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Sonogram (Ultrasound)

What is Ultrasound?

Ultrasound is an imaging tool that uses sound waves to make an image. Ultrasound does not use radiation. It is used to evaluate a body part or organ like the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, and several other body parts. It is also used to evaluate veins and arteries for blood clots.

This is also a great imaging tool to evaluate pregnancy. For ultrasound, the patient lies down on a comfortable exam table and the technologist uses a transducer to scan the body.


For abdominal ultra sounds. NPO after midnight which means nothing to eat or drink after midnight.

For OB/Pregnancy ultrasounds, the patient needs to drink 4 glasses of water I hour prior to the test. This is about 31 ozs. of water. The patient must wait until after the exam to go to the rest room.

Address and Contact Information

1800 Park Place Avenue

Fort Worth, TX 76110

Phone: (682) 703-5600

Fax: (682) 703-5769 

Hours of Operation:

24 hours a day

7 days a week

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