Discover the power of ultrasound scans in our clinic to diagnose and address uterine fibroids. Our Gynaecology specialist sonographers use this safe and reliable imaging technique to provide you with valuable insights into your condition.
By identifying the size, number, and location of fibroids, we can help your doctor to tailor an effective treatment plan just for you.
Visit our clinic for an ultrasound scan and empower yourself with knowledge and let us guide you towards a brighter, fibroid-free future.
In some cases, fibroids can cause complications such as distortion of the uterine cavity, pressure on nearby organs, or interference with fertility. An ultrasound scan can assess these complications and guide appropriate management strategies.
An ultrasound scan is an important tool for evaluating fibroids because it allows for the visualization and assessment of the size, location, and characteristics of the fibroids. It helps in confirming the presence of fibroids and provides valuable information for diagnosis and treatment planning.
: A fibroid ultrasound scan provides important information about the number, size, location, and characteristics of the fibroids. It helps determine whether the fibroids are located within the uterus (submucosal), on the outer surface (subserosal), or within the uterine wall (intramural). The scan can also assess the effect of fibroids on the surrounding structures and determine if there are any complications or associated conditions.
An ultrasound scan is a primary diagnostic tool for fibroids. It helps visualize the fibroids and differentiate them from other conditions that may cause similar symptoms. The scan provides real-time images, allowing the healthcare provider to assess the location, size, and characteristics of the fibroids. It aids in confirming the presence of fibroids and evaluating their impact on the uterus and surrounding structures.
An ultrasound scan assists in treatment planning for fibroids by providing crucial information about the size, location, and number of fibroids. This information helps determine the most appropriate treatment approach, such as medication, minimally invasive procedures (e.g., uterine artery embolization), or surgery (e.g., myomectomy or hysterectomy). The scan also helps in monitoring the effectiveness of the treatment over time.