Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TTE)

A transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) is a diagnostic procedure used to asses the condition and function of the heart using high frequency waves. This is done in a hospital setting where images of your heart are recorded by introducing an ultrasound transducer into the esophagus.


An ultrasound is a simple diagnostic study used to assess structures within your body. It is a valuable tool to help diagnose a variety of diseases and conditions. Ultrasound technology using high frequency waves and transforms them into images that can be seen on a computer screen.

Venous Doppler Ultrasound

A venous Doppler study is a noninvasive study used to measure the direction of blood flow through a vein using high frequency waves. This study is useful in detecting any abnormalities which may present within a vein.

Venous Reflux Study

A venous reflux study is a noninvasive study used to assess venous insufficiency.