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Pelvic Ultrasound

What is pelvic ultrasound?

A pelvic ultrasound (sonogram) uses reflected sound waves to produce a picture of organs and other structures in the lower abdomen (pelvis).

Pelvic ultrasound can be done three ways:

Who needs pelvic ultrasound?

A pelvic ultrasound may be recommended to find the cause of blood in the urine, difficult urination, or pelvic pain. They may also be used during cancer diagnosis.

For women, pelvic ultrasound may be recommended to:

For men, a pelvic ultrasound may be done to:

Pelvic ultrasound is performed by the order of a physician.

To find a doctor or request an appointment,
call (214) 947-0000 or click to schedule.