This scan evaluates the liver, gallbladder and biliary system, pancreas, kidneys and spleen.
Why have a liver and upper abdominal scan?
- If your experiencing abdominal and kidney/loin pain.
- Abdominal bloating
- Abnormal renal functions
- Abnormal liver function test/fatty liver
- Previous findings
This scan looks at a full bladder compared to an immediate emptied one, both kidneys including the ureter. This scan also looks at the prostate gland when visible.
Why have this scan?
- Identifying obstructions due to the cause of stones or bladder
- Identifies cause of ongoing bladder issues
- Looks for prostate enlargement
- Excludes effects of UTI’S
This scan takes an extensive look at the shape, size and condition of the following:
- Gall bladder
- Biliary system and pancreas
- Kidneys and prostate
- Spleen and central blood vessels
Why have a pelvic scan?
- Assesses the liver, kidneys and bladder for function
- Identifies stones or polyps
To visualise the abdominal aorta using ultrasound and detect if an aortic aneurysm is present. Abdominal aneurysm is a swelling of the aorta, the main blood vessel that brings blood for your heart to the rest of the body.
This scan evaluates:
- Abdominal aorta
- Iliac Vessels
Why have this scan?
- Intense back or abdominal pain
- Pulsation in the middle of your abdomen
- Rapid pulse
- Nausea and vomiting
- Excessive sweating
Price £ 285.00
The joint injection is most often carried out using ultrasound to guide the injection. A common cause of a painful joint is synovitis (inflammation of the lining of the joint). An injection of corticosteroid and/or local anesthetic medication directly into the joint can sometimes be helpful in reducing the inflammation and providing pain relief. Reduction in pain may make physical therapy more effective.
Price £ 160.00
Breast ultrasound is a safe diagnostic tool that can help determine whether an area of concern is normal breast tissue, a breast cyst or a solid mass that could be a breast tumour. Consultant uses this technique to check an abnormality seen on a mammogram or an area of the breast in which a lump is found during a clinical examination.
Breast ultrasound alone is often enough to determine whether a breast lump needs further investigation.
This ultrasound can assess the joints for common issues arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, fluid in the joints, carpal tunnel syndrome.
The shoulder ultrasound looks of rotator cuff issues such as bursitis, tendinosis or tendon tears.
Why have shoulder ultrasound scan?
- Rotator cuff issues
- Frozen shoulder
- Discomfort bicep rupture
- For diagnosis of Tennis or Golfer’s elbow from repetitive strain movements.
- Assesses Osteo or Rheumatoid arthritis, Carpal tunnel syndrome or Tendinitis/ Tenosynovitis.
Price £135 Bilateral £185
- Assesses arthritis, tendinitis and bursitis.
- Assesses the hip structure.
Price £90 Bilateral £135
- For the assessment of arthritis, tendinosis, joint effusions, signs or meniscal damage and Baler’s cysts.
- For the assessment of arthritis, tendinosis, tenosynovitis, Achilles’ tendon tear or inflammation and sprained or torn ligaments in trauma cases (twisted/swollen ankle).
- For the assessment of arthritis, tendinosis, heel pain/plantar fasciatis, Morton’s Neuromas and fibromas.
- Evaluates any lump that may be felt or seen on the body. The most common causes for lumps in the body are ganglion cysts, lipomas and sebaceous cysts.
- Examines the testes and scrotal. Including an assessment of the superficial tissues of the scrotum, the testes, epididymis (tube connected to the testis) and the spermatic cord.
- The thyroid and neck ultrasound scan produces pictures of the thyroid and the structures in the neck to diagnose suspected neck disease, for example, a lump in the thyroid or a thyroid that is not functioning properly. A carotid ultrasound scan can show if there is narrowing or blockages in the neck arteries leading to your brain.
Price £150 Bilateral £210
- This examination is used to check for any clots or thrombus in the veins that can cause blockage.
Price £150 Bilateral £210
- Gender scan £75
This scan works to confirm whether your baby is a boy or a girl. It will also confirm the health of your foetus, placenta position and foetal gestation age.
- Anomaly scan £140
This midway mark scan will look for any abnormalities and takes an extensive look at how your baby is growing and developing physically. This includes an analysis of the head, chest, stomach, kidneys, limbs, spine and heart. Measurement of the head circumference (HC), abdominal circumference (AC), femur length (FL) and the bilateral diameter (BPD). This scan includes free 4D previews. 30mins.
- Early Pregnancy £90
This ultrasound examination that is usually carried out vaginally at 6-10 weeks of pregnancy. The aims of this scan are to determine the number of embryos present and whether the pregnancy is progressing normally inside the uterus. An early pregnancy scan looks to confirm the viability of your pregnancy and confirm the gestation age. Measurement of the gestation sac will be taken and if possible, the crown rump length will also be measure
- NIPT Scan £370
A Nuchal Translucency Scan is carried out from 11 – 13 weeks and six days. The scan is usually performed transabdominally. The aims of this particular scan are to date the pregnancy accurately, to diagnose multiple pregnancies, to diagnose major fetal abnormalities, to diagnose early miscarriage. NIPT scan aims to diagnose Down’s Syndrome, Edward’s Syndrome & Patau Syndrome. This test will obtain blood samples which can then be analysed to assess the risk of these syndromes
- 3D/4D Scan £90
A 3D/4D ultrasound scan can be performed in order to see a preview of the baby from 26 to 32 weeks of pregnancy. A 4D scan is a 3D scan with the added dimension of time – as in a film or video – so the baby can be seen to be moving. 3D ultrasound can capture lifelike images of your baby, whereas a 4D ultrasound scan will give you a detailed view of your baby moving around in real time. Includes CD.