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Diagnostic Imaging - Ultrasound

Preferred Family Medicine Ultrasound Services

High-Quality, Affordable Ultrasound Imaging in Reno, NV

Welcome to Preferred Family Medicine, where cutting-edge ultrasound technology meets compassionate care right in the heart of Reno, Nevada. Our state-of-the-art facility at 9120 Double Diamond Pkwy is equipped to provide a wide range of ultrasound services tailored to meet your specific health needs.


Why Choose Preferred Family Medicine?

At Preferred Family Medicine, we understand the importance of accurate diagnostics in healthcare. Our dedicated team, including a highly experienced ultrasound technician and a board-certified radiologist, ensures that each patient receives the highest standard of care in a friendly and professional environment.

Our Promise to You:

  • Expert Care: Our ultrasound technician is not only vastly experienced but also known for their friendly and professional approach, ensuring a comfortable and reassuring experience.
  • Professional Oversight: Every scan is meticulously reviewed by our board-certified radiologist, guaranteeing the utmost accuracy in diagnostics.
  • Transparent Pricing: We believe in clear, upfront pricing, offering our ultrasound services on a self-pay/cash-pay basis to provide significant savings compared to traditional insurance-based billing.

Our Ultrasound Services

We offer a comprehensive array of ultrasound services designed to provide you with the clarity and peace of mind you deserve. Below are some of our most commonly requested ultrasounds, along with their respective cash-pay prices:

  • US Thyroid/Soft Tissue Neck: $250 - Ideal for assessing thyroid size, nodules, and other neck soft tissue concerns.
  • US Abdomen, Complete: $300 - A thorough examination of abdominal organs, including the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen.
  • US Carotid Artery: $300 - Essential for evaluating the risk of stroke by examining the carotid arteries for any blockages or narrowing.
  • US Leg Veins (Venous): $225 (unilateral), $300 (bilateral) - Designed to detect blood clots and evaluate venous insufficiency in the legs.
  • US Renal (Kidney): $250 - Provides detailed images of the kidneys and surrounding structures for assessing kidney health.
  • US Arterial (Arms or Legs): $250 (unilateral), $325 (bilateral) - Helps in detecting arterial blockages and assessing blood flow.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

Ready to take charge of your health with our expert ultrasound services? Scheduling your appointment is easy:

  • Call Us: Reach out to our friendly staff at 775-204-0150 for immediate assistance.
  • Email Us: Prefer to communicate via email? Send us your inquiries at imaging@nvpfm.com, and we'll get back to you promptly.
  • Book Online: https://app.elationemr.com/book/PFM/ultrasound

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Preferred Family Medicine 9120 Double Diamond Pkwy Reno, NV 89521


Your Health, Our Priority

At Preferred Family Medicine, we're committed to providing you with the best possible care, tailored to your unique health needs. Our experienced team, transparent pricing, and state-of-the-art technology make us the preferred choice for ultrasound services in Reno, NV.

Don’t wait for peace of mind. Schedule your ultrasound today and experience the Preferred Family Medicine difference.


 

Self-Pay / Cash-Pay Ultrasound

As a direct care provider in Reno, NV, we do not bill insurance. Rather, we bypass the middleman and pass the savings to you, the savvy medical consumer.
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Thyroid / Neck Masses

A thyroid ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging technique used to examine the thyroid gland, located in the neck. It helps in evaluating the size, shape, and texture of the thyroid gland and identifying any abnormalities such as nodules, cysts, or inflammation. This imaging study is often utilized to:

Detect Thyroid Nodules: Identify the presence of nodules (lumps) within the thyroid gland, which may be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).

Assess Thyroid Function: Aid in the evaluation of thyroid function by assessing the gland's size and structure, which can be affected by conditions like hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

Guide Biopsy Procedures: Assist in guiding fine-needle aspiration biopsy procedures to collect tissue samples from suspicious nodules for further evaluation and diagnosis.

Monitor Thyroid Health: Monitor the progression or regression of thyroid nodules or other thyroid conditions over time through periodic ultrasound examinations.

