What is X-Ray ?

X-ray is done to evaluate broken bones, the digestive tract and the thoracic cavity, including the heart and lungs.

At Long Life Speciality Clinic, we offer digital X-ray facilities that are environment-friendly and accredited by the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB). Digital X-rays are safer in comparison to traditional X-rays as they lower the amount of radiation that the patient is exposed to and even makes it simpler and easier to transfer and share images. They can be used for routine X-rays as well as in specialised imaging studies like IVP (Intravenous Pyelogram).

Why is an X-ray done?

Your doctor might suggest an X-ray for :

1. Examining the area where you are experiencing discomfort or pain

2. Monitoring the progression of a disease that has already been diagnosed, like osteoporosis

3. Checking the effectiveness and outcome of a treatment.

Conditions that may need an X-ray are as follows :

1. Breast tumours

2. Blocked blood vessels

3. Bone cancer

4. Enlarged heart

5. Fractures

6. Osteoporosis

7. Infections

8. Tooth decay

9. Arthritis

10. The need to retrieve swallowed objects

X-ray tests done at Long Life Speciality Clinic :

1. Abdomen

2. Chest

3. Adenoids

4. Joints

5. Kidney

6. PNS

7. Spine AP / Lateral

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