X-ray is imaging that produces pictures of soft tissue, bones or organs. The part of the body that is receiving the X-ray is exposed to a small dose of radiation which generates images of the body part at multiple angles. X-ray is used to examine the chest, abdomen, upper and lower extremities.


Fluoroscopy is an X-ray and uses a small dose of radiation to generate multiple images. Fluoroscopy provides detailed images of the upper and lower areas of the body while in movement. These areas include respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. 

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X-rays are available at these locations: