Ultrasound Scans

Mr Gregory Premetis is the lead Consultant for early pregnancy and gynaecology ultrasound at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals, Royal Free London Trust.

Throughout his training he showed special interest in integrating ultrasound scan into clinical gynaecological care focusing on one-stop clinics and ambulatory care.
After completing his specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology he undertook a two-year fellowship in early pregnancy and gynaecology ultrasound at University College London Hospitals under the direction of Mr Davor Jurkovic.


Mr Premetis is an expert in assessing women with early pregnancy complications such as pain and bleeding as well as in reassuring women who suffered ectopic pregnancies or miscarriages in the past. His longstanding experience gives him the expertise to diagnose miscarriages and to accurately identify even the unusual types of ectopic pregnancies and guide towards the best possible therapeutic approach.


Mr Premetis is highly skilled in endometriosis ultrasound scanning. He is part of the advanced endometriosis clinic in his NHS trust and is able not only to diagnose it on ultrasound scan but also to assess its severity, its precise location, the involvement of pelvic organs and guide decisions on optimal treatment options.


Mr Premetis is an expert in assessing the endometrium of both premenopausal and postmenopausal women and diagnose conditions which lead to irregular and abnormal bleeding such as endometrial polyps, endometrial hyperplasia or endometrial cancer.


Mr Premetis is highly skilled and experienced in assessing the ovarian parenchyma and discriminate between different types of ovarian cysts to guide treatment, if needed.


Mr Premetis is highly skilled in diagnosing and managing causes of pelvic pain and menstrual problems such as pelvic adhesions, uterine fibroids and adenomyosis.


Mr Premetis is proficient in the use of three-dimensional ultrasound scan for the diagnosis of congenital uterine anomalies, intrauterine adhesions and for the accurate localisation of intrauterine contraceptive devices.