MyConciergeMD | Ultrasound Testing Los Angeles

Our center is equipped with one of the latest ultrasounds on the market for ultrasonic testing and ultrasound scan. We are able to perform a variety of ultrasound scans and ultrasound tests such as ultrasound scans of the thyroid, carotid arteries , aorta, heart, abdomen, kidneys, gallbladder, liver, spleen, pancreas, testes, breasts, prostate, baby, veins and more. We also perform IMT measurements (Intima media thickness measurement of the carotid artery, a preview of plaque buildup in the coronary arteries) as well as perform screening ultrasound of the different organs in the body. Our screening ultrasound testing as well as diagnostic ultrasound testing is performed for early diagnosis of cancer and heart disease as well as diagnosing and evaluating masses and other abnormalities.

A experienced ultrasound technician performs all ultrasounds in the office and the images are then sent to an experienced radiologist to read.

What is An Ultrasound?

An ultrasound scan, which is also commonly known as a diagnostic sonography, sonogram and ultrasonography, is an apparatus that uses high frequency sound waves to generate an image of a particular fragment within the body. Precise sites for an ultrasound exam would be blood vessels, the heart, liver, prostate, pelvis, breast, pancreas, testes, thyroid, gallbladder, carotids, joints, muscles, kidneys, testicles, aorta, fetus and tendons to document several dimensions of its structure and any neurotic abrasions with real time tomographic images. Ultrasound is used to generate images of the human body for at least 50 years and has become one of the most widely used diagnostic tools in modern medicine. Research has shown that sound waves are safer to use than radiation. For instance, to check the fetus in the womb effectively while simultaneously protecting the fetus, an obstetric ultrasound exam is habitually used.

Baby Ultrasound

An obstetrics ultrasound, or a pregnancy ultrasound is an exam that visualizes the growth, anatomy and over appearance of the fetus within the female pelvis.

Bladder Ultrasound and Renal Ultrasound

Renal Ultrasound and Bladder Ultrasound helps in the evaluation, function, size and appearance of the kidneys, ureters and urinary bladder.

Carotid Artery Ultrasound Test

The carotid arteries are located on both the right and left sides of the neck and are responsible for providing blood supply to the brain.

Liver Ultrasound Scan

With the help of an ultrasound we can better visualize the liver and diagnose different conditions and pathologies such as cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver lesions, liver disease, liver cyst, fatty liver, inflammation of the liver, and more.

Musculosketal Ultrasound

A diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound or msk ultrasound is used to obtain images of superficial structures such as tendons, ligaments and joints. A musculoskeletal sonography or musculoskeletal ultrasound

Pancreas Ultrasound

Ever experience sudden severe abdominal pain which is sharp in nature and radiates to the back? An ultrasound of pancreas can sometimes be a difficult scan to perform depending on the patient size and body habitus,

Spleen Ultrasound

Ultrasound of the Spleen

The spleen is a retroperitoneal organ that is located at the upper left abdomen.

Thyroid Ultrasound

Our center is equipped with one of the most advanced ultrasounds available to scan the thyroid for anatomical abnormalities.

Ultrasound Of Aorta

Ultrasound Scan of Aorta

An ultrasound of the aorta is used to diagnose aneurysms of this vessel that may be present without presentation of symptoms.

Vascular Doppler Ultrasound

Schedule to have your Vascular Doppler Ultrasound, venous ultrasound, arterial ultrasound performed in our state of the art Beverly Hills office today!

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Why is An Ultrasound Performed?

Undergoing an ultrasound may be for a variety of reasons. Ultrasound may be used for the following (but are not limited to):

  • Assess the thyroid gland
  • Evaluate anomalies of the muscles and tendons
  • Evaluate flow in blood vessels
  • Detect gallbladder disease
  • Evaluate a lump in the breast
  • Observe the heart
  • Diagnose several forms of infection or cancer
  • Evaluate the health of a fetus in the womb
  • Expose irregularities in the genitalia and prostate

Ultrasounds performed in our office

  • Pregnancy Ultrasound or Baby Ultrasound
  • Thyroid Ultrasound
  • Abdomnial Ultrasound
  • Venous Ultrasound
  • Joint Ultrasound
  • Gallbladder Ultrasound
  • Kidney or Renal Ultrasound
  • Carotid Ultrasound
  • Prostate Ultrasound
  • Venous Insufficiency Ultrasound
  • Liver Ultrasound
  • Spleen Ultrasound
  • 2D Echo or Heart Ultrasound
  • Gender Ultrasound
  • Intravaginal Ultrasound
  • Soft Tissue Ultrasound
  • Pancreas Ultrasound
  • And more

How Is An Ultrasound Performed?

An ultrasound machine creates images, allowing different organs in the body to be inspected. The instrument directs high-frequency sound waves, reflecting off body structures. A computer then obtains these replicated waves and uses them to generate a picture. A CT scan or an x-ray associate with ionized radiation exposure, whereas the ultrasound exams do not.

The patient undergoing an ultrasound is usually lying in supine (a position of the body: lying down on the back with the face up). To help with the transmission of the sound waves, a clear, water-based conducting gel is applied to the skin over the area being examined. A transducer, which is a hand-held probe, is moved over the area being examined. The patient may be asked to change position so that other areas can be examined.

How To Prepare for the Test?

Preparation for the procedure will depend on the body region being examined. For instance, a patient schedule for an abdominal ultrasound may be instructed to not eat or drink for several hours before the exam.

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What Can Be Diagnosed With an Ultrasound?

Ultrasound scans are used to help diagnose maladies in numerous expanses of the body, including:

  • Blood vessels (Stenosis and plaques or narrowing)
  • Joints (injections)
  • Ovaries (ovarian cysts or ovarian cancer)
  • Thyroid gland (evaluate nodules and for biopsy of nodules)
  • Pelvic
  • Carotid
  • Breasts (evaluate for lumps or diagnose breast cancer or breast tumor)
  • Ligaments (injury)
  • Testes (evaluate for testicular cancer or mass)
  • Prostate
  • Heart
  • Pancreas
  • Gallbladder (gallstones)
  • Liver (cirrhosis or evaluate for nodules or cancer)
  • Tendons
  • Intravaginal
  • Renal

For example, it can assist in detecting whether a lump in one of these organs is a cyst or a tumor.

Normal And Abnormal Results?

When the scan is complete, the ultrasound-tech and a radiologist generally observe the ultrasound images on film or on a computer monitor. The radiologist examines the images and sends a report of the findings to your doctor. If the ultrasound exam is for an imperative medical disorder, the doctor will receive the results immediately. Otherwise, the patient will receive their results within a few days after it is read officially by a radiologist.

In Home Ultrasound

Depending on your location we can have an ultrasound technician with a portable ultrasound perform an ultrasound at your desired location. Most ultrasound tests can be scheduled and performed at your home. Please call us  at 877-760-3570 for more information.