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Cancer is the second leading cause of death behind heart and vascular disease—and is projected to cost over $89.1 billion, with a large number of people diagnosed at late stages, when treatment can be more extensive, costlier and less successful.
Our tests are completely pain-free, require no needles or blood to be drawn and no clothes to be removed. In as little as 20 minutes, our board-certified sonographers will test seven primary areas to identify possible or potential areas of concern. Confidential individual results will be made available to each participating employee.
This scan is used to detect abnormalities in the thyroid such as nodules, cysts, goiters, and tumors. This scan gives a lot of valuable information such as if a growth is fluid-filled or solid, the number of growths, where the growths are located, whether a growth has distinct boundaries, and if there is blood flow to the growth.
This procedure is used to assess for pancreatic malignancy, pancreatitis and its complications, as well as for other pancreatic panthology. This scan identifies conditions such as pancreatic necrosis, pancreatic abscess, pancreatic carcinoma, pancreatic endocrine tumors, and much more.
This scan assesses the gallbladder and bile ducts and detects any abnormalities. Among other things, the scan may show gallstones and also a blockage within the bile duct or gallbladder called cholecystitis.
Scanning of the kidneys will allow us to assess the size, shape, and location of the kidneys and related structures, such as the ureters and bladder. The scan can detect cysts, tumors, abscesses, obstructions, fluid collection, and infection within or around the kidneys.
AAA stands for abdominal aortic aneurysm. The largest blood vessel in the body. This test looks for weak spots in the artery called aneurysms. The first symptom of a abdominal aneurysm usually is sudden death.
Evaluation of the liver by ultrasound will reveal damage and fatty liver. These things are reversible if caught in time, but fatty liver disease is linked to heart attacks.
Evaluation of the size, shape, texture, and vascularity of the spleen. This scan will allow us to see trauma, disease, and malignancy.