A liver scan may be done to check for diseases such as liver cancer , hepatitis , or cirrhosis . Lesions such as tumors, abscesses, or cysts of the liver or spleen may be seen on a liver scan. You don’t need any preparation before this scan.
A kidney ultrasound may be used to assess the size, location, and shape of the kidneys and related structures, such as the ureters and bladder. Ultrasound can detect cysts, tumors, abscesses, obstructions, fluid collection, and infection within or around the kidneys.
Gall Bladder £175.00
An ultrasound of your gall bladder is used to diagnose gallbladder problems. This is the most commonly used of the diagnostic tests for gallbladder problems. While very effective in diagnosing even very small gallstones, it can't always clearly diagnose cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder)
Bladder ultrasound can give information about the bladder wall, diverticula (pouches) of the bladder, bladder stones, and large tumors in the bladder. Kidney ultrasound can show if the kidneys are in the right place or if they have blockages, kidney stones, or tumors.
Ultrasound produces pictures of the gallbladder and bile ducts. It shows signs of inflammation or indications that there is blockage of bile flow. Ultrasound is the most common test performed to evaluate gallbladder abnormalities.
The spleen carries out many functions in the body and lies below the left ribs. is part of the lymphatic system. and not only filters the blood but also helps fight invading pathogens. An ultrasound scan of the spleen can be used to help diagnose pain or distention (enlargement) Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive and this procedure requires little to no special preparation.
Prostate £175.00 ( abdominal not rectal )
A prostate ultrasound, sometimes called prostate sonography, is a test that produces black-and-white images of your prostate by bouncing sound waves off your body’s tissues. This test is used to examine your prostate for the presence of any abnormalities, cancer, or other prostate-related conditions. This test is safe and can be done in less than an hour. It helps your doctor identify possible prostate conditions before they become more serious or unmanageable.
Male Pelvis £175.00 ( Bladder and prostate )
A male Pelvic ultrasound scan is generally used to view the urinary bladder and the prostate. During the ultrasound examination we will make a detailed study of the size, shape and condition of the Urinary Bladder, both full and immediately after emptying (You will be sent to a toilet to empty your bladder) A full bladder is required prior to the scan.
Full Abdominal £225.00
A complete ultrasound of the abdomen evaluates all of the abdominal organs including liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, appendix and the urinary bladder. Avoid eating solids for uotp 6 to 8 hours for this scan. You can drink plain water until the scan.
Upper Abdominal £175.00
Ultrasound imaging of the abdomen uses sound waves to produce pictures of the structures within the upper abdomen. It is used to help diagnose pain or distention (enlargement) and evaluate the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, pancreas, spleen and abdominal aorta.
A testicular ultrasound is the primary imaging method used to observe and diagnose abnormalities in the testicles. Ultrasound can:
• verify whether a lump in your scrotum or testicles is solid, which indicates a tumor, or filled with fluid, which indicates a cyst
• determine the outcome of trauma to your scrotum
• evaluate for possible testicular torsion, which is a twisted testicle
• identify sources of pain or swelling in your testicles
• detect for and evaluate varicoceles, which are varicose spermatic veins
• assess the causes of infertility
• find the location of an undescended testicle