X-rays (X-ray studies)


One of the X-ray methods for diagnosing diseases of the urinary system is pyelography (pyeloureterography, ureteropyelography), in which the study of the kidneys and ureters is carried out using special contrast agents.

Tailbone x-ray

Coccyx X-ray is an informative diagnostic method that helps to identify many osteoarticular pathologies in the corresponding area of the spinal column.

X-ray of the lumbosacral spine

For doctors in traumatology, vertebrology and orthopedics, an X-ray of the lumbosacral spine allows them to diagnose its anatomical abnormalities, injuries and diseases, and then to treat them.

X-ray of the wrist joint for a child and an adult

Because X-rays provide an image of the dense structure of bones, X-rays of any joints, including those of the wrist, are the classic method for the initial diagnosis of joint injuries and diseases.

X-ray of the sacroiliac joints

X-ray of the ilio-sacral (ileosacral) joints visualizes the most important anatomical structures of the musculoskeletal system: paired sacroiliac joints that connect the articular surfaces of the sacrum (os sacrum) and the iliac bones (os ilium) entering the pelvic ring.

X-rays of fingers: indications, how they do

X-rays or X-rays of the fingers - obtaining a fixed black-and-white image of their bones and soft tissues - is a method of radiation diagnostics commonly used in clinical traumatology, orthopedics and surgery.

X-ray of the jaw for adults and children

X-ray in medicine is a method of studying the anatomical structures of the body to obtain their projection using x-rays on paper or film, which does not require penetration.

X-ray of the hand

X-ray examination is considered a fairly common diagnostic method, which is used to determine the condition of the musculoskeletal system, detect violations, injuries and diseases.


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