Ultrasound, also known as sonography, is a medical imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the body’s internal structures. This non-invasive method is very useful for diagnosing and monitoring various medical conditions. Groruddalsklinikken is a recognized clinic in Norway that offers high-quality ultrasound examinations.

The ultrasound procedure

During an ultrasound examination, a special device called a transducer is used to send sound waves into the body. These sound waves are then reflected by the internal organs and tissue, and are picked up by the transducer again. The data from the sound waves is then converted into images using computers.

Ultrasound examinations can be performed on various parts of the body, including the abdominal cavity, pelvis, thyroid gland, breasts, heart and blood vessels. Depending on the area to be examined, the patient may be asked to dress in a particular way or take certain precautions before the examination.

Applications for ultrasound

Ultrasound has many uses in medicine, and it is an important diagnostic tool for detecting and evaluating various conditions. Here are some of the most common uses for ultrasound:

1. Pregnancy monitoring: Ultrasound examinations are routinely used during pregnancy to monitor the development of the fetus, check the position of the placenta and identify any abnormalities.

2. Abdominal examinations: Ultrasound can be used to examine the organs in the abdominal cavity, including the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, pancreas and spleen. It can help detect conditions such as gallstones, cysts or tumors.

3. Cardiovascular examinations: Ultrasound of the heart, also known as echocardiography, is used to evaluate the structure and function of the heart. It can help detect heart diseases such as heart valve problems or heart attacks.

4. Gynecological examinations: Ultrasound can be used to examine female reproductive organs such as the uterus, ovaries and cervix. It can help detect conditions such as cysts, tumors or endometriosis.

5. Urological examinations: Ultrasound can be used to evaluate the urinary tract and prostate in men. It can help detect conditions such as kidney stones, prostate cancer or an enlarged prostate.

Groruddalsklinikken and ultrasound

Groruddalsklinikken is a recognized clinic in Norway that specializes in high-quality ultrasound examinations. The clinic has an experienced team of medical professionals and modern equipment that ensures accurate and reliable results.

At Groruddalsklinikken, patients are met with care and respect, and their comfort and well-being are of the highest priority. The clinic offers a wide range of ultrasound examinations to meet various medical needs.

Ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool that can help detect and monitor various medical conditions. Groruddalsklinikken is dedicated to delivering quality treatment and accurate results through its ultrasound examinations.

Why Groruddalsklinikken?

Groruddalsklinikken’s vision is to offer high-quality health services with short waiting times.

We can offer health services both to those who do not have a referral from their GP, to those who have a referral from their GP or to those who are waiting for treatment at the hospital or waiting in the hospital queue.

If you have health insurance, you can contact your insurance company about getting treatment with us.

Groruddalsklinikken has a broad and relevant range of healthcare services with high quality and good accessibility for everyone. With us, you should always feel safe and looked after.


Groruddalsklinikken’s medical services include many specialist areas within the specialist health service, including day surgery.


Groruddalsklinikken believes that you as a patient deserve and should have quick medical attention without having to wait for several hours to receive health care.

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