Ultrasound imaging, also called sonography, is a non-invasive procedure which uses sound waves to create real-time images of the human body. Ultrasound works like sonar by bouncing sound waves off an object. A computer interprets the reflected sound waves and forms an image. No x-rays are involved.
Ultrasounds are frequently used to:
- Evaluate internal organs for tumors, cysts, abscesses, inflammation and obstruction.
- Locate stones in the gallbladder, bile ducts, or kidneys.
- Detect abnormalities of the heart valves.
- Detect aneurysms and impaired blood flow from blood clots or arteriosclerosis.
- Detect early pregnancy and study developing babies.
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St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center - 973.754.4343
St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital - 973.956.3312
St. Joseph’s Ambulatory Imaging Center at Clifton - 973.569.6300
St. Joseph’s University Imaging - 973.595.1300
703 Main StreetPaterson, NJ 07503 St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital
224 Hamburg TurnpikeWayne, NJ 07470
St. Joseph’s Ambulatory Imaging Center at Clifton
1135 Broad StreetClifton, NJ 07103 St. Joseph’s University Imaging224 Hamburg TurnpikeWayne, NJ 07470