MIBA Health understands your concerns and fears about cancer so our services offer to investigate if cancer may be present from the early stages before symptoms to the later stages.
If you are worried that you are exposed to cancer by family history or you think you have symptoms for cancer, then an ultrasound scan may be used as the first step to investigate. An ultrasound scan is an effective safe and painless way to create a picture of the tissue and organs inside your body. A hand-held device uses sound waves to create the image on a TV screen.
The cancer screening ultrasound scans explores specific areas of your body to identify and locate a mass or tumour. It can also help a doctor perform a biopsy because it shows the tumour’s exact location in the body.
There are other signs and symptoms of cancer that can be determined by the ultrasound scan too such as inflammation and swellings and the condition and size of vital body organs.
Our medical assessment reports from the imaging tests can be used to:
- Investigate early detection if no symptoms are present
- Check for signs of cancer after having symptoms
- Find out how far the cancer has spread
- Provide a report for the doctor to assess if the cancer treatment is working
We give you our assurance you are in the best professional hands with MIBA Health.
This scan investigates the size and shape of the thyroid gland and checks if there are unusual lumps or swellings that are characteristic with Cancer symptoms of the thyroid.
This scan checks for soft tissue sarcomas in the abdominal & pelvic area which are a group of rare cancers affecting the tissues that connect, support and surround other body structures and organs.
This scan checks the Liver for signs of primary and secondary cancerous symptoms.
This scan from 16 – 42 weeks will determine your baby’s estimated weight at the time of the scan and checks position of the placenta which is important to know before your expected due date and the signs for complications.
This scan checks for malignant cancer cells forming in the tissues of the gallbladder which appear as lumps in the gall bladder.
This scan investigates if there is tumour on the pancreas pressing against your abdomen and spine.
This scan looks if cancer has formed into a tumour within the kidney. As the tumour grows the affected kidney tends to become larger and may grow through the wall of the kidney.
This scan checks any noticeable increase in size or weight of each testicle and particularly if there are any swellings.
This scan examines the ovaries and fallopian tubes to look for cysts and tumours.
This scan looks at the endometrium which is the inside lining of the womb (uterus), for signs of a tumours developing.