GENERAL RADIOLOGY/ X-RAY
WHAT IS IT
The X-ray study is about exposing a limited body area to a small dose of radiation so that pictures of the inside can be seen.
They mark a fast and painless way of ‘seeing’ broken bones, stones, foreign objects and infections.
TELL ME HOW
No preparation is necessary. Ladies who are pregnant or possibly pregnant must inform us before taking such tests.
After changing to the X-ray gown and removing all metallic objects, you will be positioned and asked to hold still briefly for the study.
Your report arrives at your doctor’s office as soon as possible, comprising a hardcopy report as well as a CD of your images in softcopy.