Young man having an ultrasound examination of the heart in the clinic


A diagnostic ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnosis technique that uses sound waves to produce images of the body’s interior. It helps to identify and diagnose the causes of pain, swelling, and infection in the inner body organs and to examine the developing baby in pregnant woman.


Preparation for an ultrasound test will depend on the area being examined.

  • Abdominal ultrasound: you will need to fast for 8 hours prior to your exam.
  • Pelvic ultrasound: this exam requires to drink water and the bladder must be full for better visualization.
  • some exams do not require special instructions.
  • as always, our trained staff will guide you through the process and will contact you if additional preparation is needed prior to your exam.

Exams performed:

  • Abdomen complete (all organs)

  • Bladder

  • Renal

  • Breast

  • Soft tissue

  • Prostate

  • Pelvic

  • Transvaginal

  • Carotid US Doppler

  • Art/Ven US Doppler

  • Venous US Doppler

  • Arterial US Doppler


A certified radiologist will review and analyze the images. He will then submit a detailed report that will be sent to your physician. Once your physician has reviewed the report, they will follow up with you to discuss the findings and next steps.