By providing detailed images of the thyroid gland, a thyroid ultrasound helps healthcare professionals make informed decisions regarding diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of thyroid disorders

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Leg Vein Ultrasound

A lower extremity vein ultrasound, also known as a lower limb venous ultrasound, is a diagnostic imaging test used to evaluate the veins in the legs. This imaging study helps in:

Detecting Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): Identify the presence of blood clots (thrombi) within the deep veins of the legs, a condition known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). DVT can lead to serious complications if a clot breaks loose and travels to the lungs, causing a pulmonary embolism.

Assessing Venous Insufficiency: Evaluate the function of the veins and assess for signs of venous insufficiency, a condition where the veins fail to efficiently return blood to the heart. Venous insufficiency can lead to symptoms such as leg swelling, varicose veins, and skin changes.

Examining Vein Anatomy: Provide detailed imaging of the veins in the lower extremities to assess their anatomy, including the presence of varicose veins, venous malformations, or venous thrombosis.

Guiding Treatment Decisions: Assist healthcare professionals in determining appropriate treatment strategies for conditions such as DVT or venous insufficiency, including anticoagulant therapy, compression therapy, or minimally invasive procedures such as vein ablation or thrombolysis.

Monitoring Disease Progression: Monitor the progression or regression of venous conditions over time through follow-up ultrasound examinations, guiding adjustments to treatment plans as needed.

Lower extremity vein ultrasound plays a crucial role in diagnosing and managing venous disorders, helping to prevent complications and improve overall vascular health.

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Abdominal Ultrasound

An abdominal ultrasound is a safe and non-invasive imaging procedure used to examine the organs and structures within the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, spleen, and abdominal aorta. This imaging study helps in:

Assessing Organ Health: Evaluate the size, shape, and texture of abdominal organs to detect any abnormalities such as masses, cysts, or inflammation.

Detecting Gallbladder and Biliary Tract Issues: Identify gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder (cholecystitis), or blockages in the biliary tract that may cause symptoms like abdominal pain or jaundice.

Evaluating Liver Health: Assess liver size, texture, and blood flow to detect conditions such as fatty liver disease, liver tumors, or liver cirrhosis.

Examining the Pancreas: Detect abnormalities in the pancreas, such as pancreatic cysts, tumors, or inflammation (pancreatitis), which can cause digestive issues and abdominal pain.

Checking Kidney Function: Evaluate the size, shape, and position of the kidneys, as well as detect kidney stones, cysts, or tumors that may affect kidney function or cause urinary problems.

Identifying Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Detect the presence of an abdominal aortic aneurysm, a potentially life-threatening condition characterized by a bulge or enlargement of the abdominal aorta.

Abdominal ultrasound provides valuable information to healthcare professionals for diagnosing various abdominal conditions, guiding treatment decisions, and monitoring the effectiveness of interventions.

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Carotid Artery Ultrasound

A carotid ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging test used to assess the carotid arteries, which are located in the neck and supply blood to the brain. This imaging study helps in:

Detecting Atherosclerosis: Identify the presence of atherosclerosis, a condition characterized by the buildup of plaque (fatty deposits) within the carotid arteries. These plaques can narrow the arteries, reducing blood flow to the brain and increasing the risk of stroke.

Assessing Blood Flow: Evaluate the speed and direction of blood flow within the carotid arteries to detect any abnormalities, such as narrowing (stenosis) or blockages, which may impair blood flow to the brain.

Detecting Blood Clots: Identify the presence of blood clots (thrombi) within the carotid arteries, which can potentially break loose and travel to the brain, causing a stroke.

Assessing Stroke Risk: Help determine an individual's risk of stroke by assessing the degree of carotid artery narrowing and the presence of other risk factors, such as hypertension, diabetes, or smoking.

Guiding Treatment Decisions: Provide valuable information to healthcare professionals for guiding treatment decisions, such as the need for medication, lifestyle modifications, or surgical interventions (e.g., carotid endarterectomy) to reduce the risk of stroke.

Carotid ultrasound plays a crucial role in the early detection and management of carotid artery disease, helping to prevent potentially life-threatening complications such as stroke.

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Pelvic Ultrasound

A pelvic ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging test used to examine the organs and structures within the pelvis. This imaging study helps in:

Assessing Reproductive Organs: Evaluate the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes in females or the prostate gland in males for abnormalities such as cysts, tumors, or structural issues.

