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Male Pelvic Scans In Dublin

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Male Pelvic Ultrasound Scans for Public and Private Patients in Ireland

Using ultrasound, a male pelvic scan is a detailed examination of the male pelvis to examine the urinary bladder, area of concern, lower ureters and the size of the prostate if indicated.

  • docterExperienced Professionals

    We are a group of Professional Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Midwives and Board certified Consultant Radiologists.

  • medical1   Detailed & Accurate Report

    We provide immediate verbal results and a
    written report when indicated.

  • resultGet Result on The Day

    Medical scan results are interpreted by a Consultant Radiologist. Results and diagnosis are faxed to your GP within 24 to 48 hours.

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You will need a full bladder for this examination.

If you have a problem keeping a full bladder, you may arrive early to drink your water at the clinic. If you are too uncomfortable, you may void some urine to relieve the pressure but try not to empty the bladder.

Kidneys, appendix and areas of the bowel in the region of concern are often included in the examination.

You will be asked to empty your bladder at the end of the exam and then the sonographer will take more pictures of your bladder to measure the volume of remaining urine.

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  • doller_blue Male Pelvic Scan €160
  • location_blue 21 Main St. Blackrock Co. Dublin
  • timing_blue Open 7 Days A Week 9am – 9pm

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What do experts say about us?

Check out on what some of the experts say about Ultrasound Dimension and our services.
Roisin Ingle
Roisin Ingle"I can't recommend them highly enough " workplace
Dr. Conor O’toole
Dr. Conor O’toole" The standard of service is in excess of expectations. The scope of  scanning and standards of reporting are excellent. "

Slievemore Clinic Co. Dublin

Dr. Paul Carson
Dr. Paul Carson"My patients have been availing of the ultrasound services and find it excellent."

Slievemore Clinic Co. Dublin

Kathy Milliken C.I.M.I
Kathy Milliken C.I.M.I"The clinic is beautifully laid out and the sonographer was really lovely. It was amazing to see Baby W in Such detail! " workplace
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Pelvic Scan (Male) FAQs

Do I need an appointment?

Yes, ultrasound exams do need an appointment. If you cannot attend your appointment we appreciate if you can give 24 hours notice.

Do I need a referral letter from my GP?

No, you do not need a referral letter for a medical scan. If you come in without a referral letter the report will be emailed to you and you may pass it on to your GP. We do not send reports to a GP if they have not ordered it. If there are urgent findings we will help you arrange a doctor’s visit where you can take the report with you as you may need a referral to a consultant.

What is the preparation for a male pelvic exam?

For the male pelvic exam you will need a full bladder. It is recommended that the patient drink 1 litre of water prior to your appointment time. It is best if this is finished at least 20 minutes prior to the scan time in order to allow the liquid to fill the bladder.

What organs are viewed in a male pelvic exam?

With this exam we image and evaluate the bladder and the volume of the prostate.

What happens during the male pelvic scan?

The male pelvic scan is a trans-abdominal scan where the transducer/camera along with gel is placed on the area of concern and scanned. After imaging the bladder and prostate the sonographer will need the patient to empty the bladder and return to the exam room to check that the bladder has completely emptied by measuring the volume left.

How long will the exam take?

The scheduled time for this exam is 30 minutes.

Who will report my pelvic exam?

After the sonographer has completed your exam the images will be sent to a consultant radiologist who will report your scan.

When will I receive my results?

You will get verbal results from the sonographer at the end of the examination however it is up to the radiologist to make a final report. The formal report will be sent to your GP by post which may take up to 5 days. If you are self-referred it may also take up to 5 days for you to receive the formal report by email. If there are urgent findings the process will be expedited and faxed to your GP within 24 hours.

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