1. Testicle and Scrotal sac Ultrasound

    An ultrasound is often the first test done if the doctor thinks you might have testicular cancer. It uses sound waves to produce images of the inside of your body. It can be used to see if a change is a certain benign condition (like a hydrocele or varicocele) or a solid tumor that could be a cancer…Read More

  2. Thyroid Ultrasound

    How Do I Know If I Have Thyroid Cancer? Thyroid nodules, or lumps, are very common. Most aren’t cancer.Your thyroid is the small, butterfly-shaped gland usually located at the bottom front of your neck. If you have a lump on it, chances are you found it yourself, though your doctor may have detected it during a physical exam. If you have discovered a lump on your own,…Read More

  3. Pregnancy Ultrasound

    Diagnostic and 3D/4D ultrasound Over 25 years of Ob ultrasound experience. We specialize in OB ultrasound. The entire wall is an ultrasound screen. Every patient receives a heart beat teddy bear with a recording of your baby's heart beating and  pictures. Friends and family are welcome in our beautiful spacious scanning room. The ultimate baby bonding experience. If you n…Read More

  4. Postmenopausal Bleeding

    If you’ve gone through menopause, you shouldn’t have any menstrual bleeding. Menopause means you haven’t had a period in at least one year. If you have any bleeding -- even if it’s only spotting -- you should see a doctor. She’ll want to rule out serious causes, like cancer.What Causes It? A number of conditions may lead to postmenopausal bleeding: Polyps: T…Read More