General Ultrasound

An Ultrasound, also known as sonography, uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of organs, blood vessels, and tissues within the body. These high-frequency sound waves are inaudible to the human ear. The sound waves are transmitted through the body by an instrument called a transducer. A water-based gel is applied to the skin to help transmit the sound waves. Special computer equipment then converts the sound waves into an image. Because ultrasound uses sound waves rather than radiation, it is a safe form of fetal imaging.

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Ultrasound Testing

Please call our Radiology Department between 8am and 5pm to schedule your exam, at 330-674-1584 extension 4124

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981 Wooster Road
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
(330) 674-1015


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