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Ultrasound Examinations

Skull (infants)

The still-open fontanelle of an infant (which closes over a period between 6 and 18 months of age) allows us to use an ultrasound to closely observe the brain. We are happy to oversee the monitoring of pre-existing conditions.

Stomach, Kidneys and Urinary Tract

In the case of difficult to diagnose stomach pain and urinary tract infection, internal organs can be examined by ultrasound in a manner that is both painless and avoids radiation.

We are also pleased to offer kidney sonography as an IGel service, screening for congenital malformations of the urogenital tract.

Infantile Hip Displacement (U2/ U3)

The examination of infants’ hips is carried out with sonography. It is a standard component of our preventive care for young infants. Generally speaking, this examination takes place during U3 to ensure early recognition and treatment for pre-identifiable problems. It can, however, be carried out as early as U2, when hereditary factors or a breech become apparent.

We can both carry out screenings and also oversee and monitor conditions that have already been identified. At your request, we would also obviously refer you on to an orthopaedic surgeon or a children’s orthopaedic surgeon.