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The arterial doppler ultrasound uses sound waves at a frequency that is higher than humans are able to hear to produce images on a monitor for the purpose of evalutaing the arterial blood flow to the upper extremities (arms) and lower extremities (legs).

Venous ultrasounds are generally used to detect blood clots in the legs or arms. Early detection of clots in ultrasounds are imperative in the prevention of potentially life threatening conditions.

Abdominal tests are used to examine abdominal organs (such as liver, spleen, gallbladder, etc.). They are also used to detect blood flow in the abdomin.

An ultrasound of the abdominal aorta is a non-invasive, painless test that uses high-frequency sound waves to image the aorta, the main blood vessel leading away from the heart. This test aids in early detection of aneurysms.

Carotid doppler ultrasound is a non-invasive test that uses sound waves to measure the flow of blood through the large carotid arteries that supply blood to the brain. The carotid doppler test can help doctors determine stroke risk and thee need for preventive measures.

Thyroid ultrasounds inspect improperly functioning thyroids and can detect potentially cancerous masses or cysts.

Pelvic ultrasounds aide in early detection of cervical, utarian, and overian cancers.

Breast ultrasounds are used to diagnose breast abnormalities. They are an effective method to detect breast cancer.