Liver Ultrasound Scan

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Liver Ultrasound Disease Scan - £175.00

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London Private Ultrasound (LPU) offers an Liver ultrasound scan to the male and female patients over 18 years old.
A thorough examination of:

* Biliary ducts of the liver
* Vasculature of the Gallbladder and Liver

An ultrasound scan of the liver is a frequent diagnostic tool for detecting liver illness and anomalies. The test generates images of the liver using high-frequency sound waves, which can be used to diagnose a variety of problems, including:

Fatty Liver: A nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) ultrasound scan can reveal the presence of extra fat within the liver.
Cirrhosis: An ultrasound scan might identify scarring or nodules in the liver, which may indicate cirrhosis, a late-stage liver disease.
Tumours: An ultrasound scan can reveal the existence of benign or malignant tumours within the liver.
Blood Flow: An ultrasound scan can also be used to assess blood flow within the liver, which can be impacted by liver disease.
Liver Enlargement: This is a symptom of a medical condition.

What is the purpose of a liver scan?

A liver scan may be performed to screen for disorders including liver cancer, hepatitis, or cirrhosis. A liver scan may reveal lesions such as tumours, abscesses, or cysts of the liver or spleen. A liver scan may be performed to determine the health of the liver and/or spleen following abdominal trauma or when there is unexplained pain in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. A liver scan may reveal enlargement of the liver or spleen.

A liver scan may also be used to assess response to liver disease therapy and/or to track the progression of liver disease. A liver scan may detect portal hypertension (elevated blood pressure within the liver’s circulation) when more of the radionuclide is absorbed by the spleen rather than the liver.

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