Book Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder (KUB) Ultrasound test at an affordable cost in Delhi areas from Ganesh Diagnostic & Imaging Centre.
USG KUB test is an ultrasonography (USG) or ultrasound of the lower abdomen which evaluates the condition of your kidneys, ureters, and urinary bladder (KUB). In the case of males, seminal vesicles and prostate glands are also encompassed in this test.
Suppose you exhibit symptoms such as frequent urination, unintended pee after coughing and sneezing, inability to delay the need to urinate, and straining while urinating. In that case, a KUB ultrasonogram will be performed.
This test is typically administered to detect alterations in kidney size, symptoms of kidney damage, blockages such as kidney stones and tumours, and structural abnormalities in the KUB region. This imaging technique is cost-effective, noninvasive, and exposes the patient to the most negligible radiation, making it safe for pregnant women.
The Sonography Technician will explain.
No preparation is needed. You should wear loose-fitting clothing.
No care is required.
The cost of an Ultrasonography for Kidney, Ureter and Bladder (USG KUB) Test in Delhi starts at INR 1500 and varies depending on the diagnostic centre.₹ 1500 750 Pay Now Limited Offer
|Test Type||KUB Ultrasound|
KUB Ultrasound (Ultrasounds)
Within 3-4 hours*
|Test Price:||₹1500 ₹ 750|
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You will need to drink a glass of water one hour before your scan. During this period, please do not empty your bladder. Generally, no prior preparation such as fasting or sedation is necessary.
Typically, the kub ultrasound will take about 20-30 minutes.
Yes, A full bladder is required and you will need to drink a glass of water 1 hour before your scan.
Yes, kub ultrasound can detect alterations in kidney size, symptoms of kidney damage, blockages such as kidney stones and tumors, and structural abnormalities in the KUB region.