Fluoroscopy makes it possible to see internal organs and fluids in motion. Through the use of x-ray to produce video images, physicians are able to view live images to observe the size, shape, and movement of the patient’s internal structures.

Because of its good temporal resolution, excellent bone-tissue contrast and real-time imaging, Fluoroscopy has many diagnostic uses that greatly improve the accuracy of incisions, injections and hardware placement while minimizing tissue trauma.

Prepare for your Flouroscopy appointment