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Why do we need you to have a full bladder for some ultrasounds? Posted 24/1/2018  If your doctor refers you for a pelvic or pregnancy ultrasound we will require you to have a full bladder. A full bladder allows us to get better pictures, so that our specialist can give an accurate report. Ultrasound has trouble seeing through bowel, and the full bladder moves the bowel out of the way, as well as allowing the ultrasound to see deeper structures.   If your bladder is not full enough, we may ask you to drink more water and wait, so that we can get the best images possible. Once your ultrasound is complete and the radiologist is happy with the images, you will be able to empty your bladder.  Have your next ultrasound with Clearview Medical Imaging, call                  to make an appointment. Our friendly customer service team are ready to take your call and will explain preparation required for a pelvic or pregnancy ultrasound. If you require another procedure that requires a preparation this will be explained during the booking process. Australia Day Posted 24/1/2018  The staff at Clearview Medical Imaging wish you and your family a happy Australia Day!  Please note that we will be closed on Friday 26th January, and will reopen on Monday 29th January as usual. General Practice talk on Imaging Guided Injections Posted 4/10/2018  We are holding a talk for General Practitioners on Imaging-Guided Steroid injections. These include injections for subacromial/subdeltoid bursits, knee osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis as well as lumbar spine injections.  The aim of the talk is to go through the evidence for these injections, as well as to identify which patients are most likely to benefit.   How the injections are performed, and what patients will experience will also be covered.   The talk is for Doctors only, and is not suitable for patients. Our opening hours over the christmas period are:  Monday		24 December	Closed Tuesday		25 December	Closed Wednesday	26 December	Closed Thursday	27 December	Open Friday		28 December	Open Saturday	29 December	Closed Sunday		30 December	Closed Monday		31 December	Open Tuesday		01 January		Closed Wednesday	02 January		Open Thursday	03 January		Open Friday		04 January		Open Australia Day Posted 21/1/2019  The staff at Clearview Medical Imaging wish you and your family a happy Australia Day!  Please note that we will be closed on Monday 28th January, and will reopen on Tuesday 29th January as usual.

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Why do we need you to have a full bladder for some ultrasounds? Posted 24/1/2018  If your doctor refers you for a pelvic or pregnancy ultrasound we will require you to have a full bladder. A full bladder allows us to get better pictures, so that our specialist can give an accurate report. Ultrasound has trouble seeing through bowel, and the full bladder moves the bowel out of the way, as well as allowing the ultrasound to see deeper structures.   If your bladder is not full enough, we may ask you to drink more water and wait, so that we can get the best images possible. Once your ultrasound is complete and the radiologist is happy with the images, you will be able to empty your bladder.  Have your next ultrasound with Clearview Medical Imaging, call                  to make an appointment. Our friendly customer service team are ready to take your call and will explain preparation required for a pelvic or pregnancy ultrasound. If you require another procedure that requires a preparation this will be explained during the booking process. Australia Day Posted 24/1/2018  The staff at Clearview Medical Imaging wish you and your family a happy Australia Day!  Please note that we will be closed on Friday 26th January, and will reopen on Monday 29th January as usual. General Practice talk on Imaging Guided Injections Posted 4/10/2018  We are holding a talk for General Practitioners on Imaging-Guided Steroid injections. These include injections for subacromial/subdeltoid bursits, knee osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis as well as lumbar spine injections.  The aim of the talk is to go through the evidence for these injections, as well as to identify which patients are most likely to benefit.   How the injections are performed, and what patients will experience will also be covered.   The talk is for Doctors only, and is not suitable for patients. Our opening hours over the christmas period are:  Monday		24 December	Closed Tuesday		25 December	Closed Wednesday	26 December	Closed Thursday	27 December	Open Friday		28 December	Open Saturday	29 December	Closed Sunday		30 December	Closed Monday		31 December	Open Tuesday		01 January		Closed Wednesday	02 January		Open Thursday	03 January		Open Friday		04 January		Open Australia Day Posted 21/1/2019  The staff at Clearview Medical Imaging wish you and your family a happy Australia Day!  Please note that we will be closed on Monday 28th January, and will reopen on Tuesday 29th January as usual.