Ultrasound is a technology that uses high-frequency sound waves to create a picture of the inside of the body on a monitor screen. It is a very safe, non-invasive procedure.
Ultrasound is used to examine:
- Female pelvis.
- Scrotum and testes.
- Vascular system.
- Pregnancy in all three trimesters.
Kent Hospital's Ultrasound Department uses up-to-date equipment and experienced certified technologists to provide high-quality images for diagnostic use.
The images are interpreted by the department's board-certified radiologists, who promptly report results to your physician.