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Abdominal Scan

Why take this scan: Abdominal pain, Family history of Gall stones and Kidney stones

What this scan can detect: Kidney stones, Gall stones, Pancreatic issues, Bladder issues, Liver issues

Body parts scanned: Kidneys, Liver, Gall Bladder, Spleen, Pancreas, Biliary System

Appointment: 30 mins

Age: Over 17 years

The Abdominal Scan

The Ultrasound Clinic offers the Abdominal Scan to male and female patients over 18 years of age. This type of ultrasound looks into the character, shape and size of the:

  • Liver
  • Gallbladder
  • Pancreas
  • Kidneys
  • Bladder

Why take this type of scan?

You may have been referred by your GP to have an ultrasound scan of your abdomen. Alternatively you may have your own concerns which you feel need investigating. Some of the conditions and symptoms that this scan is able to pin point, are as follows:

  • Gall bladder stones
  • Enlarged abdomen
  • Stones in the bladder and kidney
  • Abdominal pain and discomfort
  • Liver lesions and parenchymal pattern

What can I expect from this scan?

This type of scan will be carried out externally around your abdomen and the appointment will last up to 30 minutes. We use gently warmed Ultrasound Gel to help you relax, and make you feel comfortable during your scan. This appointment includes a report with all findings.

How do I prepare for this type of scan?

Please allow 8 hours fasting before your scan, and drink sufficient water before your scan in order to fill your bladder.

About ultrasound

Ultrasound has been used for the last 40 years successfully. No proven risk are known to date. For updated information see College of Radiographers & BMUS.

Ultrasound Clinic is committed to ensure that your scan is being carried out safely.


Order Scan

£179
Coco
Lovely service - was a great experience. would definitely recommend to friends & family!
19.09.2013
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Advice
All our sonographers are fully qualified and registered with Health Care Professional Council.