Diagnosing Gynecological Conditions: Detect conditions affecting the female reproductive system, including ovarian cysts, fibroids (benign tumors), endometriosis, and abnormalities of the uterine lining (endometrium).

Evaluating Pregnancy: Monitor the development and health of the fetus during pregnancy, including assessing fetal size, position, and movement, as well as detecting potential complications such as ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage.

Investigating Pelvic Pain: Help identify the underlying causes of pelvic pain or discomfort by examining the pelvic organs and surrounding structures for abnormalities, inflammation, or signs of infection.

Assessing Urinary Tract: Evaluate the bladder and surrounding structures for abnormalities such as bladder stones, tumors, or urinary retention.

Guiding Procedures: Assist in guiding minimally invasive procedures such as biopsies, cyst aspirations, or the placement of intrauterine devices (IUDs) by providing real-time imaging of pelvic anatomy.

Pelvic ultrasound is a valuable diagnostic tool for assessing reproductive health, diagnosing gynecological conditions, monitoring pregnancy, and investigating pelvic pain or urinary tract issues.

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Kidney Ultrasound

A kidney ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging test used to assess the size, shape, and position of the kidneys. This imaging study helps in:

Detecting Kidney Abnormalities: Identify abnormalities such as cysts, tumors, kidney stones, or structural anomalies within the kidneys.

Assessing Kidney Size and Function: Evaluate the size, shape, and symmetry of the kidneys to detect any signs of enlargement (hypertrophy) or shrinkage (atrophy). Kidney size can provide insights into overall kidney function.

Detecting Urinary Obstructions: Identify blockages or obstructions within the urinary tract, such as kidney stones or ureteral strictures, which can impair urine flow and lead to kidney damage or infection.

Evaluating Blood Flow: Assess blood flow to the kidneys and detect any abnormalities in the renal arteries or veins, which may indicate conditions such as renal artery stenosis or thrombosis.

Guiding Biopsy Procedures: Assist in guiding percutaneous kidney biopsy procedures to obtain tissue samples for further evaluation and diagnosis in cases of suspected kidney disease or dysfunction.

Kidney ultrasound is a valuable diagnostic tool for evaluating kidney health, diagnosing various renal conditions, and guiding treatment decisions to optimize kidney function and overall well-being.

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Testicular / Scrotal Ultrasound

A testicular ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging test used to evaluate the testicles and surrounding structures. This imaging study helps in:

Detecting Testicular Abnormalities: Identify abnormalities within the testicles, such as tumors (benign or malignant), cysts, inflammation (orchitis), or trauma-related injuries.

Assessing Testicular Blood Flow: Evaluate blood flow within the testicular arteries and veins to detect any abnormalities that may indicate conditions such as testicular torsion or varicocele (enlarged veins within the scrotum).

Diagnosing Infertility: Assess the size, shape, and structure of the testicles and detect any factors that may contribute to male infertility, such as abnormalities in testicular development, obstruction of the spermatic cord, or the presence of varicoceles.

Detecting Torsion: Aid in the diagnosis of testicular torsion, a medical emergency characterized by the twisting of the spermatic cord, which can lead to reduced blood flow to the testicle and tissue damage if not promptly treated.

Guiding Biopsy Procedures: Assist in guiding testicular biopsy procedures to obtain tissue samples for further evaluation and diagnosis in cases of suspected testicular cancer or infertility issues.

Testicular ultrasound is a valuable diagnostic tool for assessing testicular health, diagnosing abnormalities, and guiding treatment decisions to optimize reproductive function and overall well-being.

 

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Vascular / Artery Ultrasound

A vascular ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging technique used to evaluate the blood vessels throughout the body. This imaging study helps in:

Assessing Blood Flow: Evaluate the speed, direction, and characteristics of blood flow within the arteries and veins, helping to detect abnormalities such as blockages, narrowing (stenosis), or dilations (aneurysms).

Detecting Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): Identify signs of peripheral arterial disease, a condition characterized by narrowing or blockages in the arteries supplying blood to the limbs, typically the legs. Symptoms of PAD include leg pain, cramping, and numbness.

