Ultrasound

Also known as: Doppler ultrasound, Sonography, Echogram
Ultrasound is a test that uses reflected sound waves to produce an image of organs and other structures in the body. It does not use X-rays or other types of possibly harmful radiation.

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Ultrasound FAQ

Answers to frequently asked questions about the ultrasound procedure.

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  • Southern Oregon creates diagnostic imaging order guides to ease referral process

    The Providence diagnostic imaging team has created new easy to use Epic compliant DI order guides for all modalities. All DI guides are now located on the southern Oregon DI SharePoint site. The guides offer easy auto links to the most common DI screenings and tests for X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT, Nuclear Medicine, MRI, Breast Imaging. The new DI ordering guides include Indications for ordering Radio, pharmaceutical and dose information, Patient preparation information, Procedure description, Expected exam time. Download Guides here: CT Ordering Guide, NM Ordering Guide US Ordering Guide, XR Ordering Guide. Have a question regarding an ordering guide? Call Ryan Hutchinson at 541-732-5227 (2-5227 within the PH&S system).

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