General Ultrasound Procedures
During an ultrasound, also referred to as a sonogram, one of our technologists applies ultrasound gel to the area(s) being studied. Then she gently slides a transducer over the area(s). The ultrasound transducer generates high-frequency sound waves to produce digital images of the area(s) being studied.
Ultrasounds are quick, generally painless, and safe for nearly everyone because no radiation is emitted. In addition to diagnosing the source of pain, swelling, and/or infection; ultrasounds are frequently used throughout pregnancy to monitor fetal development.
Bergen Imaging Center offers a number of specialized ultrasounds, including: Abdominal Ultrasounds, Pelvic/Transabdominal and Transvaginal Ultrasounds, First Trimester Obstetrical Ultrasounds, Renal and Bladder Ultrasounds and Thyroid Ultrasounds.
Abdominal sonograms examine abdominal organs, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys.
Pelvic Sonogram/ Transabdominal or Transvaginal
Pelvic sonograms examine the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, bladder, and ovaries.
First Trimester Obstetrical (OB) Ultrasounds
First trimester OB ultrasounds monitor fetal development to ensure a healthy and complication-free pregnancy.
Renal and Bladder Ultrasound
Renal and bladder ultrasounds examine the kidney, ureters, and bladder.
Thyroid ultrasounds examine the thyroid, parathyroid, and other structures in the neck.
Scrotal ultrasounds examine the scrotum and testicles.