PREGNANCY ULTRASOUND 

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We offer full medical care for a young girl, mother and mature woman, based on the experience of gynecologists and modern equipment, in comfortable conditions.

Menopause, HRT – Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hormonal disorders – endometriosis – Infertility treatment – Genital infections – Inflammation and genital infection

Pregnancy Ultrasound in Victoria Clinic – Pregnancy ultrasound should be done at least three times – between 11 and 14 weeks of pregnancy, between 18 and 23, and between 28 and 32 weeks of pregnancy. During the ultrasound examination, among others, the age of pregnancy and the anatomical structure of the fetus are assessed, which is why performing the examination exactly in these ranges allows for the most accurate assessment. Ultrasound is a test method using ultrasonic waves, i.e. very high frequency sounds that are inaudible to humans. Ultrasounds emitted by the head of the ultrasound apparatus are reflected from the examined tissues, e.g. from the internal organs of the fetus. Then the waves return to the sensor, through which the gynecologist moves the belly of a pregnant woman. Thanks to a special system, the information is processed into a black and white image visible on the monitor screen.

Testing equipment.

The Victoria Clinic is equipped with the brand new GE Voluson E8 Expert. We are the only clinic in the North-West that provides such a modern diagnostic equipment. Voluson E8 Expert is a superior clinical stationary ultrasound system designed and based on the technology of KRETZ for diagnostics in all areas. The device has the latest software for the highest quality imaging technology 2D, 3D and 4D. It was created in order to conduct high-quality ultrasound examinations, including gynaecological, prenatal, obstetric, neonatal, fetal heart echo test, children and adults. The device is equipped with a range of innovative solutions to increase visualization and accuracy of diagnosis. CRI technology ensures unprecedented, as far ultrasound image quality. On the other hand SonoNT is the first technology on the market that allows for non-invasive, automatic and quantifiable measurement of nuchal translucency fold in the fetus. It enables the detection of serious congenital defects, i.e. Down syndrome, Edwards and Patau as well as adverse pregnancy. Automation of measuring cervical fold translucency in the fetus, allows to obtain a measurable, reproducible result that is essential for accurate diagnosis and is consistent with the recommendations of the Fetal Medicine Foundation.

Reception

For details , please call to Victoria Clinic Phone 0161 832 4153 or sent email: info@victoriaclinicmanchester.co.uk