Lumps and Bumps Ultrasound Scan
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Lumps and Bumps Ultrasound Scan

If you have been searching for healthcare professionals to carry out an ultrasound for you to detect soft tissue lumps and bumps, then you have come to the right place; our team at Ultrasound Plus are on hand whenever you need us to provide you with ultrasound scans in a range of locations. You can find our sonographers in; London, Brentwood, Birmingham, Watford, Leicester, and Kingston upon Thames.

If you would like to book a soft tissue ultrasound scan today, be sure to get in touch with us, you will receive a high-quality scan performed by a professional as well as a detailed ultrasound report.

Soft Tissue Ultrasound Scan & Ultrasound Imaging

Noticing a new lump or bump anywhere on your body can be quite concerning. If you’re worried about a new lump or bump, we recommend looking it at for reassurance. With an ultrasound scan, we can take a look at the area of concern using high-frequency sound waves; this makes any lumps and bumps easily identifiable. These could be soft tissue masses, ganglion cysts, or even lump trauma; try not to worry until the ultrasound scan is performed.

Our lumps and bumps ultrasound scan is designed to examine most parts of the body. It focuses on determining the cause of abnormalities in your superficial tissue (the skin and muscle).

This lumps and bumps scan is suitable for patients 18 years or older. It will be performed by our professional sonographers who have years of musculoskeletal ultrasound scanning experience. Remove any jewellery from the affected area before attending your lumps and bumps ultrasound

Ultrasound Scans Are Non-invasive Scans

If you are worried about a specific area, swelling, pain, or soft tissue masses, having an ultrasound scan carried out is the first port of call that most clinics will use to determine the soft tissue causing you a problem. The most common cause of lumps and bumps is trauma or fluid build-up; it is not always something to be concerned about.

A sonographer will be able to provide an examination whereby we can diagnose on most occasions, sometimes with ultrasound images, we see a lump or bump that needs further investigation. During an ultrasound scan, we can look at blood vessels surrounding the lump and bump to determine whether it is something that needs treatment or is left alone.

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What does a lumps and bumps ultrasound scan involve?

Our lumps and bumps scan includes:

What is the purpose of a lumps and bumps ultrasound?

If you have found a soft-tissue lump or bump anywhere on your body, you will more than likely be referred for an ultrasound scan; this is always the first-line method of examination when it comes to lump trauma. Using an ultrasound scan allows a sonographer to use sound waves to get detailed ultrasound imaging that will provide an in-depth look into the lump you have felt or specific area, swelling, pain or any other reason for concern.

Soft tissue ultrasounds are widely available in our clinic; we can use them for follow-ups or diagnosis appointments; in our safe hands, you will receive a full ultrasound report with the proper scan and all with complete ease on your part. This is because ultrasound is non-invasive.

Using the sound waves of ultrasound, we can determine whether the lumps and bumps you have felt in your body are Ganglion Cysts, Lipomas, Sebaceous Cysts, benign lumps or cancerous. Other common problems which can show on the scan are hernias, masses, cysts, and hematomas.

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We use ultrasound images of your lump/bump to determine whether or not it poses any risk to your health. Our lumps and bumps ultrasound scan allows us to analyse the swelling externally, so you don’t have to undergo an invasive biopsy. You might need a lumps and bumps scan if you’re suffering from any of the following: Soft tissue swellings, ganglions, cysts, skin changes, foreign bodies.

To make an appointment with one of our ultrasound teams today, be sure to get in touch; we are always more than happy to help you in any way we can. If we find anything of concern, we will always pull together a full report to take back to your doctor; we aim to keep our process as smooth as possible. For an appointment gets in touch with one of our sonographers today. We look forward to speaking to you soon. You can find one of our clinics in the following locations; London, Brentwood, Birmingham, Watford, Leicester, and Kingston upon Thames. 

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Lumps and Bumps Ultrasound FAQs

This is dependent on the location of the lump or bump. If it’s on your limbs, hands or feet, you should be able to eat or drink as normal. If it’s on your abdomen you may be required to fast for 6-8 hours prior to the scan.
All of our sonographers are qualified with diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound scanning experience and are accredited by either the Health Professional Council, The General Medical Council or Society of Radiographers and also work within the NHS alongside their role within Ultrasound Plus.
We advise that you wear something light, airy and baggy. Otherwise, you may need to change into a gown if necessary.
Please bring along your hospital notes (if you have been given them) and reports to assist out Sonographers if a referral is required.
Please note, our scans do not replace any of your NHS scans. During your appointment, in any event of a medical referral being required, we will discuss this with you and provide a full report for you to forward on to your health practitioner.
Yes, our services are a complementary service, which works alongside the NHS.
We advise all of our customers to advise their GP/Healthcare provider know of their intention to have a scan with us. On arrival at Ultrasound Plus we will ask you to complete a registration form, where your GP/Healthcare provider details will be requested. If from the kidney, ureters & bladder scan there shows a need to contact or share any information regarding your scan, you are responsible for providing the report to your GP/Healthcare provider.