Radiography examination uses X-rays to produce images of bones and internal organs like lungs and kidneys. Usually, it is the first basic exam used to screen for medical conditions, before doing more specialized examinations.
Conventional radiography is used to diagnose lesions, calcifications or fractures, osteoporosis and arthritis. Images of every bone, spine, skull, nose and abdomen are easily produced with X-rays.
X-ray examinations are provided by the Medical Imaging Department.
How to access our services?
- You do not need an appointment for a conventional X-ray exam, but you do need a physician’s referral.
- You may report to the admission desk anytime between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm, Monday to Friday.