Transrectal Ultrasound


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A transrectal ultrasound is a procedure done on the pelvic region, specifically the prostate organs wherein a transducer is inserted in the rectum in order to examine and produce images of the pelvic organs. This procedure can help identify enlarged or inflamed prostate, cancers, and cysts.

Please note: Once you've booked, our nurses will reach out within 24-48 hours for your schedule. Please wait for a message in the email address you have provided! For urgent concerns, please prioritize a visit to the Emergency Room.

This service may only be purchased after proper endorsement from your doctor. Book a consultation with a Kindred doctor today to learn more about what ultrasound service you need.

A doctor's request will be required before checking out.

The transrectal ultrasound is conducted by Kindred’s OB-Sonologist and/or Radiologist and takes 5-15 minutes. To ensure a smooth and successful procedure, your Kindred nurse or doctor will give you instructions to arrive at the clinic with a full bladder and avoid urinating 30 minutes before your ultrasound. Patients must also make sure that the rectum is clean and empty from stool.
Transrectal ultrasounds are often prescribed for patients experiencing symptoms such as pelvic pain, frequent urination, blood in urine or semen, and can also be used as a substitute for transvaginal ultrasounds.
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