what is an ultrasound

The Different Types Of Ultrasounds: 2D, 3D, and 4D

There are different types of ultrasounds, such as 3D and 4D ultrasounds, which show a different perspective than the ordinary 2D ultrasounds. In this blog, we’d like to take the time to talk a little about the different types of ultrasounds available, and their different uses.

The New Moms’ Guide To An Ultrasound Exam

When it comes to pregnancy, ultrasound exam are one of the most exciting things an expecting mother can look forward to. Here’s everything you need to know about how ultrasounds work, and what to expect at your first, second, and third trimester exam. 

BICRAD Is Now A RadiologyInfo.org Affiliate!

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At BICRAD, we always pride ourselves in our quality care, board certified radiologists and dedicated to delivering patients the experience that they deserve. In order to continually enhance our private radiology group’s mission of providing quality care, we are always searching for ways to provide more for our patients. Whether it’s meticulously selecting qualified, board certified radiologists or surrounding our radiology group with other industry leaders in the radiology field. We want to be in great company and ensure that we are always at the top of our game. So, we’re excited to announce that BICRAD is an official Radiologyinfo.org affiliate!

What Is Radiologyinfo.org?

If you have tried searching for any medical imaging resources online, then you have most likely come into contact with this esteemed website. Radiologyinfo.org is an incredible resource for the online community that provides accurate and informative descriptions of any medical imaging procedures: X-raysMRIsBreast Ultrasounds, etc. Not only does this website provide procedure descriptions, but also includes standard preparations for each exam, what you will experience, and more.

Radiologyinfo.org aims to be a reliable, credible resource for anyone that will be undergoing a procedure or simply is interested in learning more. All of the information on this website is reviewed by experts in the field of radiology from the ACR and RSNA, as well as other professional radiology organizations. Typically, the internet isn’t a reliable place and who’s to say if what you’re reading is accurate? Cue radiologyinfo.org.

What does this mean for BICRAD?

At BICRAD, we offer information on all of the procedures we offer on our website. You can glance through our pages, but if there is any information that you are searching for and cannot find, head over to our affiliate's website. We fully trust Radiologyinfo.org to provide qualified information for over 200 procedures. Becoming affiliated with this resourceful website simply enables peace of mind for us and our patients–you will always be able to access valuable and reliable information online. Check our Radiologyinfo.org website to begin your informative quest!