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SO+GI Scan provides a comprehensive suite of specialised obstetric and gynaecological imaging services in a contemporary, spa-like setting with a complete focus on each woman’s well being.  Our scans are performed with the latest technologies and equipment, and the results are provided immediately so you never have to wait for reassurance.

We perform:

Pregnancy Scans

Our general pregnancy scans include obstetric imaging for fetal growth, anatomical surveys and fetal wellbeing. These scans allow us to examine your growing baby to make sure the anatomical development is normal for each gestational period. Pregnancy scans are very detailed, enabling us to identify any significant anomalies. These scans include 2D, 3D and 4D imaging and are typically performed during the following phases of your pregnancy: 1st trimester 2nd trimester 3rd[...]

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Gynaecological Scans

Gynaecology refers specifically to the study and treatment of pelvic disorders in women, excluding those problems that occur due to pregnancy. Ultrasound is a very efficient and safe imaging modality with which to examine the female pelvic organs, and as such is considered to be an essential first line investigation for many suspected gynaecological conditions. Transvaginal image of Ovarian Cyst Gynaecological ultrasound examinations usually involve both an abdominal and a vaginal[...]

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Testing & Procedures

While many women have heard of a Nuchal Translucency (NT) scan, commonly referred to as the ’12 week scan,’ there a great many more tests that can be performed to reassure you and your medical staff of the proper development of your baby. If for no other reason, this is why we believe you should choose SO+GI Scan to provide the detailed imaging for your baby.  Our skills in this area are unsurpassed and ultimately, expectant mothers can avoid many anxious moments because all necessary[...]

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Genetic Counselling

Most couples expect a normal baby. However, around 1 in 50 (2%) of babies will have a birth defect. The causes may be genetic (inherited or a sporadic new change in a gene), chromosomal, due to exposure to environmental factors such as viral infections, drugs or a medical condition affecting the mother. Sometimes no cause is apparent. Genetic conditions Genetic conditions are the result of changes in the genes, which are the building blocks of life, unique to each individual. Some parents[...]

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