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Ultrasound

Aditya Hospital providing the latest technology in ultrasounds, also called a sonogram. Because we work collaboratively with gynecologists, obstetricians and family physicians, we are able to provide any type of ultrasound service that a woman may need.  
   
While ultrasounds are most commonly known for monitoring the progression of a pregnancy, we also use ultrasound technology to identify and diagnose conditions affecting organs and soft tissues of the body. These devices use sonography, or high frequency sound waves, to display an image of the respective area.  
   
Our doctors are fully qualified obstetricians and gynaecologists who sub-specialise in ultrasound and prenatal diagnosis procedures. The sonographers are highly qualified in obstetric and gynaecology ultrasound and they are chosen particularly for their gentle and empathetic approach. Because of the intimate nature of many of our procedures, we are extremely respectful of the patient’s comfort and privacy.  
   

Different ultrasound techniques exist for different conditions.

 
   
  • Doppler ultrasound. Used to see structures inside the body, while evaluating blood flow at the same time. Doppler ultrasound can determine if there are any problems within the veins and arteries.
  • Vascular ultrasound. Used to see the vascular system and its function, including detection of blood clots.
  • Echocardiogram. Used to see the heart and its valves, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the heart's pumping ability.
  • Abdominal ultrasound. Used to detect any abnormalities of the abdominal organs (i.e., kidneys, liver, pancreas, gallbladder), such as gallstones or tumors.
  • Renal ultrasound. Used to examine the kidneys and urinary tract.
  • Obstetrical ultrasound. Used to monitor the development of the fetus.
  • Pelvic ultrasound. Used to find the cause of pelvic pain, such as an ectopic pregnancy in women, or to detect tumors or masses.
  • Breast ultrasound. Used to examine a mass in the breast tissue.
  • Thyroid ultrasound. Used to see the thyroid and to detect any abnormalities.
  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound. Used to examine any joint or muscle pain for conditions, such as a tear.
  • Interventional ultrasound. Used to help the surgeon during a minimally invasive operation or biopsy.
  • Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS). Used to provide direct visualization and measurement of the inside of blood vessels.
  • Endoscopic ultrasound. Used to obtain direct ultrasound examination of the inside of a body cavity or organ, using an ultrasound transducer inside an endoscope (a small, flexible tube with a light and a lens on the end).