Port Perry Imaging offers a wide array of ultrasound examinations
Your ultrasound images can be provided to you on a CD because they are captured digitally. If required, you will be able to take your ultrasound images to your referring physician or specialist. Obstetric patients can be provided with a copy of their baby’s images on CD for a nominal charge.
What is Ultrasound First?
Ultrasound First is an endeavor devoted to education and increasing awareness of the effectiveness of ultrasound in enhancing patient care.
For appropriate clinical conditions, ultrasound offers clear safety and economic advantages over radiographic exams, and yet evidence suggests that ultrasound is underutilized.
Many clinicians are unaware of the range of conditions for which ultrasound first is an established guideline, and the gap only grows larger as research extends ultrasound’s diagnostic value.
Consider the benefits…
Safe – Ultrasound emits NO ionizing radiation. It may be all you need.
Effective – Ultrasound has comparable or superior diagnostic capability in a growing number of imaging scenarios making it the smart diagnostic choice.
Affordable – Ultrasound is an inexpensive and portable tool that can provide faster diagnosis. Image more for less.
- Venous Doppler of the Lower Extremities for Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Venous Doppler of the Upper Extremities for Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Carotid and Vertebral Artery Doppler
- Arterial Doppler of the Lower Extremities
- Arterial Doppler of the Upper Extremities
- Female Pelvic Suprapubic and Endovaginal
- Male Pelvic Suprapubic and Endorectal
- Groin for Hernia and Lumps
Small Parts Ultrasound
- Salivary Gland
- “Lumps and Bumps”
A breast ultrasound uses sound waves to create an image of the breast. An ultrasound can show whether a lump in the breast, found on the mammogram or palpated by your doctor is solid or a fluid-filled cyst.
Our technologist will ask you to lie down on a stretcher and raise your arm above your head to perform the exam. If you have shoulder discomfort or pain, please advise our technologist so we can work with you to adapt a more comfortable position for your exam.
- 1st Trimester Dating Ultrasound
- Nuchal Translucency (NT) scan between 11 and 14 weeks
- Detailed 2nd Trimester Anatomic Survey (18 to 20 weeks)
- 3rd Trimester scan for Fetal Growth
- Biophysical Profile (BPP)
- Shoulder for Rotator Cuff Pathology and Impingement
- Elbow for Golfer/Tennis Elbow; Olecranon Bursitis
- Wrist and Hand for Tendon Injury/Inflammation/DeQuervain’s
- Wrist for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Muscle Tears
- Hip for Effusion/Tendonitis/Bursitis/Synovitis
- Knee for Tendon and Ligamentous Pathology/Injury
- Knee for Popliteal Fossa Cyst
- Ankle and Foot for Ligamentous/Tendon Injury/Inflammation
- Foot for Morton’s Neuroma
- Heel for Plantar Fasciitis
- Muscle Tear
- Please view our sports injury ultrasound specific page for more information.
Transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound
- Please view our Gynecological Sonography specific page for more information.