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Riverside Medical Center Provides a Complete Range of Diagnostic Ultrasound

Riverside is an advanced medical imaging facility.

We provide you and your physician high quality ultrasound imaging and interpretations for full protocol, physician ordered studies as well as elective ultrasounds to verify pregnancy and determine gender as well as other  diagnostic and preventative screening tests in a very safe environment. We understand quality and accuracy is reliant upon the sonographer's experience and the type of equipment used.

Because of this, each of our sonographer have years of experience in their specialty, are ARDMS certified, and utilize the finest ultrasound systems available.  All images are interpreted by our board-certified radiologists, and reports are sent to the referring physician quickly.  We are local and centrally located in Utah County so you gain easy access to the benefits of our screenings.

Prenatal Diagnostic Ultrasound Services

Level One diagnostic services performed through an order from your health care provider. We provide our services to many expectant families desiring to complete their ultrasound at a more family-centered, patient-focused environment. We offer complimentary images of your session, and gender determination is by request only.

Prenatal Elective Limited Diagnostic Services

We provide prenatal elective limited diagnostic pregnancy verification and gender determination reassurance scans to those expectant mothers who are currently receiving prenatal care.

Cardiac Ultrasound

Looks inside the heart, its muscles, valves, chambers for Cardiac tumors, stenosis, regurgitation, endocarditic and other abnormalities which cause heart failure.

We offer 2D, M-Mode, Color Doppler, PW, CW.


We perform the echocardiogram transthoracically (with the transducer on the chest). These sound wave pictures can give detailed information to your doctor about heart function as well as the diameter of the great vessels.

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Vascular Ultrasound

(Complete Carotid Imaging, Upper and Lower Venous Imaging, Upper and Lower Arterial Imaging.)

To screen the blood vessels (arteries and veins) of the body. This non invasive ultrasound is used for early detection of life threatening vascular disorders such as Deep Vein Trombosis, Femoral Artery Aneurysm, Popliteal Artery Aneurysm, Arterial Occlusive Disease.

Abdominal Ultrasound

  • Aorta
Arteriosclerosis, aneurysm, Dissecting aneurysm, Intraluminal Thrombus.

  • Spleen
Splenomegaly, Absence of the Spleen, Cysts, Absesses, Rupture, Tumors.

  • Pancreas
Pancreatic Cysts, Tumors, Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis.

  • Liver
Hepatic Cysts, Diffuse Abnormalities, Fatty Infiltration.

  • Gallbladder
Cholelithiasis (gallstone), Cholecystitis (inflammation), Hydrops, Polyps.

  • Kidneys
Renal Calculus, Hydronephrosis, Renal Hematoma, Abscesses, Simple, Multicystic,
Polycystic Kidney.

  • Urinary / Bladder
Bladder Calculus, Bladder Diverticula, Bladder Masses.

  • Prostate
Cyst, Prostatis, Calcified Prostate, Nodule.
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Female Pelvic Ultrasound

To screen the internal structures of the female pelvis. Uterus, Cervix, Endometrium, Myometrium, Vagina, Fallopian Tubes, Ovaries: Polyp, Endometritis, Leiomyoma, Adenomyosis, Nabothian cyst, Gartner Ducts Cyst, Pelvic inflammatory Disease(Pyosalpinx, Hydrosalpinx, Tuboovarian Abscess), Ovarian Cysts, Corpus Lutheum Cysts,Polycystic Ovary, Inflammatory Processes, Dermoid Tumors.

Shoulder / Elbow / Carpal Tunnel / Extremity Studies

Extremity ultrasound is proving to be of great value in the diagnosis of rotator cuff tears, distal bicep tendon tears, and in evaluating patients considered to have carpal tunnel type symptoms. This type of imaging may be used when looking for abnormailites in the foot and ankle as well.

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Ultrasound: Benefits vs. Risks
  • Ultrasound scans are typically non-invasive (no needles or injections) and painless.
  • Ultrasound allows the medical provider to peek inside the uterus providing a great deal of vital information about the pregnancy.
  • Ultrasound imaging uses harmless sound waves which do not expose you or your unborn baby to any ionizing radiation (x-rays).
  • Ultrasound imaging has been used to analyze pregnancy for nearly a half century while there has safely been no evidence of harm to the patient, embryo or fetus. Nevertheless, ultrasound should be performed by qualified medical professionals.
  • Ultrasound scans provide vivid images of soft tissues that do not come out clearly with x-ray images.
  • Ultrasound is the preferential procedure for monitoring and diagnosing expectant mothers and their unborn babies.
  • Ultrasound is widely available and less expensive than other imaging techniques.

  • There are no known harmful effects on humans for ultrasound scans.