Total Diagnostic Ultrasound (Head to Toe)
Transcranial (Brain) Ultrasound: Measures the blood flow in eye blood vessels and middle cerebral arteries. Can detect aneurysms and damaged blood vessels, and can provide information regarding migraines and dementia.
Carotid Ultrasound: Carotid Ultrasound: Measures blood flow through main artery in the neck to brain. Can show early changes in blood flow, thickening of the intima, and blockages.
Echo Cardiogram: Early diagnosis of heart disease is possible with this ultrasound.
Thyroid Ultrasound: Can show goiterous changes, enlarged thyroid, cancer masses, nodules, calcifications, cysts, and atrophy even in patients with normal physical exam results.
Breast Ultrasound: Can detect many types of breast conditions, including benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) lesions. Frequently used to evaluate breast abnormalities and allows significant freedom in obtaining images of the breast from almost any orientation. Can detect cancers and pre-cancers.
Abdominal Ultrasound: Can detect pancreatic cancer or previously benign cysts, sarcomas, abdominal aortic aneurysms, and spleen calcification. Can show enlarged liver, spleen, etc. in patients with normal physical exams, or in obese patients.
Renal Ultrasound: Shows kidney stones, cysts, tumors. Possible early detection of tumors, cysts, growths and other illness.
Pelvic Ultrasound: Detects uterine enlargement, fibroids, changes in ovaries,prominent endometrium, endometrical cancers, cervical cysts, sarcomas, myosarcomas, and fluid collection due to advancing ovarian cancer.
Prostate Ultrasound: Shows the size of the prostate, its nodules, calcifications, masses, bladder size and function, enlarged prostate, abnormal growth in prostate/bladder.
Scrotal Ultrasound: Shows the size of testicles and epdidymus, can determine if there is any fluid or blood in the testicles, can provide information regarding infertility, cancer, smaller testicles as a result of aging and hormonal change and calcifications. Can also detect tumors not found on physical exam.