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CAROTID DOPPLER ULTRASOUND

One kind of diagnostic imaging method called carotid Doppler ultrasound is used to evaluate blood flow in the carotid arteries, which are found in the neck and provide blood to the brain. This non-invasive technique uses Doppler ultrasonography, which monitors the direction and velocity of blood flow within the arteries, in addition to conventional ultrasound technology...

SOFT TISSUE ULTRASOUND

Soft tissue ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to create detailed images of soft tissues in the body. Unlike X-rays or CT scans, ultrasound does not involve ionizing radiation, making it a safer option for certain patients, including pregnant women..

Transvaginal Ultrasound and it’s advantages

A transvaginal ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses sound waves to create images of the pelvic organs, including the uterus, ovaries, cervix, and fallopian tubes. Unlike a traditional ultrasound, which is performed on the abdomen, a transvaginal ultrasound involves inserting a small transducer into the vagina to get a closer and clearer view of the pelvic organs.

BONDING WITH YOUR BABY VIA 4D ULTRASOUND

4D ultrasound scans create a special bond between parents-to-be and their baby – especially in first-child families. You know your baby is there, you can see the tummy bump slowly growing, but once you get to see your baby’s face and how it is moving inside your womb, your parental instinct become so intense

THE JOURNEY OF
PREGNANCY

What is an ultrasound scan? Ultrasound scanning, or sonography, is a standard procedure in medical practice established more than 30 years ago. It is completely safe and there have never been any known side-effects on the mother or the baby. It functions on the principle of sending out sound waves inaudible to humans via an ultrasound

IMPORTANCE OF EARLY PREGNANCY SCANS

What is an early pregnancy scan? Early pregnancy scan is one of the most important ultrasound scans in pregnancy because it confirms the pregnancy and verifies the fetus is developing as expected. It can be repeated after a couple of weeks, in order to follow the typical development of your baby and to check if the heartbeat