A First Pregnancy Ultrasound

What To Expect During Your First Pregnancy Ultrasound?

By InFocus Radiology | May 2, 2024

Pregnancy can be such an exciting period and one of the highlights is seeing your baby for the first time during an ultrasound. While the first pregnancy ultrasound can raise a lot of emotions, knowing what to expect and how to prepare can ensure you’re as relaxed and comfortable as possible before you see your…

A MRI Scan

Preparing For Your Radiology Appointment

By InFocus Radiology | February 15, 2024

Radiology offers invaluable insights into the human body’s inner workings. It has evolved into a sophisticated field encompassing various imaging techniques since the advent of X-rays. Each of these techniques, from MRIs to ultrasounds, requires specific preparation to ensure the accuracy of diagnostic images and patient safety. This guide aims to equip you with the…

Woman Having A Breast Ultrasound Check

What Does Breast Cancer Look Like On An Ultrasound?

By InFocus Radiology | November 15, 2023

When it comes to breast health, knowledge is power. Understanding the intricacies of breast cancer detection is important, particularly when it comes to interpreting the images that emerge on an ultrasound screen. This blog aims to explore the ultrasound imaging process, offering a clear lens through which you can view and understand the signs of…

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Do’s & Don’ts When Having An X-ray

By InFocus Radiology | October 12, 2023

Getting an X-ray is a fairly common medical procedure that many of us will have to undergo at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for diagnosing a fracture, monitoring a chronic condition or just a routine check-up, X-rays provide a non-invasive way to see inside the body. While the procedure itself is typically straightforward,…

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The Differences Between a 2D, 3D and 4D Ultrasound

By InFocus Radiology | September 15, 2023

Imagine you’re about to undergo an ultrasound, a non-invasive procedure that uses sound waves to create images of the inside of the body. Whether it’s to examine an organ, monitor blood flow, or guide a surgeon’s hand during certain procedures, ultrasounds have a wide range of applications. From the traditional 2D images to the more…

A Bone Density Tests

Bone Density Tests: A Comprehensive Guide

By InFocus Radiology | August 28, 2023

Health is an intricate part of our daily life, with its share of complexities, including the myriad of screening tools that we can encounter in our health journey. Among them is the bone density test, an essential tool in modern healthcare. But what exactly is a bone density test and why does it matter? In…

A CT Scan

What Is A CT Scan?

By InFocus Radiology | August 1, 2023

A CT (Computed Tomography) scan is a medical imaging procedure that uses x-rays and digital computer technology to create detailed 2- or 3D images of the body. Unlike other forms of medical imaging, the CT scan can make an image of every type of body structure at once, including bone, blood vessels and soft tissue.…

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Beneath The Surface: X-Rays And The Art Of Diagnosing Injuries

By InFocus Radiology | July 7, 2023

Imagine feeling a sudden, sharp pain in your ankle while participating in a sporting event, or after a simple misstep at home. Everything looks alright from the outside, but you’re concerned the pain is a sign of something more serious. These everyday scenarios underscore the critical role radiology plays in injury assessment and managing injuries.…

Young Man Having An X-ray

Having An X-ray? What You Need To Know

By InFocus Radiology | May 18, 2023

X-ray imaging is a common diagnostic procedure that helps medical professionals examine the body’s internal structures. If you’re scheduled for an X-ray, it’s essential to understand the process and its risks. In this article, our Newcastle team will provide you with valuable information about X-rays and their uses. We will also discuss the potential risks…

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