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What can a ultrasound scan detect?
An external ultrasound scan is most often used to examine the heart or an unborn baby in the womb. It can also be used to examine the liver, kidneys and other organs in the tummy and pelvis, as well as other organs or tissues that can be assessed through the skin, such as muscles and joints.
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Do you want to see your baby one last time before they arrive?
Our Presentation Scans are available at all gestational stages, and include:
- 20 minute diagnostic appointment
- Well being check
- Growth report with Estimated Fetal Weight
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*Interesting Facts About X rays*
1). X-rays were discovered by accident in 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Röentgen, a German professor.Röentgen noticed crystals giving off a fluorescent glow when placed near a high-voltage cathode-ray tube—even when he shielded them with dark paper. Some form of energy was being produced by the tube, penetrating the paper and causing the crystals to glow. His later experiments showed that this radiation could penetrate soft tissues but not bone, and would produce shadow images on photographic plates.
2). Röentgen was awarded the very first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901.
3). The “X” in X-ray stands for the unknown, just as x stands for an unknown quantity in mathematics.
4). During World War I, X-rays were already being used for medical purposes, including locating bullets in the human body.
5). X-rays were originally considered completely safe to the body, even though x-ray technicians would often suffer burns. The first person to die from x-ray radiation exposure was Thomas Edison’s assistant, Clarence Dally, who had worked extensively with X-rays. He died of skin cancer in 1904.
6). X-ray technology can be used for elemental analysis and chemical analysis, determining the materials and layers in art objects, buildings, archaeological finds, and more.
7). Diamonds don’t show up on X-rays.
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