Ultrasound

Diagnostic medical sonographic procedures, or “ultrasound exams,” are performed using high-frequency sound waves.  The sound waves are reflected by water and tissue, and then reconstructed to form an image for the doctors.  No radiation is used to perform this exam.

Breast UltrasoundBreast Ultrasound

Breast ultrasound is a specialty at our facility, and our experienced sonographers are certified by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS).  This registry requires continuing education in the field of women’s imaging.  You can be sure you are in competent and caring hands during your sonogram.

OB/GYN

Women’s Center for Radiology is experienced

Gentle hands and caring technologists perform limited and complete pelvic and OB/GYN ultrasound exams, providing complete women’s health screening.  Ask your doctor if these exams are right for you.

Patients are able to view and download their images via our Patient Portal: https://patients.wcrorlando.com .

High-definition Imaging

Women’s Center for Radiology has selected the clinically-proven Philips ultrasound systems for use at our facility.

These advanced machines produce clear images and precise measurements in real-time, giving you the best possible information for your health.

 
 
 

 

 
 

 

Always Choose an Accredited Facility with Registered Sonographers

 

Women’s Center for Radiology has earned the gold seal from the American College of Radiology (ACR) and is accredited in Breast Ultrasound, one component of our Breast Imaging Center of Excellence designation.  Patients can be assured that our facility has undergone the most stringent inspections, requiring superior images, quality assurance programs, and safety protocols.

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Thank you is an inadequate phrase to express what I would like to say. Your well-trained eye picked up subtle changes in my mammogram that even my gynecologist thought “will probably turn out to be nothing." Unfortunately, this was not the case. I am not three weeks post mastectomy and considered to be cured! The biopsy you did detected the cancer so early there was no tissue or lymph invasion. Thank you for being a conscientious and detail specific doctor. I am grateful to God for your level of professionalism.

-A Grateful Patient