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Services

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:

Implanon Removal

Implanon is a small plastic rod containing the hormone progestogen that is inserted just under the skin of the upper inner arm and provides protection against pregnancy for the three years it is left in place. It is very important to have the Implanon removed after three years, as leaving it in place longer than this may increase the risk of an ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy in the tube). If inserted correctly, most Implanon devices can be felt just under the skin surface and are easily[...]

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Fetal Echocardiogram

Fetal Heart Defects Congenital heart lesions are very common and affect approximately 1 in every 100 babies born. The severity of these heart lesions ranges from very minor to more complex, serious problems. The ideal time to scan the fetal heart is after 23 weeks. However, routine scanning is usually done at the 18-20 week scan because some management options –like terminating a pregnancy — are more difficult after 20 weeks gestation. At 20 weeks, the heart is about the size of your[...]

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Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)

SO+GI scan offers the NIPT blood test at the affordable cost of $420.00* as part of its NIPT package, with results given directly to patient and referring doctor. (Unlike at other pathology services where results go to the referring doctor only). We can discuss any abnormal results with you in detail. This is a new technology that has only been available in Australia since late 2012. SO+GI was the first to introduce NIPT to Queensland. NIPT has been offered at so+gi since November 2012.[...]

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