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Vascular Ultrasound

A vascular ultrasound may be recommended to you if you have been prescribed to undergo an angiogram or other heart-related procedures. At Manhattan Medical Arts, our experienced team of ultrasound specialists offer convenience by providing the best on-site vascular ultrasound services.

Being an instant, accurate, and painless diagnostic procedure – Vascular ultrasound at Manhattan Medical Arts offers detailed insight into the blood flow of your body, while also having the capability to identify the existing, as well as potential, health problems such as blood clots that can have adverse effects on your health.

What is a Vascular Ultrasound?

Vascular ultrasound can be defined as a procedure that utilizes sound waves to produce vascular images that offer a comprehensive evaluation of the health status of your circulatory system. It is a non-invasive procedure that does not require incisions or any other surgical methods and is typically carried out in an instant and hassle-free manner.

Blockages in your blood vessels can be easily detected through a vascular ultrasound, including blood clots, which are a leading cause of heart attack or stroke.

Our experts may also recommend our vascular ultrasound service to you for:

  • Evaluation of varicose veins
  • Detection of enlarged arteries
  • Assessment of your health before surgery

A vascular ultrasound is also immensely beneficial when it comes to certain medical procedures that require you to inject or place a catheter into a vein or artery. This advanced technology allows us to view and locate exactly where the needle needs to be placed, ensuring accuracy and perfection.

When Do You
Need a Vascular Ultrasound?

A vascular ultrasound is required if you are experiencing symptoms such as chest pain, or are suffering from heart disease. It can also be opted to evaluate and confirm if there is any plaque buildup in the arteries. A vascular ultrasound is also helpful if you have varicose veins to help assess and find out the extent of this condition, as well as the most appropriate treatment approach for it.

Evaluation of your arteries and veins can be carried out easily and accurately, thanks to vascular ultrasound; with the inclusion of blood vessels in the neck, abdomen, arms, and legs. The most common reasons that our ultrasound specialists use this testing procedure are:

  • Detection of vein clots
  • Identification & confirmation of leaky valves or venous insufficiencies
  • Evaluation of blood flow in the arteries
  • Diagnosis of the narrowing arteries
  • Patient evaluation, post vascular procedure

How Does a
Vascular Ultrasound Get Done?

Being an absolutely safe and non-invasive procedure, it is capable of offering a well-defined vascular imaging service for blood vessels. As a result, it provides detailed information on the blood flow in the vessels.

Manhattan Medical Arts provides state-of-the-art ultrasound services for vascular diseases, including:

Arterial Duplex Imaging

Graft Surveillance

Venous Duplex Imaging

Vascular Ultrasound at
Manhattan Medical Arts

The state-of-the-art vascular screening laboratory at Manhattan Medical Arts offers a full spectrum of non-invasive diagnostic modalities with the objective to timely identifying and effectively treating vascular diseases.

As the leading health care facility, we are equipped with an ultrasound unit where we offer the best screenings for an extensive range of conditions.

Learn more about vascular ultrasound technology by calling us at Manhattan Medical Arts at 645-454-9000, or by scheduling an appointment online to consult with one of our board-certified physicians.

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