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  • Ultrasound Scans Cavan Navan | ScanClinic | Cavan & Navan

    Prompt Diagnosis, Better Outcome Rapid flexible appointments, same day results Book Now Our Services Men View the wide range of scans we provide for men. ScanClinic provides the full range of general diagnostic medical ultrasound examinations as well as more specialised organ specific and musculoskeletal ultrasound scans. Click the button below to view the full range of scans available. Visit Men Women View the wide range of scans we provide for women. ScanClinic provides the full range of general diagnostic medical ultrasound examinations as well as more specialised organ specific examinations such as musculoskeletal ultrasound scans and IVF monitoring examinations. Visit Women Who We Are ScanClinic are a group of private healthcare clinics that offer a comprehensive range of diagnostic medical ultrasound scans in Cavan and Navan. Our Mission is to provide the highest quality diagnostic imaging services and to make private diagnostic services affordable and accessible to everyone. ​ We are a Consultant-led service and provide specialist ultrasound scanning services six days a week using state-of-the-art medical imaging equipment in a clean, relaxing and professional environment. Our friendly and knowledgeable patient care team will support you through every step of your healthcare journey with us. About Us Testimonials Michael Great Clinic, Very professional service and really quick results. Scan Clinic Quotation Marks Christopher Quick appointments and great service. Staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. High Recommend. Scan Clinic Quotation Marks Leave Us a Review Ian Great service. Very professional staff and convenient location. High recommended. Scan Clinic Quotation Marks Cavan Clinic WEEKDAYS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm LEARN MORE Navan Clinic WEEKDAYS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm LEARN MORE Referrals Referrals are accepted from medical practitioners and physiotherapists. We endeavor to provide same-week ultrasound scan appointments and same-day return of ultrasound reports. All of our consultant radiologists are experienced permanent HSE consultants who have trained extensively both nationally and internationally in the UK, the US and in Canada. The range of diagnostic ultrasound services we provide includes all general medical ultrasound including abodominal, pelvic, thyroid, soft tissue, scrotal and musculoskeletal and paediatric ultrasound scans. Book Now

  • Navan | ScanClinic | Cavan & Navan

    Navan Clinic Home / Navan Clinic Opening Times WEEKDAYS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm Contact Information EMAIL admin@scanclinic.ie PHONE 046 904 6400 ADDRESS ScanClinic 2 Belfry View, Church Hill, Navan, Co. Meath C15 W4CF

  • Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound

    Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Aortic Aneurysm Screening Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Major Blood Vessels PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal aortic aneurysm screening ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More The aorta is the major artery in the body. Ultrasound screening of the abdominal aorta is usually performed for clients with a strong family history of abdominal aortic aneurysm or in whom an abdominal aortic aneurysm is clinically suspected. Ultrasound is also performed to follow-up smaller abdominal aortic aneurysms to ensure that they are not growing rapidly. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Cavan | ScanClinic | Cavan & Navan

    Cavan Clinic Home / Cavan Clinic Opening Times WEEKDAYS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm Contact Information EMAIL admin@scanclinic.ie PHONE 049 435 5333 ADDRESS ScanClinic Unit 2, Town Hall Place, Town Hall Street, Cavan, Co. Cavan H12 P3C2

  • Musculoskeletal (joints, muscles, tendons & ligaments) Ultrasound

    Musculoskeletal (joints, muscles, tendons & ligaments) Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Musculoskeletal (joints, muscles, tendons & ligaments) Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Muscular Joints PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a musculoskeletal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More A musculoskeletal ultrasound examination is most commonly performed to assess joints, muscles, tendons or ligament due to the presence of pain, swelling or reduced motion or a combination of these symptoms. Most of the major joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments in the body are very well evaluated with ultrasound. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Pelvic Ultrasound

    Pelvic Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Pelvic Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Bladder Uterus & Ovaries Kidneys PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a pelvic ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your pelvis including the womb (uterus), the ovaries and the urinary bladder. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For a pelvic ultrasound examination you are required to have a full bladder at the time of the examination. Drink plenty of clear fluids in the hour leading up to your appointment. If a transvaginal (internal) scan is required we may ask you to empty your bladder midway through the examination. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Abdominal Ultrasound

