Ultrasound is a painless and radiation-free diagnostic technology to image soft tissue organs and structures. It uses high-frequency sound waves and their echoes to create detailed images of soft tissue and other body parts.  Ultrasound is commonly used for evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and for guidance during procedures such as biopsies.  Most people are familiar with ultrasound being used to evaluate a fetus during pregnancy, evaluating for stones in a gallbladder or to evaluate the carotid arteries in patients with increased risk of stroke.

Diagnostic Imaging
Main Street
1230 E. Main Street, Mankato

At the Mankato Clinic we perform the following types of ultrasounds: