Fluoroscopy

What is Fluroscopy?

fluoroscopyFluoroscopy or fluoroscopic screening enables Radiologists to visualise moving live x-ray images (as they are happening) on a television monitor.

Fluoroscopy is a technique used to perform a variety of different x-ray procedures like Barium Swallow, Barium Meal, Barium Enema, HSG (Hysterosalpingography), etc.

The radiologist uses the live x-ray images displayed on the monitor to study the inner body structures and administered contrast material dynamically, for example the passage of the ingested Barium solution through the esophagus into the stomach and the intestines.

In HSG, iodinated contrast material is injected through the cervix and fluoroscopically visualised, commonly used to assess the patency of the Fallopian tubes in investigations of the cause of infertility.

It is available at our Hawthorn and St Albans branches

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Map of FMIG St Albans

 

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Footscray

68/82 Hopkins St,
Footscray VIC 3011

(03) 9283 8500

St Albans

101 Main Road West,
St Albans VIC 3021

(03) 8312 7200

Moonee Ponds

347 Ascot Vale Rd,
 Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

(03) 9348 3500

Hawthorn

109 Burwood Rd,
 Hawthorn VIC 3122

(03) 9818 9400

Sunshine

Shop 1-8 Sunshine Plaza, 324-328 Hampshire Road, Sunshine VIC 3020

(03) 9356 5000

Hoppers Crossing

471 Sayers Road, Hoppers Crossing, VIC 3029

(03) 8015 2500