- Ultrasound: Nothing to eat or drink after midnight for abdominal ultrasounds (taking current medications with a little water is okay). For renal, pelvic or obstetrical ultrasounds, drink 32 ounces of water one hour prior to exam and arrive with a full bladder. Relax, wear comfortable clothes, and you may be asked to change into a gown.
other unlisted procedures/misc.: (contact for pricing)
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*Specific pricing depends on location on body, contrast, type of service, etc.
*Contact us for more information on pricing
913-344-9989 (KS) 816-444-9989 (MO)
*Our exam prices are 30-60% less than hospitals
All prices include both the radiologist interpretation and imaging fees.
An ultrasound is an image obtained using high frequency sound waves in order to obtain images of the bodies structures. During an ultrasound, you will expose the areas being imaged such as the neck/thyroid, breast/chest, abdomen/pelvis and extremities. You can also expect to have warm ultrasound gel applied to the area being imaged. You will feel slight pressure where the technologist scans, but the exam overall should not cause any pain. It will take roughly 30-45 minutes.