Pregnancy Scans 

Testimonials

 

“Set all my worries straight, can't fault the service. It was fantastic!" 

 

Trisha & Cormac

“Excellent Service, really put my mind at ease"

 

Anne

"Very professional and overall very reassuring. Recommend to all!"

 

Alice & Michael

General Radiology Scans 

In addition to pregnancy scans, ScanMe.ie also provides a full General Ultrasound service. Our scans are read by an Irish Consultant Radiologist and a report will be faxed to your GP within 48 hours.

 

How do I make an appointment?

If you have a referral letter from your GP, have it faxed to 01 825 0784 and we will contact you directly to make an appointment at your earliest convenience. We provide this service in our Clinic in Mullingar and in our sattelite service in CMC House, 1 Balinalee Road, Longford.

Our Radiology Scans include:

  1. Ultrasound Thyroid - Goitre, Altered Thyroid function tests, Rule out mas... 

  2. Ultrasound Testes - Palpable mass, inflamation...

  3. Ultrasound soft Tissue Mass - A palpable mass to query cyst vs. solid (excluding breast)

  4. Ultrasound Pelvis (Female) Uterus & Ovaries - Rule out ovarian cyst, complex ovarian mass, Fibroids, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Tubo-ovarian absess, free Pelvic Fluid, Abnormal Thickening of the endometrium...

  5. TV Pelvic Scan, Follicle Tracking Study - For the patient who is planning a pregnancy, this scan will measure the size of the mature follicle. 

  6. Ultrasound Pelvis (Male) Bladder, Prostate & Kidneys - To evaluate the enlarged prostate and measure the post-void bladder volume. To assess the Kidneys for obstruction. 

  7. Ultrasound Abdomen - To assess the Liver, Pancreas and Spleen. Rule out gallstones and/or Kidney stones.

  8. Ultrasound Aorta - To Rule out Aneurysm 

  9. Ultrasound Lower Limb Deep Veins,  Rule out DVT - To Rule out deep vein thrombosis.

  10. Carotid Duplex Ultasound - This scan is done to assess the blood flow through the Carotid arteries in the neck which supply the brain. The Vertebral arteries are also examined. Reasons to have this scan are to look for plaques that narrow or block the vessels causing blood flow disturbances. Symptoms may include dizziness, momentary blindness in one eye, headache or TIA (mini stroke). Our scans are reviewed by Dr. Patricia Fitzgerald who is Chief of Vascular Imaging in Beaumont Hospital.