Diagnosing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): Detect the presence of blood clots (thrombi) within the deep veins of the legs or arms, a condition known as deep vein thrombosis. DVT can lead to serious complications if left untreated, such as pulmonary embolism.

Assessing Carotid Arteries: Evaluate the carotid arteries in the neck to detect plaque buildup (atherosclerosis) or other abnormalities that may increase the risk of stroke.

Guiding Vascular Interventions: Assist in guiding vascular interventions such as angioplasty, stent placement, or thrombolysis by providing real-time imaging of blood flow and vessel anatomy.

Monitoring Vascular Health: Monitor the progression or regression of vascular conditions over time through follow-up ultrasound examinations, guiding adjustments to treatment plans as needed.

Vascular ultrasound plays a crucial role in diagnosing vascular diseases, assessing blood flow, and guiding treatment decisions to optimize vascular health and reduce the risk of complications.

 

PRICING

*Contact us to confirm pricing as it is subject to change.

Payment is due at the time of service, in full. We accept all major credit cards and cash. No refunds. We do not bill insurance. Medicare patients must agree to not submit any invoices to Medicare.

 

CPT Code Description Price*

76536

Ultrasound Thyroid/Soft Tissue Neck $ 250.00
76604 Ultrasound Chest $ 225.00
76645 Ultrasound Breast, Unilateral or Bilateral $ 250.00
76700 Ultrasound Abdomen, Complete $ 300.00
76705 Ultrasound Abdomen, Single Organ/Quadrant (gallbladder), RUQ $ 250.00
76775 Ultrasound Retroperitoneum, Complete (Renal/Aorta) $ 200.00
76801 Ultrasound Pregnant Uterus < 14 Weeks $ 250.00
76805 Ultrasound Pregnant Uterus > 14 Weeks $ 325.00
76811 Ultrasound Pregnant Uterus, Complete $ 325.00
76815 Ultrasound Pregnancy, Limited $ 225.00
76817 Ultrasound Pregnant Uterus Trans-Vaginal $ 250.00
76819 Ultrasound Fetal Biophysical Profile w/o Stress $ 225.00
76856 Ultrasound Pelvis Only, Complete/Non-OB $ 275.00
76857 Ultrasound Pelvis, Limited $ 250.00
76870 Ultrasound Scrotum $ 275.00
76880 Ultrasound Extremity, No-Vascular $ 250.00
93880 Ultrasound Carotid, Bilateral $ 300.00
93882 Ultrasound Carotid, Unilateral/Limited $ 225.00
93925 Duplex Ultrasound Arterial/Graft, Lower Extremity, Bilateral $ 325.00
93926 Duplex Ultrasound Arterial/Graft, Lower Extremity, Unilateral/ $ 250.00
93930 Duplex Ultrasound Arterial/Graft, Upper Extremity, Bilateral $ 325.00
93931 Duplex Ultrasound Arterial/Graft, Upper Extremity, Unilateral/ $ 250.00
93970 Duplex Ultrasound Venous, Extremity (upper or lower), Bilateral $ 225.00
93971 Duplex Ultrasound Venous, Extremity (upper or lower), Unilateral $ 200.00
93975 Duplex, Ultrasound Testis & Epididymis, Complete Abd & Pelvic $ 300.00
93976 Duplex, Ultrasound Testis & Epididymis, Complete Abd & Pelvic $ 250.00
93978 Ultrasound Duplex, Aorta, IVC, Iliac, Graft, Complete $ 300.00
93979 Ultrasound  Duplex, Aorta, IVC, Iliac, Graft, Limited $ 250.00
93990 Ultrasound  Extremity Hemodialysis Access $ 300.00
93990 Biateral renal ultrasound $ 275.00
Comprehensive Vascular Screening: Arteries Carotids, Renals, Aorta, Bilateral Lower Extremities $ 1,100.00
Basic Health Screen: Thyroid, Abdomen/Pelvis, Aorta $ 850.00
Comprehensive Health Screen: Thyroid, Carotids, Aorta, Renal Arteries, Abdom/Pelvic Lower Extremity Arterial $ 1,600.00

 

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