If you are looking for convenient and comprehensive ultrasound services, Peace Diagnostic Imaging is here to help. Using some of the latest technology available, our team will deliver a comfortable experience that gives you a complete view of your health.
Some may be familiar with Ultrasound and how they study babies, but ultrasound can also image abdominal organs, pelvic organs, veins, arteries, the heart as well as muscles and tendons. Our extremely experienced and knowledgeable team at PDI will provide you with the most comprehensive imaging studies in the region.
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Ultrasounds are non-invasive imaging technologies that use high-frequency sound waves to generate images of your body’s internal structures. A handheld probe scans your body using sound, which then reads the signals reflecting from your internal organs to create highly-detailed images.
The steps you may take to prepare for your US will differ depending on what type of appointment you have. You will be provided with specific instructions on how to prepare when you book your appointment.
Ultrasound exams are not harmful to fetuses and are used routinely in all trimesters of pregnancy.
At the start of your exam, the sonographer will begin by applying a water-soluble gel to the area that will be scanned. This allows the sound wave to provide clearer images of the area of interest back to the Ultrasound system for interpretation by the radiologist.
Your referring practitioner will be provided with results from your ultrasound scan 1 business day after your appointment, or same day results if an urgent result is needed.
General ultrasounds examine many internal organs, including:
Ultrasounds aren’t just for the abdomen. We also feature a fully-comprehensive musculoskeletal ultrasound service that can examine and evaluate your tendons and ligaments in your:
The process is very similar to any of our other ultrasound procedures, and it can provide the information we need to manage and alleviate pain.
Cardiac ultrasounds, also known as echocardiography, can search for abnormalities that could affect your heart, heart valves, chambers, and walls. During this exam, we can also examine blood flow to ensure your heart is working normally.
Echocardiography is instrumental for detecting heart failure, heart attack, congenital heart disease, and endocarditis.
Please visit our Echocardiography page for more information.