Request an Appointment Call: (480) 756-6000 or Text: (480) 660-4040

Request an Appointment Call:
(480) 756-6000 or Text: (480) 660-4040

Gynecological Imaging

Valley Perinatal provides a wide range of gynecological imaging, including 3D and 4D pelvic ultrasounds, in a comfortable environment. We provide state-of-the-art imaging technology with superior image quality and diagnostic capabilities. Every examination is completed by an ARDMS certified sonographer, fully trained on the latest digital ultrasound technology. Our staff is trained to keep your comfort in mind during the procedure. After the test is completed, the exam is reviewed by one of our Board Certified physicians. That means you don’t have to wait for your results. Results are immediately shared with you and promptly sent to your physician.

Pelvic Ultrasound.

The pelvic ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of structures and organs in the lower abdomen and pelvis. There are two types of pelvic ultrasounds for women, which include abdominal and vaginal. Pelvic ultrasounds are given to analyze the female reproductive and urinary tracts. The ultrasound image is captured in real-time, and can show the structure and movement of the inside of the body.

This type of imaging is painless and does not require any special preparation. We do not use ionizing radiation and there are no known harmful effects. The procedure is used to evaluate uterus, cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, or fetal development.

3D/ 4D Pelvic Ultrasound.

3D and 4D pelvic ultrasounds provide a detailed visualization of the entire pelvic floor and can provide detailed images of the inside of the body. Using this imaging provides the convenience of one test, which allows us to provide results much quicker.


Hysterosonography, also known as saline infusion sonogram, is a technique used to slowly infuse sterile saline into the uterine cavity during ultrasound imaging. This technique is noninvasive and allows us to assess abnormalities with the lining of the uterus.

Pelvic Doppler.

The doppler allows us to evaluate the blood through the arteries and veins within the abdomen. By scanning the blood flow, we can diagnose obstructions in the arteries that could cause problems.

Ovarian Cancer Screening.

Ovarian cancer screening is recommended for women at risk, as well as women who may have a gene mutation that increases their chances of this cancer. This group includes women with a history of breast cancer, infertility, endometriosis, or hormone replacement. Imaging methods, such as a transvaginal ultrasound, have been evaluated to use in screening for cancer and have been found to be the most effective.

Scroll to Top