    Abdominal Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Abdominal Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Liver Gallbladder Spleen Kidneys Pancreas PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More Ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your abdomen including the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, abdominal aorta and, sometimes, the urinary bladder. Bowel conditions may sometimes be diagnosed but, in general, the bowel is poorly evaluated with ultrasound as it contains gas. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For an abdominal ultrasound examination you are required to have an empty stomach at the time of the examination. This means that you will need to fast for at least 6 hours before your appointed time. A small amount of clear fluid is allowed and you should take any prescribed medications as normal before your scan. Please inform us in advance of your scan if you are diabetic as we will provide you with an early morning appointment. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • IVF Monitoring Scans

    IVF Monitoring Scans Contact Us < Back IVF Monitoring Scans Areas / Organs Covered Bladder Uterus & Ovaries Bladder PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an IVF Monitoring Scan? Read Less Read More Patients beginning worked up for or undergoing IVF (in vitro fertilisation) require a baseline pelvic ultrasound examination and sometimes subseqent serial ultrasound scan to track follicle development. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For your pelvic ultrasound examination you are required to have a full bladder at the time of the examination. Drink plenty of clear fluids in the hour leading up to your appointment. A transvaginal (internal) scan will be required to obtain detailed images of the ovaries and uterus as part an IVF monitoring scan and we may ask you to empty your bladder midway through the examination. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Abdominal and Pelvic Ultrasound (male)

    Abdominal and Pelvic Ultrasound (male) Contact Us < Back Abdominal and Pelvic Ultrasound (male) Areas / Organs Covered Bladder Gallbladder Liver Kidneys Pancreas PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an abdominal and pelvic ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More In men a pelvic ultrasound examination is usually performed as part of a broader ultrasound evaluation of the abdomen or renal tract. Pelvic ultrasound is used to obtained detailed information regarding the structures in your pelvis including the urinary bladder and the prostate gland. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More For a dedicated pelvic ultrasound examination you are required to have a full bladder at the time of the examination. Drink plenty of clear fluids in the hour leading up to your appointment. If the pelvis is being evaluated as part of an abdominal and pelvic ultrasound examination we may deem it more appropriate for you to fast than to have a full bladder. We will inform you of the preparation required on your part in your appointment letter. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Soft Tissue (Lumps and Bumps) Ultrasound

    Soft Tissue (Lumps and Bumps) Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Soft Tissue (Lumps and Bumps) Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Muscular PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a soft tissue ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More A soft tissue ultrasound examination is most commonly performed to evaluate a lump or bump that is felt by a patient or their doctor. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound

    Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Testicles Kidneys PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is a scrotal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More A scrotal ultrasound examination is usually performed to look for a cause of scrotal/testicular pain or to evaluate a scotal lump or bump. During this examination the testes and epididymides and their supporting structures are evaluated. The kidneys are also routinely imaged. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.

  • Inguinal Ultrasound

    Inguinal Ultrasound Contact Us < Back Inguinal Ultrasound Areas / Organs Covered Muscular PRICES CALL US BOOK NOW What is an ultrasound? Read Less Read More Medical diagnostic ultrasound technology uses high frequency sound waves to create detailed pictures of your internal solid organs and organs that contain fluid. Ultrasound is a safe, painless and accurate diagnostic imaging examination. What is an inguinal ultrasound examination? Read Less Read More An inguinal ultrasound examination is usually performed to look for a cause for groin pain or swelling where an inguinal or femoral hernia is clinically suspected. The groin regions including the inguinal ligaments and inguinal canals are evaluated and interrogated for the presence of bowel – which, if present, indicates that a hernia is present. What will happen during my examination? Read Less Read More You will most likely be positioned on the examination bed, lying on your back. A gel is applied to the skin surface in the area that is to be examined. A microphone-shaped instrument – the ultrasound probe - is passed over the gel along the skin surface and it is this probe which sends and receives the sound waves which ultimately create the ultasound pictures. The sonographer/radiologist will record relevant pictures and may take measurements of your internal organs. A typical ultrasound examination will take 15-20 minutes to complete. Is ultrasound safe? Read Less Read More Yes. Ultrasound uses sound waves and not ionising radiation to view the internal organs. There are no known harmful effects for the types of standard ultrasound examinations we perform at ScanClinic. How do I prepare for this scan? Read Less Read More No specific preparation is required for this scan. When will I receive the results? Read Less Read More We endeavour to provide all of our clients with a provisional verbal report of the findings of an examination after the examination is performed. A formal report will be issued by the consultant radiologist on the same day as the examination. This will be sent securely via email to the clinician who referred you for your examination. Can I get a copy of the images from the scan to take with me? Read Less Read More Yes. A compact disc containing the images aquired during your examination can be provided to you upon request. A small additional charge (€5) is payable to cover the cost of disc production.