Private Testicular Ultrasound
Private Testicular Scan Summary:Private scan of the testes, Scrotum, Epididymi
No GP referral is required.
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Fully Qualified NHS Consultant Sonographers.
No prep is Required.
Harley Street, London
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The private testicular ultrasound will examine the testes and scrotum. The scrotum or testicular sack contains the testes and the epididymi. It is very common for pain or lumps to developed within the scrotal sac. In most cases these lumps are benign and ultrasound is being used to confirm what the lump is. Other possible abnormalities within the scrotal sac are an absent or undescended testicle, inflammation, testicular torsion (twisted testis), fluid collection, enlarged blood vessels (varicoceles) or a mass (lump or a tumour), infertility. Our clients choose our private ultrasound clinic for their scan, as in most cases after they have seen their GP who recommended an NHS scan, they don’t want to wait up to 6+ weeks to be given an inflexible appointment.
The purpose of this testicular ultrasound is the evaluation of:
- Scrotal sac
Reasons for having a testicular ultrasound scan:
- Testicular lump
- Testicular pain or ache
- Swollen testes
- History of infection
Visit our blog post to find out more about testicular lumps.
Preparation for the testicular ultrasound scan
No preparation is necessary for this testicular ultrasound scan.
What should I expect during the testicular ultrasound?
Our sonographer will explain the procedure before the examination commences. You will be asked to lower your trousers and underwear to your knees and lie on the couch on your back. A small amount of gel will be applied to the scrotal sac and the transducer will be moved around the scrotum to obtain the images.
Price of the Testicular ultrasound Scan: £149.00
Testicular Ultrasound Q&A
It is our philosophy that private healthcare and in our case ultrasound imaging should be affordable and available to all of us as our health is the most important thing is in this world. This is why our medical scans are competitively priced with no hidden extras.
You are in the right place if you are looking for a private testicular ultrasound scan in London. At Sonoworld Diagnostics, London we offer an extensive range of private ultrasound scans in a convenient central London location next to Harley Street.
We offer same day and out of hours private ultrasound scan appointments in days and times to suit your busy schedule.
Our consultant sonographers are experienced in the field of medical ultrasound so you can rest assured that your health is in good hands. We use the latest ultrasound scan diagnostic equipment to increase diagnostic accuracy. Sonoworld Diagnostics has been providing ultrasound scan services to NHS and private sector since 2012 and therefore is well established in the field of medical ultrasound.
At our ultrasound scan clinic in London, we are able to offer you testicular ultrasound scans in a clean and comfortable environment without the wait associated with the ultrasound scans provided by the NHS.
You can book the private testicular ultrasound scan by either using our online booking system where you can choose a suitable date and time or you can call us direct and speak to one of our sonographers.
In adults, testicular cancer is more common between the age of 25 – 40 years old and from 60+. This, however, does not mean that you should stop checking your scrotum for any lumps.
The main signs of testicular cancer is mainly a testicular lump that can be associated with heaviness or pulling in the groin area and sometimes testicular pain. The testicular scan is quick and painless and will provide you with instant answers about your symptoms.
The short answer is Yes testicular cancer can be detected on ultrasound. Testicular ultrasound is the main primary diagnostic investigation for any abnormalities within the scrotum.
We are conveniently located in the heart of London, in Harley street just a few minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus station.
We offer same day testicular scan appointments in a clean, relaxing and caring environment.
Our sonographers are advanced consultant practitioners with years of ultrasound scanning experience. They are fully qualified, registered with the HCPC, BMUS and SoR. They perform a large number of diagnostic scans every week and they are always up today with the newest technological trends and ultrasound guidelines. You can, therefore, rest assured that your health and the health of your loved ones is in good hands.
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- Ultrasound scans are non-invasive.
- An ultrasound exam should not be painful.
- Ultrasound is widely available, easy-to-use and less expensive than other imaging modalities.
- Ultrasound imaging is extremely safe and does not use any harmful ionizing radiation and this is why is the primary imaging modality in pregnancy.
- Ultrasound scanning gives a clear picture of soft tissues and blood vessels that do not show up well on x-rays.
- Ultrasound scanning is dynamic and can evaluate body structures in real time.
- There are no known harmful effects on humans related to ultrasound scans.
A sonographer, otherwise known as ultrasonographer is a highly trained and specialised healthcare professional who performs and understands medical ultrasound scans and images, will perform your Private investigation and provide you with a diagnostic report of the findings, that you can take to your doctor for continuity of care. Our sonographers will also discuss the results with you during and after your examination.
Our sonographers are advanced consultant practitioners with years of ultrasound scanning experience. They are fully qualified, registered with the HCPC, BMUS and SoR. They perform a large number of diagnostic scans every week and they are always up today with the newest technological trends and ultrasound guidelines. You can, therefore, rest assured that your health and the health of your baby and loved ones in good hands. is in good hands.
It is recommended to regularly check the testis for any lumps or for anything that doesn't feel right.
The testis is the ovoid structure within the scrotal sack. Within the scrotum, there is also the head, tail and body of the epididymis.
The epididymis is full of small tubules where the sperm matures. These tubules sometimes get blocked and expand resulting on what is called epididymal cyst.
Epididymal cysts are harmless and they are very common.
Sometimes the tubules leak and sperm escape within the scrotal sac resulting sometimes in discomfort.
Hydrocoele is fluid around the testis.
Infections are also common in the testis resulting in an inflamed epididymis that can also feel like a lump.
It is also possible for cancer to be developed inside the testis and it is therefore very important if you find any lumps to have them checked as soon as possible with ultrasound.
You can find out more about testicular lumps and testicular cancer in this article.