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An ultrasound scan uses sound waves to give a picture of the inside of your body. A small sensor, known as an ultrasound probe, is moved over your skin to look at your internal organs from different angles and the pictures are shown on a screen.
Ultrasound scans are used to look at many different parts of the body including the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, pelvic organs and joints. They can also be used to look at blood flow and to check for any thin or blocked blood vessels. Most ultrasound procedures do not involve an injection; however, if one is required, information will be given to you at the time of your appointment.
At Algebra Healthcare, the Radiologist may discuss the findings with you but in most cases, you will need to make an appointment with your Doctor or Consultant to get your results.