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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:

Pelvic Pain

Acute pelvic pain is a common problem with multiple possible causes. Because ultrasound can distinguish between many of the diagnostic possibilities non-invasively, it is the preferred initial imaging technique performed to evaluate this condition. Causes of acute pelvic pain can be divided into gynaecological and non-gynaecological problems. Gynaecological causes of pelvic pain include ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian torsion and ectopic pregnancy.[...]

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Pelvic MRI

SO+GI has partnered with Herston Specialist Imaging in Brisbane and SO+GI radiologists Dr. Sutton and Dr. Sinnott now report women’s pelvic MRI. MRI has superior soft tissue resolution and is able to clarify many gynaecological pathologies clinically detected or detected on ultrasound. Indications for pelvic MRI include: Fibroid mapping Endometriosis Congenital uterine anomalies Complex ovarian lesions Pelvic floor assessment Pelvic malignancy staging Costs for pelvic[...]

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Ovarian Cancer Screening

Ovarian cancer is the fourth most common cause of cancer death for women. It represents 4% of all cancers that affect women. The majority of ovarian cancer occurs in postmenopausal women. Ovarian cancer occurs in 1 in 70 women without a family history. There are certain groups of women who at a higher risk. Other than women over 50 – 55 years of age (postmenopausal), those at greater risk include: Women with a relative with ovarian cancer Women who themselves have had breast, bowel or[...]

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Post Menopausal

Vaginal Bleeding Abnormal uterine bleeding includes abnormal menstruation as well as bleeding due to problems with the lining of the uterus (endometrium) such as an endometrial polyp, or with the muscle layer in the uterine wall, such as a fibroid. Endometrial Polyps An endometrial polyp is a small growth in the lining of the uterine cavity. It can cause periods to be heavier than usual or cause bleeding between periods. The vast majority of endometrial polyps are benign; however, a very[...]

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