Ultrasound


From view­ing a fetus in the womb to look­ing at oth­er soft tis­sue struc­tures such as the gall­blad­der, liv­er or kid­ney; ultra­sound is used to cre­ate images to help in the diag­no­sis of a wide range of dis­eases and conditions.

Ultra­sound imag­ing, com­mon­ly also referred to as sonog­ra­phy, is a diag­nos­tic test that uses high fre­quen­cy sound waves to obtain images of anatom­i­cal struc­tures through body tis­sues. The echoes from the high fre­quen­cy sound waves are record­ed and trans­formed into video or pho­to­graph­ic images. Ultra­sound is a safe and pain­less method of imag­ing. It can also be used as a method to guide physi­cians while per­form­ing biop­sies. Ultra­sound may be used in con­junc­tion with oth­er diag­nos­tic pro­ce­dures or by itself. 

Ultra­sound ser­vices at Duly Health and Care are accred­it­ed by the Amer­i­can Col­lege of Radi­ol­o­gy and tech­nol­o­gists per­form­ing your exam are board cer­ti­fied and spe­cial­ized in ultra­sound technology. 

Accreditations

Procedures

Forms

Abdominal and Small Parts Imaging

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

OB/GYN Ultrasound

S-Shearwave Liver Elastography

Superficial Temporal Artery Ultrasound

Thyroid and Lymph Node Fine Needle Aspiration

Ultrasound-Guided Musculoskeletal Aspiration

Vascular Ultrasound