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USG Kub Test in Thane

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Shop 8-14, Ezzi CHS. Ltd., Opp. Dmart, Dhokali, Maharashtra - 400607
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C1/147, Kasturi Plaza, Dombivli East Pincode -421201, Maharashtra
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The USG KUB test in Thane is also known as the renal ultrasound test, which is actually an ultrasound test for ureter, kidneys and urinary bladder. Assessing the condition and detecting problems in the urinary bladder, ureter and kidneys is the main purpose of performing this test. Sometimes, this test is also performed for the purpose of demonstrating prostate gland in males. As we all know, ultrasound tests involve the use of high frequency sound waves for the purpose of capturing images of internal organs, so there remains no risk of exposure to radiation when the ultrasound test takes place. This is a completely safe and painless imaging test.

This particular test can be suggested to you if certain signs and symptoms start to get visible in your body. Some of those symptoms may include

  • Unintentional urination during sneezing and coughing
  • Frequent urination
  • Strain at the time of urination

Generally, abnormalities in the structure of the KUB region, changes in the size of kidneys, kidney stones etc can be accurately detected through this test. This is one of the most useful tests and a wide variety of health conditions can be diagnosed through a USG KUB test. Some of the most common health conditions that can be detected through this test are mentioned below.

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Which disorders and conditions can be diagnosed and monitored through USG KUB?

  • Hematuria
  • Bladder stones
  • Hydronephrosis
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Chronic flank pain
  • Polycystic kidney disease
  • Micturition difficulties
  • Inflammation in the urinary tract
  • Renal abscess
  • Pain while urinating
  • Prostate enlargement
  • Dribbling of urine
  • Infections in the urinary tract
  • Bladder diverticula
  • Abnormal growth in bladder
  • Urinary retention
  • Ureteric obstruction
  • Trauma to bladder, kidney or uterus
  • Renal cysts

How is USG KUB performed?

Firstly when you appear for the test, you will be asked to remove all your jewelry as well as any kind of metal object that you are carrying before the test process starts. After that, you will be instructed to lie down on a table and soon after you lie, the radiologist will be applying a specific kind of lubricant on your abdomino-pelvic area. Then 6the radiologist will be placing the transducer in the abdomino-pelvic area, which will start producing high frequency sound waves for the purpose of capturing images. Soon after the entire process is done, the previously-applied gel will be removed from your body. This is a simple imaging test process and it should not be taking a lot of time to be completed.

To be mentioned, no specific preparations like fasting is required before you appear for this test. However, it is necessary to stay away from smoking and having any other forms of tobacco as nicotine consumption may hamper the test report accuracy. Also, do not forget to carry all your medical reports when you are appearing for the test. Soon after the test result is generated, the radiologist and experienced pathologists will properly interpret the captured images for the purpose of assessing the condition. You will be informed from their end if any kind of abnormalities have been detected in the test report. However, it is always advisable to have a brief consultation with a genuine and reliable doctor about the test report.

Nowadays, you don’t even need to worry about carrying a mountain-sized expense for this test because the USG KUB test price in Thane is truly reasonable these days in almost every region of the country. It must be kept in mind that health conditions like bladder stones, polycystic kidney disease, ureteric obstruction or abnormal growth in bladder can be dangerous if not detected and treated at the right time and this can be considered as the prime reason why this test is necessary. Don’t be late to go for this test if a medical expert has already suggested you to go for it.

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