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An ultrasonic scan is a diagnostic procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to obtain live images from the body’s interior. It is called sonography, too. Ultrasound scans are used to determine fetal growth, and they can diagnose liver, heart, kidney, or abdominal issues. Often, they can help with certain forms of biopsy. Ultrasound uses no radiation, as opposed to other imaging methods. It’s the preferred way to view a developing fetus during pregnancy, for that reason. We provide services in Frisco, Mckinney, Texas.

Conventional ultrasonic images are presented in small , flat areas of the body. Ultrasound technology developments include three-dimensional (3-D) ultrasonics that transforms sound wave data into 3-D images.

An ultrasonic analysis of Doppler can be part of an ultrasound test.

Doppler ultrasound is a special ultrasonic technique that detects material movement in the body. It lets the doctor see and assess blood flow through the body’s arteries and veins.

There are three types of ultrasonic Doppler: