ULTRASOUND - PELVIS 3D?is a?medical ultrasound?technique, often used in?obstetric ultrasonography?(during?pregnancy),to provide?three-dimensional?images of the?fetus.Where is ultrasound useful? Ultrasound is used in many parts of the body, specifically to view the fetus, for other gynecological abnormalities and to view the abdomen, orbits, thyroid gland, breast, testes, etc. Are there any dangers? There is no known danger to the use of ultrasound Are there any dyes in ultrasound, as in X-rays? As of now there are no "dyes" injected in routine ultrasound practice. Contrast media however are being evaluated for use in clinical trials. Who is qualified to do ultrasound? Only radiologists trained in ultrasound should perform these investigations. In many situations, however, gynecologists also perform ultrasound examinations on their own patients; if adequately trained/certified, this is acceptable.
Your doctor may find a pelvic ultrasound useful in the investigation of a number of problems including - Heavy or painful periods, Pelvic pain including pain during intercourse
Infertility, Irregular or infrequent periods, Postmenopausal bleeding. The pelvic ultrasound may not provide your doctor with all the answers to your problems, but it may be very helpful in diagnosis and management.
SLAs:For Ultrasound test scheduled before 2 PM eConsultation will be scheduled before 9 PM same day and the physical reports to be delivered by 10 PM same dayFor Ultrasound test scheduled after 2 PM eConsultation to start from 8 AM next day and the physical reports to be delivered starting from 8 AM next dayFACILITATOR:Confirm the compliance of preparations required.
SLAs:For Ultrasound test scheduled before 2 PM eConsultation will be scheduled before 9 PM same day and the physical reports to be delivered by 10 PM same dayFor Ultrasound test scheduled after 2 PM eConsultation to start from 8 AM next day and the physical reports to be delivered starting from 8 AM next day
Ultrasound pelvic 3D or gynaecologic is an ultrasound of the female pelvis. It examines the female pelvic organs including the uterus (commonly called the �womb�), the endometrium (the lining of the uterus), the cervix and the ovaries. Ultrasound Pelvic 3D/4D can obtain views of the pelvis that are not seen on the conventional 2D ultrasound, especially views of the uterus. 2D ultrasound can obtain longitudinal and transverse views of the uterus. 3D ultrasound adds in the coronal view (or C-plane) of the uterus, enabling the physician to get an image of the uterus that is �front on�.