An ultrasound scan, sometimes called a sonogram, is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of internal organs, structures and tissues of the body. The sound waves are transmitted by a handheld device known as a transducer, which sends short pulses of sound waves into the body. As these waves reflect, or echo, back from the internal tissues, they are received by the transducer, which sends them to a computer that transforms the reflected waves into a visual image.

An ultrasound scan can be used to monitor an unborn baby, diagnose internal conditions, or guide a surgeon during certain procedures.

 

We offer the following examinations:
Obstetrics (Pregnancy scans)
General Ultrasound services include:
– Abdominal (Kidney Ureters and Bladder, male pelvis etc.)
– Musculoskeletal (shoulder, knee, ankle, wrist etc.)
– Small parts ( thyroid, breast, testis etc.)
– Vascular ultrasound

PRICE LIST

USS ABDOMEN- MK17,250.00
USS PELVIS – MK17,250.00
USS OBS (OBSTETRICS) – MK20,150.00
USS KUB – MK20,150.00
USS KIDNEYS – MK11,500.00
USS ABDOMEN & PELVIS – MK28,750.00
USS PROSTATE – MK14,400.00
USS TESTICLES  РMK14,400.00
USS THYROID – MK17,250.00
USS BREASTS – MK17,250.00
USS LUMP – MK17,250.00
ECHOCARDIOGRAM – MK21,600.00
USS GUIDED ASPIRATIONS
(BIOPSY) – MK39,700.00

CAROTID ARTERY SCAN – MK33,100.00
DOPPLER SCAN – MK25,100.00
SOFT TISSUE SCAN – MK14,400.00
TRANSVAGINAL SCAN – MK17,250.00

MEDICAL EXAMINATION – MK10,000.00

How do I prepare for the test?

On the day of the test you should wear comfortable clothes, and you may be asked to
change depending on which type of the examination is to be performed. See below for
how to prepare for ultrasound tests of specific areas in the body:

Nothing to eat or drink 8-10 hours prior

Drink 1 litre of water 1 hour prior

No preparation

Extremity

Nothing to eat or drink 8-10 hours prior

Drink 1 litre of water 1 hour prior

Nothing to eat or drink 8-10 hours prior

Nothing to eat or drink 8-10 hours prior

Drink 1 litre of water 1 hour prior

No preparation

Nothing to eat or drink 8-10 hours prior

No preparation

No preparation

Ultrasound does not require the use of ionizing radiation, special dyes, or anesthesia and is a safe diagnostic tool with no known risks or side effects.

 

After the ultrasound examination you can immediately resume your normal activities. A sonographer/radiographer will analyze the ultrasound images and will share the results with the doctor who requested the examination. Your doctor will then discuss the results with you.

What will happen during the test?
During an ultrasound the Sonographer/Radiographer will ask you to lie on the examination table. He/she will cover the skin over the area to be examined with a small amount of gel. The medical practioner will then glide the transducer over your skin to capture the images of the tissues below, which the transducer then sends to a computer.

An ultrasound exam is typically painless, and takes about 20-30 minutes to complete.

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