1. Level 2 Ultrasound Kailua Hawaii

    What Is Included? Between 18 and 22 weeks into your pregnancy, your baby will be large enough for your medical provider to see details of their organs and limbs from head to toe through an anatomy scan. If you're having multiples, each fetus will receive their own scan. Sometimes, follow up ultrasounds for growth and reevaluation will be suggested based on the findings of …Read More

  2. Pregnancy 3D 4D ultrasound

    What's the Difference Between 2D, 3D, and 4D Scans? While a 2D ultrasound provides a grainy, flat image of your little one, 3D ultrasounds will show more detail. During the 3D ultrasound, multiple 2D images are taken from different angles, and these are rendered together to create a three-dimensional image of your baby. This scan can provide a clear image of the fetus, inc…Read More

  3. 3D 4D Ultrasound Hawaii

    When is the Best Time to Get a 3D Ultrasound?   Pregnant women can get a 3D ultrasound anytime, either in addition to or instead of a traditional, two-dimensional ultrasound. Medical professionals may prefer conducting them between approximately 24 and 34 weeks. During this time, the baby will be developed enough to view him properly. There’s also less risk that fluid …Read More

  4. Pregnancy 3D/4D Ultrasound Kailua Hawaii

    When Is The Best Time To Schedule A 3D/4D Ultrasound? At Ultracare Diagnostic Imaging we recommend that patients schedule their 3D/4D ultrasound between 26-28 weeks of their pregnancy. The baby is developed at 16 weeks, but they are very small and not a lot of detail can be seen with the 3D ultrasound. Later on in the pregnancy, about 26-27 weeks, the baby “fattens up”…Read More

  5. Thyroid ultrasound

    How the Test is Performed Ultrasound is a painless method that uses sound waves to create images of the inside of the body. The test is often done in the ultrasound or radiology department. It also can be done in a clinic. The test is done in this way: You lie down with your neck on a pillow or other soft support. Your neck is stretched slightly. The ultrasound technician…Read More

  6. Thyroid Ultrasound

    What is an Ultrasound of the Thyroid? Ultrasound is safe and painless. It produces pictures of the inside of the body using sound waves. Ultrasound imaging is also called ultrasound scanning or sonography. It uses a small probe called a transducer and gel placed directly on the skin. High-frequency sound waves travel from the probe through the gel into the body. The probe…Read More

  7. Anatomy Screening OB ultrasound

    Detailed Anatomy Ultrasound The detailed anatomy ultrasound, sometimes called the second trimester scan or the anatomical scan, is a routine ultrasound that is available to all pregnant women in Ontario. Timing Ultrasounds can be done throughout the course of pregnancy. This particular ultrasound is typically done in the second trimester, ideally between 18 and 22 weeks ge…Read More

  8. 3D/4D Pregnancy ultrasound Kailua Hawaii

    We offer the unique opportunity to see your unborn child with the most up to date technology for 3D/4D ultrasound. Our ultrasound machines are the most advanced available. The technology is so precise, it can capture your baby’s movements in real time (4D) and provide quality 3D images. Our ultrasonographers are registered sonographers with extensive experience in 3D/4D …Read More

  9. 1st trimester ultrasound

    First trimester ultrasound In the first trimester, an early ultrasound is often a routine part of prenatal care between 6 to 9 weeks of pregnancy. However a first-trimester ultrasound isn’t standard practice, because it’s still too early for your practitioner to see your baby in detail. Most practitioners wait until at least 6 weeks to perform a first pregnancy ultraso…Read More