Upper Abdominal & Pelvic Scan

£ 140.00 Inclusive of all fees

This scan is available to men from 16 years of age.

We will perform a detailed scan to look at the size, shape and condition of the:

  • gall bladder
  • biliary system and pancreas
  • liver
  • both kidneys and the bladder and prostate area.
Mens scan - Image from an Upper Abdominal

Pre and post voiding of the bladder.

Also includes spleen and central blood vessels Common examples for having this ultrasound scan are:

  • detection of gall stones or polyps
  • assessing the liver
  • assessing the kidneys and bladder for function.

We will provide a Sonographer report at the time with a Medical Follow Up Recommendation if necessary.

Using the latest cloud technology, Ultrasound Direct can send your scan images and report to you in seconds using Ultrasound Direct toMOBILE. This secure online service is available with every scan performed in an Ultrasound Direct clinic at no extra cost.

See or FAQ page if you would like to know more about any of our scans.

Pre-scan preparation

Need to expose whole of abdomen so ideally wear 2 piece garments i.e trousers and top.

8 hours of fasting required. No breakfast if morning appointment / no lunch for afternoon appointment.

Drink 0.5 Ltr (1 pint) clear fluid approx 1 hour before appointment time.

Milk and fizzy drinks are not recommended.

Please do not empty your bladder before the examination.

For diabetics maintain food intake but avoid fatty or dairy products.

Maintain normal medication.

All of our first line ultrasound scans are optional. You must be at least 16 years old and you should have no existing medical condition or treatment pending that relates to the scan you are booking. If you are in any doubt about having any type of scan, you should consult your GP.

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