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Ultrasound Exam & Test – Greenville, SC

Ultrasound Exam & Test – Greenville, SC

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Average Ultrasound Exam Greenville Prices Start at $301. You Save $71
Board certified ultrasound technicians and physicians perform tests to provide your physician with valuable information for pregnancy monitoring, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of diseases and conditions.
How Online Ultrasound Purchases Work

  • Voucher – After purchase, you’ll receive a service voucher with location and contact info for the provider
  • Doctor’s Order – Securely upload a picture of your doctor’s order to the secure online server provided in the voucher email.
  • Schedule – The provider will call to schedule your ultrasound in less than 24 hours.

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  1. We will send you a voucher for the service you purchased that includes details like location and contact info for the provider.
  2. We will request that you send us a picture or copy of your doctor order. You cannot get an Ultrasound without a doctor’s order.
  3. The provider will call you to schedule the Ultrasound and answer any questions you have about the scan.

Greenville Ultrasound Exam Description

Board certified ultrasound technicians and physicians perform tests to provide your physician with valuable information for monitoring, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of diseases and conditions.

What is An Ultrasound?

Diagnostic ultrasound, also called sonography or diagnostic medical sonography, is an imaging method that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures within your body. The images can provide valuable information for diagnosing and treating a variety of diseases and conditions.

 

Most ultrasound examinations are done using an ultrasound device outside your body, though some involve placing a device inside your body.

Why Get an Ultrasound?

Buying your Ultrasound exam online is safe, fast and can save you hundreds of dollars in out of pocket medical expenses. Your doctor could have ordered you to have an ultrasound for many reasons which might include…
  • View the uterus and ovaries during pregnancy and monitor the developing baby’s health
  • Diagnose gallbladder disease
  • Evaluate blood flow
  • Guide a needle for biopsy or tumor treatment
  • Examine a breast lump
  • Check your thyroid gland
  • Detect genital and prostate problems
  • Assess joint inflammation (synovitis)
  • Evaluate metabolic bone disease

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Certified ultrasound tests and exams to provide your physician with valuable information

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Our providers use only the best equipment and ensure the quality of the procedures is exactly what is needed.

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Diagnostic ultrasound is a safe procedure that uses low-power sound waves. There are no known risks.

Ultrasound is a valuable tool, but it has limitations. Sound doesn’t travel well through air or bone, so ultrasound isn’t effective at imaging body parts that have gas in them or are hidden by bone, such as the lungs or head. To view these areas, your doctor may order other imaging tests, such as CT or MRI scans or X-rays.

Most ultrasound exams require no preparation. However, there are a few exceptions:

  • For some scans, such as a gallbladder ultrasound, your doctor may ask that you not eat or drink for up to six hours before the exam.
  • Others, such as a pelvic ultrasound, may require a full bladder. You may need to drink up to six glasses of water two hours before the exam and not urinate until the exam is completed.
  • Young children may need additional preparation. When scheduling an ultrasound for yourself or your child, ask your doctor if there are any specific instructions you’ll need to follow.

Clothing and personal items

Wear loose clothing to your ultrasound appointment. You may be asked to remove jewelry during your ultrasound, so it’s a good idea to leave any valuables at home.

Before the procedure

Before your ultrasound begins, you may be asked to do the following:

  • Remove any jewelry from the area being examined.
  • Remove some or all of your clothing.
  • Change into a gown.

You’ll be asked to lie on an examination table.

During the procedure

Gel is applied to your skin over the area being examined. It helps prevent air pockets, which can block the sound waves that create the images. This water-based gel is easy to remove from skin and, if needed, clothing.

A trained technician (sonographer) presses a small, hand-held device (transducer) against the area being studied and moves it as needed to capture the images. The transducer sends sound waves into your body, collects the ones that bounce back and sends them to a computer, which creates the images.

Sometimes, ultrasounds are done inside your body. In this case, the transducer is attached to a probe that’s inserted into a natural opening in your body. Examples include:

  • Transesophageal echocardiogram. A transducer, inserted into your esophagus, obtains heart images. It’s usually done while you are sedated.
  • Transrectal ultrasound. This test creates images of the prostate by placing a special transducer into the rectum.
  • Transvaginal ultrasound. A special transducer is gently inserted into the vagina to get a quick look at the uterus and ovaries.

Ultrasound is usually painless. However, you may experience mild discomfort as the sonographer guides the transducer over your body, especially if you’re required to have a full bladder, or inserts it into your body.

A typical ultrasound exam takes from 30 minutes to an hour.

Additional information

Ultrasound

Abdomen Complete, Bladder, Extremitiy Veins Bilateral, Extremity Arteries Unilateral, Extremity Veins Unilateral, Joint / Soft Tissue Limited, Neck (Thyroid / Parathyroid), OB >14 Weeks, OB < 14 weeks pregnancy 1st term, OB Additional Gestation, OB Transvaginal, Pelvic, Retroperitoneal Complete (Kidney and Bladder), Retroperitoneal Limited (Aorta or Renal), Scrotum and Contents, Transvaginal