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Diagnostic ultrasound

EloRose Diagnostic Ultrasound Exams & Pricing:
Pelvic, Follicular, Abdomen, OB/GYN, Thyroid, & Scrotal

Diagnostic Ultrasound Exams
Self Pay/Self Referral/Physician Referral
All diagnostic ultrasounds need an order from a healthcare provider. We will gladly accept one from your healthcare provider; however, if you do not have one, we can help! Our Medical Director will review your symptoms and write the ultrasound order for you. This will be an additional $30 charge to the ultrasound fees on our website. KeepSake ultrasounds do not need an order/referral.
Pelvic/Transvaginal

60 Minutes
$290

CPT 76856
Exam Description:

A Pelvic/Transvaginal ultrasound is the study of the female pelvis. The pelvic ultrasound plays an important role in detecting pelvic masses of the uterus, ovaries, and/or adnexal areas. This ultrasound is preferred for the evaluation of acute pelvic pain. During this ultrasound we can identify ovarian torsion, ovarian cysts, and other pelvic conditions. If the patient has abnormal bleeding, the pelvic ultrasound can detect endometrial changes.

Prep for Exam:

Drink 32oz of water 1 hour prior to your appointment and DO NOT empty your bladder.
Pelvic: Abdominal Only

40 Minutes
$180

Exam Description:

A Pelvic ultrasound is the study of the female pelvis for those that are not sexually active. During this ultrasound we can identify ovarian torsion, ovarian cysts, and other pelvic conditions. If the patient has abnormal bleeding, the pelvic ultrasound can detect endometrial changes.

Prep for Exam:

Drink 32oz of water 1 hour prior to your appointment and DO NOT empty your bladder.
Pelvic: Transvaginal Only

40 Minutes
$180

CPT 76830
Exam Description:

This ultrasound is used as a follow-up from a previous Pelvic/Transvaginal ultrasound performed with us. This exam is transvaginal only.

Prep for Exam:

Empty Bladder prior to exam.
Pelvic: Follicular Tracking

45 Minutes
$180

CPT 76857
Exam Description:

This ultrasound is transvaginal only and is the preferred and usually mandatory method of monitoring follicles. Usually performed from day 9 to day 17 of the menstrual cycle.

Prep for Exam:

Empty Bladder prior to exam.
Thyroid

45 Minutes
$215

CPT 76536
Exam Description:

The Thyroid ultrasound is used to investigate potential issues within your thyroid gland. The thyroid ultrasound is used to diagnose and treat problems not only within the thyroid, but also the parathyroid glands and surrounding area. Most commonly, a thyroid ultrasound is used to evaluate for nodules.

Prep for Exam:

Do not wear clothing that covers your neck and do not wear a necklace.
Scrotum

45 Minutes
$215

CPT 76870
Exam Description:

A Scrotal ultrasound is used to evaluate the scrotum. A scrotal ultrasound investigates the scrotal area for symptoms like pain, lumps, swelling, and infertility.

Prep for Exam:

No prep needed.
Abdomen Complete

60 Minutes
$290

CPT 76700
Exam Description:

Abdominal Ultrasound is used to view the organs and structures of the abdomen. An abdominal ultrasound is used to evaluate the organs in the upper abdomen such as: pancreas, liver, gallbladder, kidneys, spleen, and abdominal aorta. Reasons for this ultrasound can be for pain and/or bloating. You may also have an abdominal ultrasound for screening of an aortic aneurysm.

Prep for Exam:

NPO- 6 hrs prior to exam: No smoking or gum chewing 30min prior. May drink small amount of water with meds.
RUQ

45 Minutes
$240

CPT 76705
Exam Description:

RUQ (Right Upper Quadrant) Ultrasound is used to evaluate organs in the upper right abdomen: liver, gallbladder, right kidney, pancreas, and CBD. Reasons for this ultrasound can be for pain and/or bloating.

Prep for Exam:

NPO- 6 hrs prior to exam: No smoking or gum chewing 30min prior. May drink small amount of water with meds.
Spleen

30 Minutes
$240

CPT 76705
Exam Description:

The splenic ultrasound is performed in order to view and evaluate the spleen only. This ultrasound will check for splenomegaly (the size of the spleen).

Prep for Exam:

No prep needed.
Renal

45 Minutes
$240

CPT 76770, 76775 (Transplant Kidney CPT 76776)
Exam Description:

The renal ultrasound is used to evaluate the right and left kidneys, as well as, the bladder. This ultrasound may be used to access the size, location, and shape of the kidneys. We may identify large kidney stones, tumors, fluid collection, and/or infection within or around the kidneys. You may need this ultrasound due to hematuria (blood in your urine) or pain.

Prep for Exam:

Full Bladder- 32oz of water drank 1hr prior to exam; do not empty your bladder.
Aorta

45 Minutes
$240

CPT 76706 (History of AAA CPT 76775)
Exam Description:

The aorta ultrasound is used to evaluate the abdominal aorta. Reasons for this exam can be as simple as a screening for an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), A one-time abdominal aortic ultrasound screening is recommended for men between the ages of 65-75 who have a history of smoking. Anyone with a family history of AAA may receive this screening ultrasound.

Prep for Exam:

NPO- 6 hrs prior to exam: No smoking or gum chewing 30min prior. May drink small amount of water with meds.
OB Complete ≥ 14 Weeks

60 Minutes
$340

CPT 76811
Exam Description:

This ultrasound evaluates the entire fetus for growth and well-being, as well as, the mother's uterus and ovaries. The OB complete ultrasound may be used to establish pregnancy and for the anatomy screening of the fetus around 20 weeks gestation.

