Private Kidney, Urinary tract, and Bladder Scans

Ravenscroft Health offers private kidney, urinary tract, and bladder ultrasound scan for concerns like loin pain, blood in urine, and urinary symptoms.

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Our scans can help identify the causes of symptoms like pain in the lower back, blood in the urine, and a burning sensation during urination. They are also effective for evaluating issues such as frequent urination and urinary tract infections. Opting for a private scan ensures an accurate diagnosis and provides peace of mind for any kidney and urinary health concerns.

Combined imaging of abdominal and pelvic areas for a thorough examination of multiple organs.

Precise imaging to diagnose and evaluate the presence and severity of hernias.

Accurate assessment of kidney, bladder, and urinary tract health to detect stones, infections, and other issues.

Evaluation of pelvic organs to identify conditions such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids.

Comprehensive screening and diagnostic services for breast health, including ultrasound and clinical evaluations.

Detailed imaging of abdominal organs to diagnose and monitor conditions like liver disease and gallstones.

Why Choose Us?

  • No GP referral required.
  • Same day test results
  • High quality images
  • Same day test results
  • Recommendations and onward referrals to specialists and GP’s
  • Regulated by CQC

Private KUB ultrasound scan checks

  • Kidneys
  • Ureters
  • Bladder
  • Prostate
  • Lumps and Tumours
  • Obstructions and signs of infection
  • Kidney stones
  • Bladder stones
  • cysts
  • abscesses
  • fluid collection and infection within or around the kidneys


How much does Private Kidney, Urinary tract, and Bladder Scan cost?

£150 for duration of 30 minutes.

Why may I need a Kidney, Urinary tract and bladder Ultrasound scan?

Pain and discomfort in the kidney region, fever and chills, blood in the urine, and urine infection are the most common reason for having a kidney or urinary tract ultrasound diagnostic examination. 

KUB ultrasound scan checks for 

  • changes in the bladder wall.
  • changes in the kidney size or structure.
  • stones in the urinary tract.
  • reasons why you may have recurrent kidney infection.
  • cause of renal or pelvic pain.
What preparation is needed before my appointment?
  • You can eat or drink as usual.
  • You must drink at least one litre of water one hour before your appointment.
  • Please make sure your bladder is full when you attend your appointment.
  • If you are on medication, please take your medicines on time.
What happens during the appointment?

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment. 

The sonographer will gather relevant information regarding your concerns. They will explain the procedure to you. 

You will be asked to lie on the couch and to remove any clothing from your torso area.

You may also be asked to open your trousers to allow access to the bladder region. Some paper towels will be used to cover your clothing to protect it from the gel.

Ultrasound gel is placed onto the area being examined and a small handheld probe is placed over this gel, which helps to manoeuvre the probe across the torso.

You may be asked to breathe in and hold your breath a few times. You may also be required to turn onto your side so that we can get views from multiple angles.

If your bladder is being scanned, you might need to take some images with a full bladder, void, then have additional images taken with an empty bladder.

Once the scan is completed, you will be given tissue to wipe away the gel and you can put your clothes back on.

This examination is usually completed within 10-20 minutes. You should be able to resume your normal activities immediately.

When will I receive the results?

The clinician will explain the ultrasound findings at the time of your scan. Following your appointment, a complete digital report of your Ultrasound examination will be emailed to you directly with any recommended actions.

What are the risks of Kidney, Urinary tract and Bladder ultrasound scan?

There are no risks or side effects associated with the kidney and urinary tract private ultrasound scan. Ultrasound does not use any radiation, here are no confirmed adverse biological effects on patients or instrument operators caused by exposures to ultrasound at the intensity levels used in diagnostic ultrasound.



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