Resurrection Medical Center
7447 West Talcott Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
Ultrasound, commonly referred to as Sonography, is a radiation-free dynamic diagnostic tool that uses sound waves to see inside various parts of the body. It provides still pictures, as well as live images, of internal structures.
A topical gel will be used in the areas that are scanned. The images will be taken by a registered sonographer and our radiologists will review the images and report the study. Immediate results will be given when requested by the primary physicians.
What do we offer?
- A full range of abdominal ultrasounds with doppler, small parts, obstetrical, gynecological, vascular, musculoskeletal, pediatric, interventional, and neurosonography
- Convenient daytime and weekend hours
- High-resolution equipment for detailed image quality
- VNUS closures for varicose veins and venous insufficiency
- Images accessible electronically for on-staff physicians
- Dedicated radiology coder
Our Ultrasound Department is accredited by the American College of Radiology for OB, Gynecological, General & Vascular Ultrasound Services including peripheral, abdominal, deep abdominal and cerebrovascular.
- Experienced Radiologists fellowship trained in Neuroradiology and Musculoskeletal
- Members of the American Society of Neuroradiology and the Society of Skeletal Radiology
- All ARDMS Certified sonographers with additional certification in Vascular Technology (R.V.T.) and Nuchal Translucency
- On-site Radiology-certified registered nurses
|Hours of Operation|
|Monday - Friday||7:00 am - 3:30 pm|
|Saturday||7:00 am - 3:30 pm|
To schedule an appointment call 773-792-5556.
How do I prepare?
Preparation for ultrasound varies depending on the area of the body being examined. For most areas, there is no special preparation necessary. However, for best quality exam results, ultrasounds of the following procedures require preparations:
- Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas, Spleen, Renal Doppler, Aorta, Complete Abdominal and Doppler - No food or liquids for 8 hours prior to the exam, however scheduled medications can be taken with a sip of water.
- Pelvic, Pregnancy (Under 14 weeks) - Drink 24 ounces of liquid approximately one hour prior to your appointment time. Do not urinate after drinking, as the bladder needs to be filled for the exam.
- Pregnancy (2nd or 3rd trimester) - No special preparation required.
Biopsy preparations will be discussed with you by a radiology nurse.
Wear comfortable clothing. Bring your physician’s orders, insurance card, and picture ID with you. Arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.
Who do I call with additional questions regarding my exam?
- To reschedule your exam, call Central Scheduling at 773-792-5556.
- For exam questions, call the US Department at 773-792-5846.
- For general questions about your physician’s order or for your exam results, contact your physician’s office.