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Obstetric Imaging

Womens Imagine

What is a dating/viability ultrasound?

A dating/viability ultrasound is an early pregnancy procedure performed to determine the fetus’s age, confirm its viability with a heartbeat, and establish the due date. It’s typically done in the first trimester, ensuring accurate pregnancy tracking and reassuring expectant parents about the baby’s health and development.

What is a nuchal translucency ultrasound?

A nuchal ultrasound, also known as a nuchal translucency (NT) scan, is a specialized prenatal screening test typically conducted between the 12th and 13th week of pregnancy. This ultrasound evaluates the nuchal fold, a small space at the back of the fetus’s neck. The NT measurement is used to assess the risk of certain chromosomal abnormalities, such as Down syndrome (trisomy 21), as well as some heart defects. In combination with blood tests, the nuchal ultrasound helps healthcare providers estimate the likelihood of these conditions, allowing expectant parents to make informed decisions about further diagnostic testing and their pregnancy management.

What is a morphology ultrasound?

A morphology ultrasound, also known as a detailed anatomy scan or level II ultrasound, is a comprehensive prenatal imaging procedure typically performed around the 20th to 22nd week of pregnancy. It is used to assess the fetal anatomy in detail, examining various organs and structures to ensure proper development and detect any potential abnormalities. This ultrasound provides a thorough evaluation of the baby’s head, brain, heart, spine, limbs, kidneys, bladder, stomach, and other vital organs. It helps healthcare providers identify any structural anomalies or developmental issues, providing valuable information for pregnancy management, counseling, and, if necessary, planning for specialized care or interventions.

What is a growth scan ultrasound?

A growth scan ultrasound is a prenatal imaging procedure performed in the later stages of pregnancy to assess the fetus’s growth and development. It measures the baby’s size, amniotic fluid levels, blood flow, and placental function, ensuring that the baby is growing appropriately for its gestational age.

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What is an X-Ray?

X-ray imaging is perhaps the most commonly known form of diagnostic testing. Similar to visible light, x-rays use electromagnetic radiation, which contain wave-like forms of energy.

What radiologic procedures are available?

At Precise Radiology, we offer a range of radiologic procedures including X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, and bone density scans.

How is the test performed?

Tests are performed by skilled technologists using advanced imaging technology tailored to each procedure.

How to prepare for the test?

Preparation instructions will be provided based on the specific test you're undergoing.

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