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Fluoroscopy & Diagnostic X-ray

What is Fluoroscopy & Diagnostic X-ray?

Fluoroscopy is a diagnostic tool used to look inside your body and help diagnose a problem. The Radiologist uses a special camera called a fluoroscope to look at different areas of your body such as the GI tract.

X-rays are special pictures of body parts that help the Radiologist see if there are problems. Plain x-rays are used to look for bone fractures and other abnormalities.

Prep

Myelography

Nothing by mouth after midnight the night before the exam. Please bring your spine x-rays with you.

Upper gastro intestinal exam (UGI)

Nothing by mouth after midnight the night before the exam.

Small bowel exam

Nothing by mouth after midnight the night before the exam.

Barium enema (BE)

Nothing by mouth after midnight the night before the exam. Also, stop by Baylor Surgical Hospital at Fort Worth to receive the prep the day prior to the exam.

Intervenous pyelogram (IVP)

Nothing by mouth after midnight the night before the exam. All other x-ray exams do not need a prep, unless you are informed upon scheduling for your exam.

Address and Contact Information

1800 Park Place Avenue

Fort Worth, TX 76110

Phone: (682) 703-5600

Fax: (817) 334-5093

Hours of Operation:

24 hours a day

7 days a week

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