An X-ray is performed using a device that emits X-rays from a tube directed at the part of the body to be analyzed. A sensor receives the images and then transmits them digitally to the doctor’s diagnostic console for analysis.
- Radiography of adults and children
- Lung and thoracic imaging
- Skull imaging
- Osteoarticular imaging
- Spine imaging
- Digestive imaging
- Abdomen without preparation
It is extremely important to inform the medical team to adapt the examination:
- If you are pregnant or likely to be pregnant.
Other than pregnancy, there are no other known contraindications to having an X-ray.
If you have an Injections or biopsies and if you are on anticoagulant therapy, please inform our receptionists and our medical staff when making the appointment.
- Please allow approximately 30 minutes.
- The examination form signed by the prescribing physician
- Your health insurance card or, in case of an accident, the claim number
- Your previous medical images
- Our medical staff will accompany you throughout your visit to our centers.
- They will tell you what posture to adopt for optimal image capture. During the examination, you will be asked not to move. This examination is not painful.
- At the end of the examination, your x-rays will be given to you and your results sent to the prescribing physician.
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