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List of Ultrasound Services

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Neck Ultrasound

Your doctor would order an ultrasound of the neck if he or she suspects a problem or a developing condition in your carotid arteries, lymph nodes, or thyroid.

Obstetrical ultrasound

Obstetrical ultrasound provides pictures of an embryo or fetus within a woman’s uterus, as well as the mother’s uterus and ovaries.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

An imaging procedure that allows doctors to see muscles, joints, and more. For diagnosing muscle tears/strains, nerves, and arthritis.

Vascular Ultrasound

Vascular ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging method that uses sound waves to assess blood vessels, detecting blockages or abnormalities.

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Annex Medical Imaging

Please review the document for instructions on “How to prepare” for your upcoming test.

Including: Pancreas, Kidneys, Liver, Gall Bladder, Spleen and Aorta

  • Requires fasting.

  • Do not eat or drink for 8 hours prior to your ultrasound appointment.

  • Medications should be consumed exclusively with water.


Uterus, Ovaries, Bladder, Prostate, G.U. Tract, and Pregnancy (Obstetrical/Nuchal translucency).

  • Requires a full bladder at the time of examination.

  • Drink at least 4 cups of water ( 1 Liter ) one hour before your scheduled appointment.

  • Do not go to the washroom prior to your examination as full bladder is required. If you have any discomfort please let the front desk staff or the technologist know so they may advise you accordingly.

  • Requires both fasting for 8hours and a full bladder.

  • Fast for 8 hours and finish drinking 4 cups of water 1 hour before your scheduled appointment.

  • Do not go to the washroom prior to your examination.

  • Medications should be consumed exclusively with water.
  • Do not eat for 6 hours prior to your scheduled appointment.

  • Drink 4 cups of water and don’t go to the washroom 1 hour prior to your test.

Frequently asked Questions

An ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging test that uses sound waves to create pictures of the inside of your body, including organs, tissues, and blood vessels. Your doctor may recommend an ultrasound to diagnose various conditions, such as pregnancy monitoring, abdominal pain, or evaluating organ function.
  • Preparation for an ultrasound depends on the specific type of ultrasound you’re having. In many cases, there is minimal preparation required. You may be asked to fast for a certain period before certain abdominal ultrasounds to improve image quality.
In most cases, you can eat and drink normally before an ultrasound. However, if you’re having an abdominal ultrasound, your healthcare provider may recommend fasting for several hours before the procedure to ensure clear imaging of your organs.
Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows easy access to the area of the body being examined. You may be asked to change into a hospital gown depending on the specific ultrasound you’re having.
Yes, it’s important to inform the sonographer about any implants, such as pacemakers or metal implants, as they may interfere with the ultrasound imaging or require special considerations.
The duration of an ultrasound procedure varies depending on the area of the body being examined and the specific type of ultrasound being performed. Generally, ultrasound procedures are relatively quick, typically taking between 15 to 45 minutes.
Ultrasound is considered a safe and non-invasive imaging technique with minimal risks. Unlike X-rays and CT scans, ultrasounds do not use radiation. However, there may be rare allergic reactions to ultrasound gel used during the procedure.
Yes, you can typically bring a friend or family member with you to your ultrasound appointment. They can provide support and comfort during the procedure.
The timing of receiving your ultrasound results may vary depending on the healthcare facility and the urgency of your case. In many cases, the sonographer will perform the ultrasound and the images will be interpreted by a radiologist or healthcare provider shortly thereafter. Your healthcare provider will discuss the results with you during a follow-up appointment.

Yes, in most cases, you can resume your normal activities immediately after an ultrasound. There are typically no restrictions, and you can go about your day as usual.