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Ultrasound Scans

The imaging technique of diagnostic ultrasonography, also known as sonography, uses sound waves to create pictures...

Ultrasound Scans

The imaging technique of diagnostic ultrasonography, also known as sonography, uses sound waves to create pictures of your body's internal organs. These scans help in the diagnosis and treatment of many conditions. While specific ultrasound exams require inserting a simple device into your body, most ultrasound examinations use a piece of ultrasound equipment outside your body.

How does Ultrasound work?

An ultrasound scan takes pictures of the body's internal organs using high-frequency sound waves. A water-based gel is applied to the region to be scanned, and then a transducer is moved over it to complete the scan. 

The transducer first delivers sound waves into the body to create a picture and receives the returning waves. While generally employed pregnancy ultrasound is done, a USG test can also be used to identify and treat diseases that affect the body's organs and soft tissues. Sonography scans are also utilised to guide biopsy procedures. 

Your doctor may instruct you to drink water to ensure your bladder is full before getting an ultrasound. An ultrasound scan takes between half an hour to an hour and does not require anaesthesia or medication. Medical imaging helps identify and diagnose specific ailments and disorders; the advantages exceed the few hazards. Speak with your doctor before undergoing these scans for a safer treatment. 

What is an Ultrasound Scan used for?

The majority of people connect ultrasounds with pregnancy. In contrast, these scans might give a pregnant woman the chance to see her unborn child for the first time. These tests have several more applications, though. If you have pain, swelling, or other symptoms that call for a look within your organs, your doctor may recommend an ultrasound.

There are several uses for Ultrasound, including: 

  • During pregnancy, observe the uterus and eggs and keep an eye on the unborn child's health. 
  • Identify gallbladder illness with a USG abdomen
  • Assess the blood flow by Ultrasound with doppler
  • For a biopsy or tumour therapy, lead the needle. 
  • Check a breast lump 
  • Verify your thyroid function 
  • Use a liver to look for hepatobiliary issues. 
  • Identify kidney stones using kidney 
  • Consider metabolic bone disease

Ultrasound benefits

An ultrasound scan provides several benefits:

They are often painless and don't involve syringes, injections, or incisions. Compared to diagnostic methods like X-rays and CT scans, the treatment is safer since patients aren't subjected to ionising radiation. If done under the supervision of a certified medical practitioner, there are no documented adverse effects of these scans. Compared to other approaches, ultrasounds are more readily available and less costly.

Examining internal organs such as the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, and bladder using an abdominal ultrasound is helpful. This can aid in the diagnosis of a number of ailments and the evaluation of the harm brought on by the illness.

A Doppler ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic that uses circulating red blood cells to reflect high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to assess the blood flow via your blood arteries. 

  • Endoscopic Ultrasound

A minimally invasive method called endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) is used to diagnose conditions affecting the gastrointestinal system and other surrounding organs and tissues. 

If you wish to get a sonography test booked, get it done through Newmi. We are here to help you with every step to your diagnosis. 


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