Advanced, affordable reproductive health care
Our Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology advocates for optimum women’s health. Women have unique, ever-changing health interests and needs throughout their lives. Sensitive to these special needs for all life’s stages, we deliver continuing and advanced reproductive healthcare through accessible, attainable, and affordable healthcare delivery systems. Our Ultrasound section fulfills the commitment to provide quality healthcare by giving the best imaging techniques needed by women across all stages of life.
Our medical staff comprise highly qualified clinical doctors, trained and educated to conduct patient health evaluation and supported by personnel with outstanding skills and a warm, caring approach in assisting patients. All are committed to serving and helping women attain good health.
Our ultrasound examination uses a wide range of the latest imaging technology, including 3D/4D scanning capability. All of our ultrasound scans are carried by the best sonologists in the country, in a facility accredited by the Philippine Society of Ultrasound in Ob-Gyne (PSUOG).
Services at a Glance
An ultrasound test is a diagnostic technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the organs and structures of the body. The test can be used to obtain views of a developing fetus, the heart, abdominal organs and blood vessels. Innovative probe technologies support thorough evaluations of even the most challenging patients.
Fetal ultrasound sonogram
Uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of a baby in the uterus. It can help your health care provider evaluate your baby's growth and development and determine how your pregnancy is progressing. It might also give you the chance to study your baby's profile months before delivery, including possible problems or diagnosis confirmation.
Ultrasonography in obstetric practice has evolved since introduced more than 40 years ago. Information provided by real-time helps clinicians:
- Detect pregnancy as early as 3 weeks after conception
- Confirm or revise gestational age with reasonable accuracy
- Diagnose multiple gestation in early pregnancy
- Accurately diagnose fetal death at any gestational age
- Assess fetal well-being
- Evaluate amniotic fluid volume, and
- Diagnose a broad variety of fetal malformations
Fetal ultrasound is often done during the first trimester to confirm and date the pregnancy and again during the second trimester — between 18 and 20 weeks — when anatomic details are visible. If your baby’s health needs to be monitored more closely, ultrasounds may be repeated throughout the pregnancy.
Ultrasound pelvic examination
It can help identify endometriosis, the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus as well as general endometrium thickness. This exam can help assess the number of measurable follicles and help monitor follicle development and monitoring. The gynecologic ultrasound enables the clinician to confirm findings of ovarian tumor, cancer, myoma, and infertility.
OB Ultrasound Section
4th Floor of CMC Bldg. 1
83723825 local 4423