Ultrasound Imaging At Progressive Diagnostic Imaging

 

Ultrasound Room Progressive Diagnostic Imaging Riverdale Morris County New Jersey

Ultrasound Imaging sometimes referred to as Diagnostic Sonography, is a diagnostic imaging service provided by Progressive Diagnostic Imaging in Riverdale, NJ. This imaging process is a surface level, non-invasive & non-surgical method of examining and diagnosing for medical reasons. Ultrasound Imaging is commonly known for its’ use during pregnancy examinations, however, it has many uses in the medical field. Ultrasounds Imaging is used in Muscular-skeletal, cardiology, gastroenterology, Otolaryngology (head and Neck) and much more. Progressive Diagnostic Imaging provides Ultrasound Imaging for New Jersey patients

 

How Does Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Work?

Ultrasound Imaging, in the simplest terms, is the process of sending high-frequency sound waves into the body. As these sound waves bounce, or echo, off of internal tissues, it is translated into a 2-dimensional image. The physician can then use this image to diagnose a wide range of issues including reduced blood flow, the condition of tissue and other abnormalities

 

Progressive Diagnostic Imaging Provides Ultrasound Imaging In Riverdale, NJ

Progressive Diagnostic Imaging offers the highest quality Ultrasound Imaging Machine. From its digital broadband beamformer to its powerful imaging processor, this machine gives us the ability to gather high-quality images that the doctor and patient can count on. In addition, the results will be more detailed, which leads to better clinical interpretation and increased diagnostic confidence patient after patient.

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Ultrasound
Abdomen Complete
Female Pelvis (Transabd + Transvaginal)
Pelvis (Transabd w/ PVR)
Thyroid w/ Color Doppler
Testicular w/ Color Doppler
Renal / Kidney
Renal Artery Doppler
Extremity
Carotid
Aorta
LE – (Lower Extremity-Arterial) L R B
UE – (Upper Extremity-Arterial) L R B
LE – Venous L R B
Planter Fascia L R B
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