed or no menstruation)
- Clinical and or biochemical features of hyperandrpgenism.
- Polycystic ovarian morphology on USG.