Ultrasound has become a routine part of the care of pregnant women enabling obstetricians and pregnant women insight into the development and appearance of the unborn baby.
DXA is an abbreviation for "Dual-energy X-Ray Absorptiometry".
Ultrasound scanning is used to help monitor and diagnose conditions in many parts of the body.
Your doctor or healthcare professional may recommend a CT scan (also known as a CAT scan) because it is the best way for us to make an accurate diagnosis for certain conditions.
Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) is a highly specialised investigation combining two types of tests - endoscopy and ultrasound.
Ultrasound involves high frequency sound waves being used to produce images of the interior of the human body.
A mammogram is a diagnostic test used to look for any problems within the breast and surrounding tissues. At Nuffield Health some women are eligible to refer themselves for self-pay breast screening.
We provide a state of the art computer-assisted mole mapping and digital photo-dermoscopy surveillance service.
Your doctor or healthcare professional has recommended an MRI scan because it is the best way to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition.
Nuchal scans combine ultrasound and biochemistry tests to predict the chances of a baby being born with Down's Syndrome.
Panoramic x-rays of the mouth and jaw.
The ovaries are part of the female reproductive system and sit either side of the womb.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive scan used to monitor and diagnose conditions in many parts of the body. Some men's and women's health tests including testicular, gynaecological and pregnancy scans are carried out using ultrasound.
An X-ray machine produces a burst of high energy radiation which passes through the body to produce an image on a film or detector.