High End Ultrasonography In Ahmedabad

High End Ultrasonography In Ahmedabad

High End Ultrasonography In Ahmedabad

Our services of high-End Ultrasonography in Ahmedabad is a service that enhances your diagnosis with improved imaging performance and adaptive technologies. Our ultrasound machines and sonography equipment meet your clinical needs with the versatility and functionality you need for patient diagnosis.

What is Ultrasonography?

Medical ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging technique based on the application of ultrasound. Ultrasonography is a diagnostic medical procedure that uses sound waves to produce images such as tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs on a screen, which allows medical providers to view internal structures of the body.


Procedure of Ultrasonography

Ultrasonography uses a high-frequency sound that is known as the ultrasound waves to produce internal organs images and other tissues. A device called a transducer converts electrical current into sound waves, which are sent into the body’s tissues. Sound waves bounce off formations in the body and are considered as the transducer, which transforms the waves into the electrical signals. A computer converts the pattern of electrical signals into an image, which is displayed on a monitor and recorded on film, on videotape, or as a digital computer image.

Ultrasonography is painless, comparatively inexpensive, and considered as an extremely safe procedure, even during pregnancy. We’re committed to providing high-End Ultrasonography in Ahmedabad to help you to know about the image of your internal body.

Why use Ultrasonography?

Ultrasonography is commonly used to evaluate the following:

  • Heart
  • Blood vessels
  • Gallbladder and biliary tract
  • Liver, spleen, and pancreas
  • Urinary tract
  • Female reproductive organs
  • Pregnancy
How Does Ultrasonography Work?

The ultrasound image is produced by sending sound waves of 1-10 million hertz through a transducer by placing it over structures of the body. The sound waves are either absorbed or bounce back to crystals in the head of the transducer. For example, sound waves go through areas that are hollow or fluid-filled, such as the bladder and blood vessels. These areas appear black on the screen. Areas filled with tissue allow some penetration and refraction of sound and produce a grayish-white image. Really hard structures, such as bone, produce a bright white image as the sound waves completely bounce back to the transducer.

In pregnancy, this allows providers to have an image of the woman's womb. The amniotic fluid will appear black, which enhances the bones and tissues of the baby, which will appear white. The doctor explains that the ultrasound is ordered so he can assess how well the baby is developing, determine the gender of the baby, and detect any abnormalities. He can also measure Patty's cervix and ovaries.