Diagnostic X-ray Exams (Fluoroscopy)
Diagnostic X-ray exams use electromagnetic radiation to take pictures of your bones and internal organs. An X-ray is a fast, painless test that can help your doctor diagnose a wide range of conditions, ranging from broken bones to pneumonia, cancer, and more.
There are many different types of X-rays. What type your doctor uses will depend on what part of your body needs to be examined and why.
If you are pregnant or think you might be, please tell your doctor or the technologist before having an X-ray.
Instructions For Your Diagnostic X-ray Exam:
Locate your specific exam in the list of links below. Be sure to read and carefully follow all instructions.
If you do not see your exam on this list and have questions, please feel free to call (304) 598-1280
and ask to speak with a tech.
- Reminder – If you have questions or concerns before, during, or after your procedure, call us at (304) 598-1280, or ask your nurse or technologist. We need your input, questions, and concerns to provide you with the best care, so don’t hesitate to ask us anything