Montclair Ultrasound


With the best digital ultrasound machines in all of our NJ imaging centers, Montclair Radiology offers accurate ultrasound diagnoses and warm, compassionate service.

"Everyone was so nice and friendly. What a wonderful experience! Keep up the good work!"

Jan N. | Ultrasound Patient

Getting an Ultrasound at Montclair Radiology

Getting an Ultrasound at Montclair Radiology
Ultrasound imaging is a safe, non-invasive imaging procedure that involves moving a transducer over the skin. Montclair Radiology utilizes state-of-the-art digital ultrasound equipment with color Doppler capability. Our ultrasound equipment produces higher quality images for more accurate medical diagnosis.

At Montclair Radiology, we are dedicated to remaining one of the leading radiology centers in NJ. Our imaging centers in NJ are accredited by the American College of Radiology, and all of the radiologists at Montclair Radiology are board-certified, highly skilled professionals. Expect only the best from Montclair Radiology’s warm and compassionate staff!

Common Questions about Ultrasound

An ultrasound is a “cross-sectional” imaging technique, meaning that the images created provide three-dimensional information and are like “slices” of the area examined. There is no radiation utilized in obtaining an ultrasound image, and is thus an extremely safe technique.

Ultrasounds are best at visualizing “soft tissues,” such as abdominal and pelvic organs, blood vessels, thyroid, and pregnancy. Ultrasounds can help physicians detect the causes of pain, swelling and infection in the body’s internal organs and also examine a baby in pregnant women.

Ultrasound is an easy, painless, and non-invasive imaging procedure for the patient and do not require any needles or contrast injections.

Most ultrasound examinations are completed within 30 minutes. You will simply lie on a padded table and the ultrasound technologist will begin the examination by applying a clear water-soluble gel to the skin overlying the body part to be examined. The technologist will then obtain images of the body in multiple views by moving the transducer over the skin. After an ultrasound, you should be able to resume normal activities.

Specifically trained to interpret ultrasound examinations, our board certified radiologists will analyze the images and send a signed report to your referring physician.

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