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- How is an ultrasound done at Capital Radiology?
- What does Capital Radiology offer?
- Why choose our HPCSA-certified radiologists?
- What is ultrasound imaging and how does it work?
- Do I need to book an appointment for an ultrasound?
- How long does it take to do an ultrasound?
- What does HPCSA stand for?
- Can I make an inquiry about the examinations at HPCSA?
- Why would a radiologist order a CT scan?
How is an ultrasound done at Capital Radiology?
The ultrasound transducer is then placed over the specific area of your body. Bookings are usually required for ultrasounds at Capital Radiology, although sometimes you may get an appointment on the same day.
What does Capital Radiology offer?
Capital Radiology provides an integrated radiological service at five Pretoria-based hospitals with services including X-rays, CT scans, Ultrasounds and other medical imaging technologies. See our full list of services below.
Why choose our HPCSA-certified radiologists?
Our HPCSA-certified radiologists are not only specialists in their respective fields, but are also known for treating patients with the utmost care. Should you require a radiology examination in the Pretoria area, simply make an appointment at one of our facilities through our online booking system or simply call us.
What is ultrasound imaging and how does it work?
Ultrasound imaging uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of the inside of your body. It’s very good a looking at the soft tissues of the body and is often the first step in determining the cause for your symptoms.
Do I need to book an appointment for an ultrasound?
Bookings are usually required for ultrasounds at Capital Radiology, although sometimes you may get an appointment on the same day. The locations of our Ultrasound services are listed on your Capital Radiology referral, or you can find your most convenient Capital Radiology site by viewing our locations.
How long does it take to do an ultrasound?
During the procedure. Ultrasound is usually painless. However, you may experience mild discomfort as the sonographer guides the transducer over your body, especially if youre required to have a full bladder, or inserts it into your body. A typical ultrasound exam takes from 30 minutes to an hour.