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ULTRASOUND: California's Favorite Ultrasound Service Provider

Ultrasound is an imaging test and process that utilizes sound waves to create a sonogram (image) of a body’s tissues, organs, and other interior structures. It is a non-invasive, radiation-free imaging technique that employs high-frequency sound waves to provide a picture of your body’s internal systems for diagnostic and screening purposes. Ultrasounds are used in various ways depending on the bodily area and ultrasound type. If you feel symptoms in your tissues or organs, such as the kidneys, heart, gallbladder, reproductive system, or thyroid, or if you are undergoing a biopsy, you will be needed to undergo a diagnostic ultrasound.


Mission Imaging is the diagnostic facility for radiology and medical injuries in California. We have accessible a team of talented, experienced, sympathetic, and devoted technicians and doctors to help you. Our facilities are equipped with cutting-edge technology and provide patients with advanced medical diagnostic techniques. We provide rapid and comprehensive Ultrasound report creation, online access to patient and physician information, and a centralized computerized scheduling system to ensure that patients have a pleasant experience from start to finish.


How It Works ?

Ultrasound is a sound wave with a frequency higher than the human ear can detect. When these sound waves are directed at the body, they bounce off internal organs and create echoes. These echoes are then converted into images that can be used to diagnose and treat various medical conditions.

Ultrasound waves are created by a transducer, which is a small device that produces sound waves. The transducer is placed on the skin and directed at the area of the body that needs to be examined. The sound waves pass through the skin and bounce off the internal organs. The echoes are then received by the transducer and converted into electrical signals. These signals are then sent to a computer, which creates images.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ultrasound is a type of imaging that uses sound waves to create pictures of the inside of the body. It is also sometimes called sonography or diagnostic medical sonography. Ultrasound images are often used to diagnose problems with the abdomen, heart, blood vessels, and female reproductive organs. They can also be used to guide procedures such as biopsies and needle aspirations.

  • Ultrasound can provide a wealth of information about the baby without exposing the mother or child to harmful radiation.
  • Ultrasound can be used to determine the sex of the baby as early as 12 weeks into the pregnancy.
  • Ultrasound can help to diagnose congenital disabilities and other problems with the baby.
  • Ultrasound can be used to monitor the growth and development of the baby throughout the pregnancy.
  • Ultrasound can reassure parents that everything is progressing normally with their pregnancy.

Ultrasound is a sound wave above the range of human hearing. These sound waves are used for various medical purposes, such as imaging the inside of the body or breaking up kidney stones. Ultrasound waves are produced by a transducer, which is a small device that converts electrical energy into sound waves. The sound waves travel through the body and bounce off internal structures like organs or bones. These reflected sound waves are then converted into electrical signals, which are used to create an image on a monitor.

Diagnostic Imaging

Ultrasound is most commonly used for diagnostic imaging, which is used to help doctors diagnose various medical conditions. Ultrasound can be used to image the organs, muscles, and blood vessels in the body, and it is often used to image the fetus during pregnancy.


Ultrasound can also be used for therapy, which means that it is used to treat various medical conditions. Ultrasound therapy can be used to treat pain, inflammation, and tissue damage. It can also be used to help improve circulation and promote healing.


Ultrasound is also used for research purposes. Researchers use ultrasound to study how sound waves interact with different materials, including the human body. This research helps us better understand how ultrasound can be used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

Overall, when used appropriately by trained professionals, ultrasound is considered a safe imaging modality.