Our experienced staff and modern equipment guarantee you individual, accurate and safe ultrasound examinations.
Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to form an image of the body’s internal structures. The sensor of the ultrasound device emits high-frequency sound waves inside the body. When the waves are reflected from the structures of the body, echoes are created. The reflected echoes form a moving image on the screen of the ultrasound device. Images from the movie are saved in the image archive.
Ultrasound examination is used as the primary breast examination method for women under the age of 35, and as a complementary examination in connection with breast x-ray imaging, i.e. mammography. We also perform procedures under ultrasound guidance, such as sampling, joint injections and shoulder calcification.
Ultrasound imaging is a painless and safe research method. Ultrasonic imaging does not use ionizing radiation, so it does not involve radiation exposure, as in X-rays.
You visit the doctor's office and receive a referral for ultrasound imaging.
You may also come for ultrasound imaging without a referral.
You can make an appointment for ultrasound imaging online, by phone, or by visiting our site. You can print and fill out the basic information form
Print a basic information form.
Our radiologist performs the ultrasound imaging and prepares a statement on the imaging.
The results of the ultrasound scan can be delivered directly to the doctor treating you or also to yourself.
The statements based on our examinations go to Omakanta, where you can view and print them if you wish. You can get to Omakanta here.
If you came to the ultrasound imaging with a referral, you return to the referring doctor to hear the results of the imaging.
In ultrasound imaging, gel is applied to the skin and the ultrasound sensor is moved on the surface of the skin. The image generated by the device is displayed on the screen of the ultrasound device. The imaging is performed by our radiologist. The scanning typically takes 10 to 15 minutes. The specialist who performed the ultrasound examination will prepare a statement of the results of the imaging.