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Women's Cancer Test

Comprehensive Guide to Women's Cancer Test Packages at London Private Ultrasound

Welcome to London Private Ultrasound, your premier destination for high-quality ultrasound services in central London. Located at 27 Welbeck Street, Welbeck Hospital, we are dedicated to providing you with the best care and detailed diagnostic information. For more information, visit our website at www.londonsono.com, call us at 02071013377, or email us at [email protected].

Understanding the Value of Women’s Cancer Test Packages

Our Women’s Cancer Test Packages are designed to provide comprehensive screening and early detection of various cancers that commonly affect women. These packages combine advanced ultrasound imaging, blood tests, and expert consultations to offer a thorough evaluation of your health. Early detection is crucial for successful treatment and management of cancer, and our packages aim to provide you with the best diagnostic tools available.

What is Included in the Women’s Cancer Test Packages?

Pelvic Ultrasound

A pelvic ultrasound examines the uterus, ovaries, and other pelvic organs. This test is essential for detecting:

  • Ovarian cancer
  • Uterine cancer
  • Cervical abnormalities
  • Endometrial cancer

Breast and Axillae Ultrasound

A breast and axillae ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images of the breast tissue and the axillary (underarm) area. This test is crucial for detecting:

  • Breast cancer
  • Lymph node abnormalities

Thyroid Ultrasound

A thyroid ultrasound evaluates the thyroid gland for nodules and other issues. This test is vital for detecting:

  • Thyroid cancer

Comprehensive Blood Tests

Comprehensive blood tests are conducted to evaluate various markers that can indicate the presence of cancer, including:

  • Complete blood count (CBC)
  • Tumor markers (such as CA-125, CA 15-3, CA 19-9)
  • Thyroid function tests
  • Liver function tests
  • Kidney function tests

Private GP Consultation

A private GP consultation provides a personalized review of your health status, including:

  • Discussion of test results
  • Health history review
  • Physical examination
  • Advice on lifestyle and diet
  • Personalized health plan

This consultation ensures that you receive comprehensive and tailored health advice.

Importance of Women’s Cancer Test Reports

The ultrasound and blood test report is a critical component of the diagnostic process. It provides detailed information about the findings from the scans and tests and helps guide further medical treatment and decisions. A comprehensive cancer test report includes:

  • Detailed descriptions of the organs and tissues examined
  • Measurements of organ size, structure, and function
  • Identification of abnormalities such as masses, cysts, or nodules
  • Assessment of blood markers for cancer
  • Recommendations for further tests or treatments if needed

Why Are These Reports Important?

Accurate and thorough reports ensure that your healthcare provider has all the necessary information to make informed decisions about your health. They can help:

  • Confirm or rule out cancer diagnoses
  • Monitor the progression of certain conditions
  • Plan appropriate medical treatments or interventions
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of previous treatments

At London Private Ultrasound, we pride ourselves on delivering detailed and precise reports to support your healthcare journey.

Key Terminology in Women’s Cancer Test Reports

Understanding the terminology used in women’s cancer test reports can help you better comprehend your results. Here are some key terms you might encounter:

  • Echogenicity: Refers to the ability of tissues to reflect ultrasound waves. Tissues can be hyperechoic (bright) or hypoechoic (dark).
  • Lesion: A general term for any abnormality seen on the scan.
  • Cyst: A fluid-filled sac that appears anechoic (dark) on ultrasound.
  • Mass: A solid or mixed (solid and cystic) abnormal growth.
  • Nodule: A small growth that can occur in organs like the thyroid and breast.
  • Tumor markers: Substances found in blood, urine, or tissues that can be elevated in cancer.

Why is Understanding This Terminology Important?

Familiarizing yourself with these terms can help you have more informed discussions with your healthcare provider and understand your health better.

Enhancing Readability and Structure of Women’s Cancer Test Reports

We understand that medical reports can sometimes be difficult to understand. To make them easier for you, we ensure that our cancer test reports are clear and well-organized. Here’s how we do it:

  • Headings and Subheadings: We use clear headings and subheadings to break down the information into sections. This makes it easier for you to find specific details.
  • Summary Section: At the beginning of the report, we provide a brief summary of the most important findings. This gives you a quick overview of the results.
  • Bullet Points: We use bullet points to list key findings and recommendations. This helps to highlight important information clearly and concisely.
  • Clear Descriptions: We describe the findings in simple, easy-to-understand language. We avoid medical jargon as much as possible, so you can understand your report without needing a medical degree.
  • Highlighting Significant Findings: We highlight significant findings by using bold or italic text. This draws your attention to the most important parts of the report.
  • Including Images: Where possible, we include images from the scan with labels and annotations. This helps you visualize the findings and understand the report better.

By following these practices, we aim to make our reports user-friendly and helpful for you and your healthcare provider.


London Private Ultrasound is committed to providing high-quality women’s cancer test packages to help you maintain and improve your health. With our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced staff, we ensure accurate and reliable diagnostic results. For appointments and enquiries, visit our website at www.londonsono.com, call us at 02071013377, or email us at [email protected].

Additional Information

If you have any questions about your cancer test or report, do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to provide you with the information and support you need for your health and well-being.