Abdominal and pelvic ultrasound with specialist consultation

The aim of abdominal and pelvic ultrasound is to examine the abdominal cavity and pelvic organs - such as the liver, gall bladder, spleen and kidneys, the uterus and ovaries in women and the prostate in men. The ultrasound scan can also be used to examine the larger veins in the abdominal cavity and the lymph nodes adjacent to the main abdominal artery. Ultrasound is often considered as part of a gastroenterological check-up because it is risk-free but can also provide an accurate picture of certain organs in the abdomen and pelvis. The ultrasound scan can detect certain organ abnormalities, biliary and renal cysts, abdominal cysts, abscesses, certain inflammatory diseases and benign and malignant tumours. In the case of gastrointestinal complaints, abdominal ultrasound is not a complete diagnostic method and organ abnormalities must be confirmed by further instrumental investigations, such as gastroscopy or colonoscopy.

Presentation of the study

The test is performed by first lying on your back on the examination bed and then exposing the parts to be examined. To spread the ultrasound waves, the patient's abdomen can be lubricated with a gel. To perform the examination, our doctor moves the ultrasound machine's probe head on the patient's abdomen, which does not cause any pain. The image produced by the machine is immediately visible on the screen, allowing your doctor to measure the size of each organ and save still images of the scan. The ultrasound scan is complemented by a consultation with a specialist gastroenterologist.

What to know about the test

An ultrasound scan can only be done on an empty stomach, so you should not eat, smoke or chew gum, or drink any liquids other than still water for 5-6 hours before the scan. For pelvic examinations, it is important that both men and women arrive with a full bladder, but do not drink any liquids for half an hour before the examination.

Settlement also to a health fund account

The fee for the examination can of course also be charged to your health insurance account - our colleagues will be happy to provide you with more details. Visit Find a list of health insurance providers affiliated with Endomedix here. For more details, please call us on +36 1 413 2500 or contact us online

Related studies

If you have unclear stomach and abdominal complaints, we strongly recommend that you consult one of our specialist gastroenterologists gastroenterology consultation for the purposes of. Endomedix is the leading private provider of gastroenterology in the country, and our centres are located in many parts of the country.

Abdominal and pelvic ultrasound with specialist consultationavailable at the following centres

Our doctors who carry out this test

Dr. Valéria Sipos

Specialist in intestinal diseases, gastroenterology, plant medicine - Endomedix Budapest

58,000 Ft

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Dr. Mariann Vadnai PhD

Gastroenterologist, Endomedix Budapest

58,000 Ft

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Book an appointment with us!

You can make appointments at our centres in Budapest, Debrecen, Dombóvár, Miskolc, Szolnok and Veszprém on working days, Monday to Friday between 09:00-17:00 by calling (1) 413-2500 or online - some examinations can be booked by appointment! For our centres in Győr, Gyula, Siófok and Mohács, you can make an appointment by phone with your local colleague. Too complicated? See phone book or request a call back!

Online booking

Settlement also to a health fund account

The fee for the examination can of course also be charged to your health insurance account - our colleagues will be happy to provide you with more details. Visit You can find a list of health insurance providers affiliated with Endomedix here.

For more details, please contact us (+36 1 413 2500) or contact us online.