We provide a dedicated and unique women’s imagery service. Our obstetrics services include: Nuchal scan, Cervical scan, Morphology scan, Growth wellbeing scan, Dating and Viability scan and Ultrasound.
The dating and viability scan is an ultrasound examination amd is usually carried out between 6-10 weeks of pregnancy. The aims of the dating and viability scan are to determine: The viability of the pregnancy The gestational age of the pregnancy The number of embryos present The position of the pregnancy […][...]Read More
This scan is carried out from 11 weeks to 13 weeks and six days. The scan is usually performed transabdominally but in a few cases it may be necessary to do the examination transvaginally. Aims of the nuchal scan To date the pregnancy accurately This is particularly relevant for women […][...]Read More
The morphology scan is a detailed scan at 18-20 weeks of pregnancy. During the scan we examine each part of the fetal body, determine the position of the placenta, assess the amount of amniotic fluid, and measure fetal growth. Special attention is paid to the brain, face, spine, heart, stomach, […][...]Read More
The growth wellbeing scan is an ultrasound scan and is usually carried at about 32 weeks of pregnancy. Some obstetricians advise that this scan is offered to all women. Others reserve such scans for those women who have had previous complications of pregnancy such as pre-eclampsia, growth restriction, diabetes, stillbirth, and […][...]Read More
The cervical scan is a transvaginal scan to measure the length of the cervix. The cervical scans is recommended in women at high risk for preterm birth, including multiple pregnancies, those with a previous preterm birth, abnormalities of the uterus or previous cervical surgery. This examination is usually carried out at the time […][...]Read More