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Musculoskeletal Scans

Musculoskeletal scans use ultrasound imaging to produce images of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints throughout the body. The lower limb scan (also known as the leg scan) covers the area of the hip, thigh, knee, ankle and foot. The upper limb scans cover the area of the shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist and hands. Many conditions can be diagnosed with musculoskeletal scans as the real time imaging allows for a detailed examination of the affected area. This is particularly useful for demonstrating causes of pain, muscle and tendon tears. Ultrasound maybe one of the investigations you require, however you should consult your GP to ensure that any other investigations can be arranged.

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Upper Limb Scan


A detailed investigation analyses the arm area, including the elbow, wrist and hands. It aims to diagnose tendon tears, muscle tears, mass, fluid collection, sprains, inflammation and nerve entrapments.

Lower Limb Scan


This Musculoskeletal Scan provides a detailed investigation to help diagnose tendon tears, muscle tears, masses, fluid collection, sprains, inflammation or nerve entrapments in the leg area. This includes hip, thing, knee, ankle and foot area.

Lumps & Bumps Scan


This scan can be used to examine swellings, ganglions, cysts, skin changes or foreign bodies. Our lumps and bumps scan will provide reassurance by highlighting the cause and nature of the abnormality.

Neck Ultrasound


A scan to diagnose problems within the neck or throat tissue. This investigation will identify the cause and nature of any unidentified mass in your neck. Our neck ultrasound is a great alternative to a surgical biopsy.

Groin & Hernia Scan


This is a safe, pain-free procedure that uses ultrasound technology to examine a possible hernia. Most hernias can be identified without the need for a diagnostic scan; however, if your symptoms are inconclusive, this groin scan from Ultrasound Plus should give you an answer.