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Ultrasound Vascular Testing

​Ultrasound Vascular Testing

Ultrasound vascular testing, also known as vascular ultrasound or duplex ultrasound, is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that employs high-frequency sound waves to create real-time images of blood vessels and assess blood flow. This valuable tool in vascular medicine provides both structural information through B-mode ultrasound, allowing the visualization of vessel structure and any abnormalities, as well as functional data through Doppler ultrasound, which enables the measurement of blood velocity and direction. It plays a crucial role in diagnosing and monitoring various vascular conditions, including deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease, carotid artery disease, and aneurysms, aiding healthcare professionals in making informed decisions about patient care and treatment options.


​Ultrasound Vascular Testing




Archana B.

We did our immigration medical exam here along with my 6 year old. The staff was professional and very helpful. The font desk staff (Maggie) assisted us with our required vaccination concerns and was very well familiar with immigration forms. Doctors and staff were extremely friendly and professional. This place offers the most reasonable prices for immigration purposes. We had a really pleasant experience here

Ariana V.

Got appointments for my husband very quickly and didn’t wait long once We showed up. It’s nice they open later so He could go after work instead of getting a day off or leaving work early. Maggie, the receptionist, is very knowledgeable and super helpful. She made things so easy to understand. It’s a small office but they are very efficient. 10/10 would go again.

Lucina A.

I did my immigration medical exam here and the service was absolutely fantastic! I thought the price was very fair and more affordable than all other places I called. They were ALWAYS incredibly responsive and kind, always making their all to accommodate my needs. I would 100% recommend Medart Institute

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