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Detailed Fetal Ultrasounds Provide In-Depth Anatomy Assessments for Your Unborn Child

Alaska Family Sonograms is proud to offer a new service: Detailed fetal anatomy ultrasounds. Fetal anatomy ultrasounds are specialized screenings, typically recommended around 20 weeks gestation. These ultrasounds provide you and your doctor with a comprehensive assessment of your growing baby. What does a detailed fetal anatomy ultrasound measure? We want to ensure your baby …

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Female Pelvic Ultrasound Exam: What You Need to Know

If you are struggling to conceive naturally, your doctor may recommend a female pelvic ultrasound exam. These ultrasounds may help determine whether there are underlying gynecological issues that are interfering with natural conception. A female pelvic ultrasound exam can also help your doctor determine the best fertility treatment for you. What is involved in a …

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Renal Ultrasound: The Importance for Your Kidneys, Ureters & Bladder

When you think of the renal system (or urinary tract), picture it beyond the crucially important function of urine elimination. Instead, picture it as a carefully choreographed ballet of three necessary parts: The kidneys generate urine by filtering wastes and extra water from the blood The ureters (two thin tubes of muscle) transport the urine …

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Testicular Ultrasound: Purpose and Procedure

Testicular ultrasounds are the primary testing method for observing and evaluating the health and structure of the male reproductive organs. Testicles are responsible for creating sperm and testosterone, the male sex hormone. The male reproductive organs are vulnerable to many abnormalities and diseases that can cause pain, swelling, infertility — even serious threats to your …

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