1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. OB 20-22 week Anatomy screening ultrasound

      Timing 20-22 weeks  of pregnancy Purpose Determine the growth and health of the baby/babies Evaluate placental position Measure of the amount of amniotic fluid Description This is a detailed scan of your baby/babies anatomy. The scan is performed transabdominally. In women at high risk for preterm delivery (multiple pregnancies, previous preterm birth, abnormalitie…Read More

  5. Pregnancy Ultrasound Gig Harbor Washington

    Ultracare Diagnostic Imaging is located in Gig Harbor Washington. We specialize in diagnostic OB ultrasound with over 25 years of experience. All exams are read by a Washington  Board Certified Radiologist.  …Read More

  6. What Is an Ultrasound?

    Many people who hear the term "ultrasound" likely picture a pregnant woman in her doctor's office getting a sneak peek of the baby growing inside her womb -- perhaps even finding out whether she should paint the nursery pink or blue. But while fetal imaging is one of the most common uses of ultrasounds, this diagnostic tool actually has many applications.How Ultrasound I…Read More


    Like regular ultrasounds, 3D and 4D ultrasounds use sound waves to create an image of your baby in your womb. What's different is that 3D ultrasounds create a three-dimensional image of your baby, while 4D ultrasounds create a live video effect, like a movie -- you can watch your baby smile or yawn.Jul 2, 2018 3D/4D Ultrasound - WebMD   https://www.webmd.com › …Read More

  8. Kidney Ultrasound

    What is a kidney ultrasound? A kidney ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic exam that produces images, which are used to assess the size, shape, and location of the kidneys. Ultrasound may also be used to assess blood flow to the kidneys. Ultrasound uses a transducer that sends out ultrasound waves at a frequency too high to be heard. The ultrasound transducer is placed o…Read More

  9. 1st Trimester Ultrasound

    Positive pregnancy test Call your doctor and schedule a pregnancy confirmation/dating ultrasound See your baby on a large screen monitor and listen to your baby's heart beating. Every patient receives a heart beat teddy bear and pictures. You have a choice to choose the location of your next ultrasound. Choose Ultracare Diagnostic Imaging Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare …Read More

  10. Breast Ultrasound

    WHAT IS A BREAST ULTRASOUND? Breast ultrasound is a noninvasive medical test that uses sound waves (not x-rays) from a hand-held unit called a transducer to produce pictures of the inside of the breast. An ultrasound test may be useful if your mammogram shows a mass, or if a lump is felt during a breast exam that may or may not be seen on a mammogram. A breast ultrasound e…Read More