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Moody Diagnostics
Ultrasound Services

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Moody Diagnostics is an American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine (AIUM) accredited ultrasound lab—a designation that means we adhere to the highest ethical and clinical standards. Regardless of the type of ultrasound, you'll find our staff and facility are completely dedicated to patient comfort and peace of mind.

Ultrasound services

Moody Diagnostics offers a full range of ultrasound procedures using state-of- the-art equipment—all in a warm and caring environment.

We are an in-network provider for most insurance companies, and also accept Medicare and Medicaid. A physician's order for the ultrasound exam is required for insurance billing. We also have great self pay rates.


See Women section for Pelvic, Breast,Transvaginal, and OB Ultrasounds

Abdominal Ultrasound

Abdominal Ultrasound exams survey the soft tissue organs in the abdomen, such as the gall bladder, liver, pancreas and kidneys.

Abdominal Aorta Ultrasound

This exam evaluates the abdominal aorta with measurements and Doppler to look for an aortic aneurysm.

Thyroid Ultrasound

A thyroid ultrasound evaluates the thyroid gland and looks for goiters, masses, cysts, enlargement and other signs of thyroid problems.

Renal Ultrasound

This ultrasound evaluates the kidneys and contents and also the urinary bladder.

Testicular Ultrasound

This exam evaluates the testes and epididymus for masses and cysts.


Venous Doppler

This ultrasound exam is a leg vein evaluation looking for blood clotting and signs of Venous Reflux, or any improper functioning of the vein valves in the leg, which can cause swelling and changes in the skin.

Arterial Doppler

This is an evaluation of the arteries in the legs and/or arms looking for plaque or blockages, which may be signs of peripheral vascular disease (PVD) or other disorders.

Carotid Doppler

Similar to the Arterial Doppler, this exam evaluates the carotid arteries in the neck for plaque or blockages, usually to evaluate the risk of stroke.

Renal Arterial Ultrasound

This exam evaluates the blood flow in the renal arteries and aorta for stenosis or blockage.



This ultrasound of the heart evaluates for heart murmur, atrial fibrillation, enlargement of the heart, hypertension, and other disorders and risk factors. This exam will measure the heart’s chambers, wall thickness, blood flow and assess its overall functioning.

Pediatric Echocardiogram

This is an echocardiogram on a pediatric patient which evaluates for heart murmurs and any other heart disorders. These exams are reviewed and read by a Pediatric Cardiologist.


Biophysical Profile

A Biophysical Profile evaluates the fetal health and well-being in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.

Transvaginal Ultrasound

This exam evaluates the female organs - uterus and ovaries and endometrial canal.

Breast Ultrasound

A breast ultrasound evaluates the beast tissue for cysts or other masses.

OB Ultrasound

This ultrasound evaluates the pregnant mother’s fetus, and may be performed from as early as 5 weeks all the way to full term. This exam includes measurements of the baby, amniotic fluid levels and placenta location.

Pelvic Ultrasound

This type of ultrasound evaluates the uterus and ovaries and endometrial canal, usually looking for fibroid tumors or ovarian cysts, but also useful in infertility diagnoses.