GENERAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING (SONOGRAPHY)
Ultrasound is a general examination using ultrasound rather than radiation to obtain radiological images. This procedure is commonly used in cases of pregnancy. RIMC offers a large number of ultrasound, among others:
- _ abdomen
- _ hepatic doppler
- _ doppler of the carotids arteries
- _ salivary glands
- _ breast
- _ pelvis
- _ transvaginal
- _ testis
- _ thyroid gland or face or neck
- _ superficial ultrasound of subcutaneous tissues
- _ musculoskeletal
- _ musculoskeletal procedures under ultrasound including injection of drugs in articulations
You can eat and drink normally. An hour before the exam, drink three glasses of water in order to fill your bladder. Generally, this amount should be sufficient so that your bladder is full when we perform the ultrasound exam, so do not urinate in the meantime.
Abdominal Ultrasound or Hepatic Doppler
Fasting state five hours before the exam (no drinking, no eating, smoking or chewing).
For other Ultrasounds
No preparation required.