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Ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging tool, often employed in addition to or following readiographs (x-rays), that is primarily used to acquire enhanced images of the thoracic and abdominal cavities. Ultrasound is an excellent non-invasive method for imaging the presence of fetus in a pregnant patient, to look for abnormalities in major organs, and to monitor ongoing disease processes.
Amongst its many functions, we can employ this state-of-the-art technique in diagnosing kidney disease, cancers and heart ailments. We regularly recommend ultrasound services for maintaining the health of our geriatric patients.