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VASCULAR ULTRASOUND SCREENING - $95.00

Screenings for Aneurysm, Stroke and Vascular Disease

Do you know your risk for vascular disease?  Early detection of vascular disease is a key part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  We offer three types of vascular screenings to help detect vascular disease. They include:

The total price for ALL three exams is only $95.00, which includes a report by a board certified Cincinnati vascular surgeon!   No physician’s order is required.  Gain peace of mind and schedule your screening today!

 

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Is A Physician's Order Needed?

No.

How Is The Screening Performed?

The exam consists of three screenings together lasting approximately 30 minutes, which are painless. We use ultrasound technology to perform the exams. The three non-invasive tests include:

All exams are performed by registered vascular technologists.  A board certified vascular surgeon will review your results.  A preliminary report will be provided the day of your screening with a full report within 48 hours.

Risk Factors For Vascular Disease

You should consider a vascular screening if you have any of the following risk factors:

Signs and Symptoms of Vascular Disease

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

Stroke

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Vascular Disease Facts

strokeStroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States.  Plaque deposits that develop in the arteries in the neck (carotid) area are a major cause of strokes. These deposits can be detected during a vascular screening.

aaaAbdominal Aortic Aneurysms occur when the major blood vessel (aorta) in the body expands and balloons outward. Rupture of the aneurysm maybe prevented if the aneurysm is detected early through vascular screening.

PADPeripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) occurs when plaque deposits block arteries in the legs. The condition can be painful when walking or at rest and also can cause wounds to heal poorly. Smokers, former smokers and diabetics are especially prone to PAD. PAD blockages can be detected during a vascular screening.

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