At Ultramsonoin Kensington Olympia your Ultrasound Specialist Dr Marzieh Abbasi offers a range of ultrasound scans including Abdominal, Pregnancy, Gynecological, Testicular, Thyroid, Soft Tissue Abnormalities, Musculoskeletal, Breast, Pediatrics and Vascular scans.
Dr. Marzieh Abbasi
Dr Abassi has been practicing ultrasound scans since 2010 in the UK.
I am accomplished in a range of skills in the field of ultrasound including Obstetrics, Gynecology, Abdominal, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Pediatrics and Musculoskeletal ultrasound. I participate in continuing professional development to ensure high quality patient care.
Member of the Fetal Medicine Foundation (FMF). Society of Radiographers (SOR). International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG).
Ultramsono is a private practice based in Kensington Olympia.
Easily reached by Tube, Kensington Olympia is a 5 minute walk.
By Bus, Kensington Olympia (Stop P) served by the 28 and 306 bus.
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Viability Scan 6 - 10 Weeks
Early pregnancy (6-10 weeks) is also termed a viability scan We conduct an ultrasound scan at ULTRAM between 6 and 10 weeks of pregnancy, mainly to verify an intrauterine pregnancy, display single or multiple pregnancy and to calculate the estimated due date by measuring the fetus. An early pregnancy can be performed trans-vaginally. If you prefer a trans-abdominal scan, you need to have a full bladder.
Dating Scan 12-18 Weeks
A dating scan can also tell you how far along you are in your pregnancy, estimate your due date and whether you're expecting more than one baby. It will be a trans-abdominal scan if you undergo this scan after week 10. A trans-vaginal scan may be recommended in specific cases, such as when the scan is performed before week 10 of pregnancy. You will be asked to drink 1 liter of water and keep your bladder full one hour before your visit for an abdominal dating ultrasound.
Growth / Well being / Reassurance Scans 24 - 36 Weeks
We can track your baby's growth at ULTRAM. This can help you establish if your baby's growth rate corresponds to your expected due date and offer you an estimate of your baby's weight. We also use a Doppler study to assess the blood flow to your baby during this scan to ensure the placenta is functioning properly. We also check the level of amniotic fluid around your baby, as well as the position of your placenta.
Gender Scan 15 - 30 Weeks
ULTRAM makes it even more unique for you by providing you with 2D black and white photographs to take home and cherish the event. Please keep in mind that ultrasound cannot offer 100% certainty of your baby's gender; nonetheless, our trained clinician will provide you with the most accurate assessment.
Presentation Scan 36 - 40 Weeks
A presentation scan is usually offered between weeks 36 and 40. The main goal of this scan is to check the position of your baby as you get closer to your due date. The skilled sonographer will assess the position of the placenta and the amount of amniotic fluid during this scan. A presentation scan is very significant since it confirms the position of your baby. It will help you to make necessary plans with your local hospital if the baby is in a breech or transverse position.
Cervical Length Assessment
A short cervix cannot protect the infant adequately and is more prone to dilate early. As a result, having a shorter than usual cervical length might occasionally result in preterm birth. Women at a higher risk of preterm delivery, such as those who have had a previous preterm birth, uterine abnormalities and three or more late miscarriages, should get this scan. The scan's purpose is to measure the cervical length, hence it's a transvaginal scan.
Fertility / Follicle Tracking
Follicle or fertility tracking can be used to predict the ideal time to conceive in women and to determine the ideal timing for intrauterine insemination such as in-vitro fertilization (IVF). This Detailed scan will be used to assess the uterus, ovaries, tracking follicles and endometrial thickness measurement before undergoing an IVF treatment in the UK or abroad.
Female Pelvic Scan
A pelvic ultrasound scan will be used to assess the organs within the female pelvis. The uterus, endometrium, cervix, ovaries and coil (IUCD) position will all be evaluated during this scan. Gynecological issues are quite frequent. Bleeding, discomfort, irregular periods, and fertility are the most prevalent causes of pelvic scan recommendations. Pelvic scan can be performed by trans abdominal and trans vaginal methods. A full bladder is essential for trans abdominal scan.
A hernia develops when fatty or soft tissue, bowel, or an organ protrudes into surrounding tissues through a weakness in the abdominal wall or groin region. When coughing or exercising, hernia symptoms include swelling or a lump. Sometimes only pain is experienced at the hernia site with no palpable lump. This is an external scan and is completely safe and painless.
A hernia develops when fatty or soft tissue, bowl or an organ protrudes into surrounding tissue through a weakness in the abdominal wall or groin region. When coughing or exercising, hernia symptoms include a swelling or lump. Sometimes only pain is experienced at the site with no palpable lump. The external scan is completely safe and painless.
T Ultrasound Scan to individuals above the age of 18. This non-invasive scan includes a deep vein assessment. DVT (deep vein thrombosis) is the formation of clot in one of the veins, most often in the legs. DVT, or a blood clot in the veins, is a medical emergency that can result in problems including pulmonary embolism. Pain, swelling, and discomfort in one of the limbs are the most prevalent signs of a DVT.
Ultrasound is often used to diagnose abdominal aortic aneurysms. Aneurysms are more prevalent in men over 65. This scan requires no preparation, however, items that create substantial abdominal gas should be avoided.