Ultrasound is a diagnostic medical procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissue and blood flow inside the body. Ultrasound can be used to examine many parts of the body such as abdomen, pelvis, female reproductive organs, scrotum, breast, thyroid and more.
Diagnostic ultrasound during pregnancy can be done for numerous indications and can provide reliable information on the health of the mother and the unborn baby. During your pregnancy, your doctor may want you to have an ultrasound to:
Evaluate early pregnancy
Estimate and confirm gestational age
Monitor the baby's growth
Check for the position of placenta
Check baby's development and viability
Check for twin pregnancy
Check amniotic fluid levels
At MedRay Imaging, we will reveal the gender of your baby during 2D ultrasounds performed at 20 weeks or later. There is no need to pay for an another ultrasound just to determine the sex.
Diagnostic Ultrasound is not invasive and not painful. There is no ionizing radiation with ultrasound as found in x-rays. Ultrasound is very safe and there are no known risks to a pregnant woman or her unborn child.
Diagnostic Ultrasound Exams Offered at Medray:
Abdomen: Gallbladder, Liver, Pancreas, Spleen, Aorta, Kidneys
Groin: Inguinal area
Renal: Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate
Pelvic: Bladder, Uterus, Ovaries
Growth & Fluid
Thyroid and Neck
Lower Extremity DVT Doppler
Breast: Chest wall, Breast, Axilla
Musculoskeletal: Shoulders, Achilles
Palpable lumps on body: Head, Neck, Back, Extremities
MSP Eligible. Ultrasound services are covered under MSP with a valid Care Card.