Additional Charges Possible:
1. CPT 76812: Additional Gestations (Babies) $50
2. CPT 76817: Transvaginal Exam $50

Prep for Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily. If we are performing this exam to establish a viable pregnancy, a transvaginal ultrasound may be performed.
Early OB with Transvaginal

≤ 14 Weeks
$190

CPT 76801
Exam Description:

This ultrasound evaluates the entire fetus for growth and well-being, as well as, the mother's uterus and ovaries. The OB complete ultrasound may be used to establish pregnancy. Depending upon how many weeks along you are, a transvaginal ultrasound may be needed as well.

i. Additional Charges Possible:
1. CPT 76802: Additional Gestations (Babies) $50

Prep for Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily. If we are performing this exam to establish a viable pregnancy, a transvaginal ultrasound may be performed. Please arrive with a full bladder.
OB Limited

45 Minutes
$240

CPT 76815
Exam Description:

The OB limited ultrasound is not designed to be a full medical evaluation of the fetus. Instead, the OB Limited is used to follow-up anything from the previous OB Complete ultrasound with us. This may be done to further evaluate fetal structures not well see during the anatomy scan. It may also be used to follow-up a low lying placenta seen during the OB Complete ultrasound.

Additional Charges Possible:
1. CPT 76812: Additional Gestations (Babies) $50
2. CPT 76817: Transvaginal Exam $50

Prep for Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily.
OB Follow-Up

45 Minutes
$240

CPT 76816
Exam Description:

This ultrasound is not designed for a full OB Ultrasound, but for a follow-up (e.g., re-evaluation of fetal size by measuring standard growth parameters and amniotic fluid volume, re-evaluation of organ system(s) suspected or confirmed to be abnormal on a previous scan) from a previous OB ultrasound exam with us.

Additional Charges Possible:
1. CPT 76812: Additional Gestations (Babies) $50
2. CPT 76817: Transvaginal Exam $50

Prep for this Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily.
OB Limited: Fetal Position Only

20 Minutes
$150

Exam Description:

The OB Limited for Position Only is a quick ultrasound to view the fetal position only. No anatomy will be viewed, except for heartrate of the fetus.

Prep for Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily.
BPP

30 Minutes
$240

CPT 76819
Exam Description:

The BPP ultrasound measures the health of your baby during pregnancy. This ultrasound is only done after the 28th week of pregnancy. We will evaluate the baby's body movement, muscle tone, breathing, and amniotic fluid level. This ultrasound is normally done because the mom presents with decreased fetal movement and/or a nonreactive stress test.

Additional Charges Possible:
1. CPT 76812: Additional Gestations (Babies) $50

Prep for Exam:

A two-piece outfit is best since we will need to access your abdominal/pelvic area. Please hydrate well 2-3 days prior to your appointment. This means drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water daily.
Lump: Chest

15 Minutes
$165

CPT 76604
Exam Description:

A palpable lump within the chest, but not breast, area is evaluated.

Prep for Exam:

No prep needed.
Lump: Extremity

15 Minutes
$165

CPT 76881
Exam Description:

Palpable lump found on an extremity will be evaluated.

Prep for Exam:

No prep needed.
Bladder

15 Minutes
$180

CPT 76857
Exam Description:

This ultrasound exam is to strictly examine the bladder with pre and post void calculations.

Prep for Exam:

Please come with a FULL bladder by drinking 30oz of water about 30minutes prior to your appointment.
Breast Unilateral

15 Minutes
$180

CPT 76641
Exam Description:

Single breast ultrasound due to palpable lump or to follow-up a mammogram or thermography examination.

Prep for this Exam:

Please wear an easy to remove top to expose the breast.
Breast Bilateral

15 Minutes
$245

CPT 76642
Exam Description:

Bilateral breast ultrasound due to palpable lump or to follow-up a mammogram or thermography examination.

Prep for this Exam:

Please wear an easy to remove top to expose the breast.
Carotid

15 Minutes
$290

CPT 93880
Exam Description:

The Carotid ultrasound is a safe, noninvasive, painless procedure that examines the blood flow through the carotid arteries.

Prep for this Exam:

Please do not wear clothing that covers your neck and do not wear a necklace.
Venous Doppler- Lower Extremity Unilateral

15 Minutes
$180

CPT 93971
Exam Description:

This ultrasound evaluates the lower extremity veins for thrombosis (DVT).

Prep for this Exam:

Please wear easy to remove clothing to expose the leg.
Venous Doppler- Lower Extremity Bilateral

15 Minutes
$200

CPT 93970
Exam Description:

This ultrasound evaluates the lower extremity veins of both legs for thrombosis (DVT).

Prep for this Exam:

Please wear easy to remove clothing to expose both legs.
Knee

15 Minutes
$150

CPT 76881
Exam Description:

This ultrasound evaluates behind the affected knee for mass or cyst.

Prep for this Exam:

Please do not wear clothing that covers your neck and do not wear a necklace.
We understand that things do come up and you may need to cancel or reschedule. We do ask that you provide 24 hours notice to reschedule, or it is a $50 fee.

There is a no show fee equal to 50% of the appointment cost.
No Refund Policy
At EloRose Ultrasound, we are committed to providing exceptional care. Ultrasound images are produced based on the reflection of the waves off of the body structures. The strength (amplitude) of the sound signal and the time it takes for the wave to travel through the body provides the information necessary to produce an image. Two main factors that affect ultrasound images are body habitus and air (gas within the body). No matter the situation, we will do our very best to provide quality diagnostic ultrasounds for our radiologist to read.
Insurance
If you're considering diagnostic ultrasounds, please note that we operate on a self-pay basis to keep costs low. However, those with employer-funded healthcare may be part of our “insurance” partnerships. If you are unsure if you have this type of “insurance”, please check with your employer or give us a call. HSA/FSA accounts can come to the rescue, and insurance reimbursement may be possible with our receipt.