What Do I Need To Know About USG?
Sonography is a diagnostic medical check that uses high-frequency sound waves, that’s co-jointly referred to as ultrasound waves, to bounce off structures within the body and create images. This process is merely named ultrasound or Sonography. With the help of a computer, the ultrasound waves are interpreted into an image. These images are later used to diagnose the main cause of the pain, infection, and swelling in the patents internal organs.
The internal organs of the baby’s body can also be examined. This includes brain and the hips of the infants as well. Ultrasound imaging is also used to guide the diagnoses of heart conditions, guided biopsies, assess the damage after a heart attack. The use of such a process is proved to be non-invasive, safe and does not include any ionizing radiation whatsoever.
We Offer You With USG Tests:
- ANOMALY SCAN
- FOLLICULAR STUDY
- 3D/4D Ultra Sound
- Upper Abdomen
- NUCHAL (NT Scan)
- GRAVID UTERUS
- Whole Abdomen(Abdomen + Pelvis)
- KUB(Kidney, Urinary Bladder)
- Small Parts
- Whole Body Doppler
What Are the Benefits of USG?
Ultrasounds are simple, safe procedures that give detailed images of internal parts of the body. The use of this technology during a biopsy increases the accuracy of the procedure by ensuring that doctors locate and remove a sample of the suspicious tissue as quickly and safely as possible conditions.
In order to impart general and specialized knowledge of ultrasound, we offer specialized services. We cover areas such as obstetric colour-doppler, first-trimester ultrasound including nuchal translucency, nasal bone etc., first-trimester anomalies scan, fetal echocardiography, second-trimester anomalies scan, 3D/4D ultrasound with stress on gynaecology and obstetrics. We urge excellence in ultrasound.
How Can You Prepare For An USG?
- Follow the instructions that will be given to you for preparation at the time of your appointment.
- Carry your doctor’s prescription on the day of your test, is mandatory
- It is also advisable to get your prior USG test reports on the day of your tests.