If you want to take a good care of yourself, you should not only eat properly and get plenty of exercise, but also remember to monitor your health. In our clinic you can both perform procedures in the field of aesthetic medicine, as well as run diagnostic imaging tests to detect possible health problems. These tests are painless, non-invasive and quick to perform.

We offer the following imaging tests:

  • Breast ultrasound (USG) – a scan that uses ultrasound to check the condition of the mammary glands and verify whether breasts are in good health. It is non-invasive and takes on average up to 15 minutes. It should be performed regularly, every 12 months, remembering about self-examination of breasts at home. USG is carried out preventively and each time when a tumour or other abnormality has been detected. It is a very important examination, because it allows to detect cancer at an early stage and take appropriate measures to inhibit its development. Breast ultrasound requires no prior preparation. It is carried out in a lying position. You will not feel any pain while it is done. The first scan should be carried out between the ages of 20 and 30.
  • Thyroid ultrasound – is carried out for diagnostic purposes and helps to detect problems with the functioning of this gland. These days thyroid conditions have been affecting more and more people. The ultrasound scan that we offer is performed with the use of an ultrasound machine, which allows for a precise assessment of the size and condition of the thyroid gland, as well as defining its structure. Thyroid ultrasound is painless. It is a non-invasive and completely safe examination. The doctor will spread gel on your neck, in the area where the thyroid gland is located, and then apply the head of the ultrasound apparatus. It is important take regular scans, as early detection of a malignant thyroid tumour significantly increases the chances for a complete cure.
  • Abdominal wall ultrasound – a scan which checks the condition of the skin structure, muscles, fascia, peritoneum and ligaments. Abdominal ultrasonography helps to detect enlarged lymph nodes, adipomas, cysts, fibromas or abscesses. An indication for such an examination includes a suspicion of hernia. Women who are pregnant and are concerned about the widening of their white line (linea alba) should also take this scan. Abdominal wall ultrasound is also used to assess post-operative scars or before liposuction. There is no need to prepare for a USG However, it is recommended that you avoid high-calorie meals before taking it. Remember to take results of previous scans with you, as they may prove very useful to the person carrying out the ultrasound scan.

Breast ultrasound

A breast ultrasound is a non-invasive scan that usually takes no longer than a few minutes. It uses ultrasound to determine the condition of the mammary glands. The scan can be performed at any time during your menstrual cycle. Breast ultrasound is very important because it can detect breast cancer at an early stage and therefore enable timely and effective treatment. Mammography is also a breast examination, except that it uses X-rays rather than ultrasound.

When should I make a breast ultrasound?

Currently, there are no clear guidelines on exactly when to do a breast ultrasound and how often to have one. Nevertheless, many doctors agree that the first examination should be done between the ages of 20 and 30 and repeated every 12 months. Regular breast self-examination is also extremely important. If you detect any suspicious changes, make an appointment with a doctor who performs breast scans or a doctor who will issue a referral for such an examination. It is important to remember that breasts have a lumpy structure, which means that you can feel some lumps in them. These can be confusing and cause anxiety, especially if you are inexperienced in carrying out breast self-examinations.

Many women wonder if it is possible to have a breast ultrasound while being pregnant or breastfeeding. Until recently it has been suggested that it is unnecessary, but the latest guidelines of scientific societies, namely the Polish Society of Oncological Surgery and the Polish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics indicate otherwise. According to specialists’ guidelines, breast ultrasound should be performed in the first trimester in pregnant women who are older than 35. It is also worth considering in younger women (first or second trimester). A breast ultrasound, regardless of the duration of pregnancy, is necessary if you detect a lump, swelling or redness.

In most cases, breast ultrasound is carried out in women, although men can also have it. The indication for men includes gynaecomastia, i.e. hypertrophy of the mammary gland or the presence of a breast tumour.

How do I prepare for a breast scan?

Breast ultrasound does not require any special preparation. If you’ve had a breast scan before, please take your previous results with you, as this will give your doctor a better idea of your breast condition.

Some women may find breast scan somewhat embarrassing as you are required to undress from the waist up. However, it is worth overcoming your fear and having regular check-ups to make sure you’re in good health.

Breast ultrasound is non-invasive and does not cause any pain. It is usually performed while the patient lies on her back and takes an average of 15 minutes. During the the exam the doctor will scan both breasts, as well as your armpit lymph nodes. If no abnormalities are detected, the doctor will only tell you when you should come in for your next appointment. Otherwise, the next step is to take a tissue sample, i.e. to perform a biopsy. Its results will determine further measures to be taken.

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Breast ultrasound

65 €

75 €



85 €


Abdominal Wall Ultrasound

50 €


Thyroid Ultrasound

65 €