Provided by ‘FRZ Sono-Tech Ltd.’
Trans-abdominal Abdomen +/- Transvaginal Pelvis Scans.
Personalised service by a NHS Senior Ultrasonographer Scanning Privately on Weekdays and Weekends!
DO NOT EAT for 8 hours before the procedure.
PLEASE DRINK lots of clear fluids (1 litre or 2 pints) before your appointment. Avoid milk and fizzy drinks. You may have water or black coffee. Please do not empty your bladder before the procedure.
A full Consultation with your Ultrasonographer is included in the below price.
We will give you a report of your findings, but the images will only be sent to your NHS GP or Medical Clinic (with your consent).
(trans-abdominal) & Female Pelvis Ultrasound
|Abdominal and pelvis ultrasound views can be limited if you are overweight or if you have extensive bowel gas present.|
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment time – this allows adequate time to get registered with us.
This is used to assess for a cause of abdominal pain. It analyses your liver, gallbladder, biliary tree, pancreas, spleen and kidneys and bladder. It can also assess your central large blood vessels. In women, it may be able to assess your uterus and ovaries (as long as they are not obscured by overlying bowel gas or adipose tissue – hence, to adequately assess your pelvic organs, we would recommend a transvaginal ultrasound scan. An ultrasound scan cannot assess for appendix, bowel or bone disorders.
This can assess the size, shape and position of your kidneys, ureters and bladder. It looks for Kidney masses, stones obstructing the urinary tract and renal cysts. Your bladder is assessed when it is full and immediately after emptying (to ensure adequate bladder emptying).
The pelvis ultrasound is a woman only ultrasound. It is normally done internally (transvaginally) to more accurately evaluate your ovaries and uterus. If you wish, it may be done transabdominally, but we cannot guarantee the quality of the images.
This may be done to assess your fertility or to look for polycystic ovaries. It may be used to look for causes of lower abdominal pain such as ovarian cysts, fibroids, endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease. It may be performed to look for causes of irregular bleeding, including endometrial polyps and endometrial carcinoma (especially if you have vaginal bleeding at least 1 year after your menopause).
Your Senior Ultrasonographer – Ms Marzieh Abbasi
I have been practicing ultrasound since 2010 in England. I am accomplished in a range of skills in the field of ultrasound including Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Abdominal, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Paediatrics and Musculoskeletal ultrasound. I participate in continuing professional development to ensure high quality patient care.
Thursday PM, Sunday AM (Wimbledon); Tuesday AM, Thursday AM, Saturday AM (Fulham).
MSc Medical Ultrasound Obs/Gyn (Distinction, 2010-2011) Imperial College. PG General/Abdominal Ultrasound/Small parts (2016-2017)City University. PG MSK Ultrasound (2018-2019) East London University. Diploma MSK guided-injection ultrasound (Pending) East London University. PhD (2009-2012) Middlesex University, Department of Midwifery & Psychology. Funding was awarded by the School of Health & Social Sciences, Middlesex University, London, UK. MSc Midwifery (2005-2007) Middlesex University, London, UK. BSc Midwifery (First class; 2000-2003) Tehran Medical University, London, UK.
Sonographer (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital) Full time (December 2019-Current). Sonographer (Whittington Hospital) Full time (September 2018 to November 2019). Sonographer (Epsom General Hospital) Full time(November 2016-August2018). Sonographer (Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital) Full time (April 2012 – October 2016). Sonographer (Epsom General Hospital) Temporary to do maternity leaves cover (October 2011-Mach 2012). Midwifery (2003-2005; Iran, Tehran): Childbirth & Maternity counselling.
Fetal Medicine Foundation (FMF). Society of Radiographers (SOR). International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG).
Pregnancy & Female pelvis + Abdomen + Thyroid + DVT + MSK