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General Ultrasound

High-frequency sound waves creating detailed images of internal organs and structures, aiding in medical diagnosis

Abdominal ultrasound

  • focuses on visualizing organs such as the liver, kidneys, and gallbladder to detect abnormalities or assess organ function.

Transvaginal ultrasound

  • involves inserting a specialized probe into the vagina to examine the pelvic organs, aiding in evaluating reproductive health and detecting issues like ovarian cysts or pregnancy complications.

Pelvic ultrasound

  • provides a comprehensive view of the pelvic region, assisting in diagnosing conditions related to the bladder, uterus, and prostate.

Transrectal ultrasound

  • used to evaluate the prostate gland in males, aiding in the detection of prostate cancer or other prostate-related concerns.

Abdominal Preparation:

  • Fat free dinner the night before the examination and no food/drink after midnight
  • No dairy products or fried foods
  • No smoking or chewing gum
  • No carbonated drinks 12 hours prior to the examination

Pelvis or Prostate Preparation:

  • Drink 4 glasses (1 Litre) of clear fluid (water, juice, black coffee/tea)
  • Finish drinking 1 hour prior to the examination
  • DO NOT VOID, a full bladder is necessary for the examination
  • Please eat breakfast and lunch