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Exploraciones de resonancia magnética


Conventional radiography is a test that consists of observing through X-rays bone densities, lung tissue, the digestive system, the heart, among other structures of the body.

Rx de Cráneo

A skull x-ray is a picture of the bones that surround the brain, including the facial bones, nose, and sinuses.

Rx de Columna

A lumbosacral spine X-ray is a picture of the small bones (vertebrae) in the lower spine. This area includes the lower back and the sacrum, the area that connects the spine to the pelvis.

Rx Urograma Excretor

Excretory urography, also known as intravenous pyelogram, is performed using conventional X-rays, following intravenous administration of radiographic contrast agents. This technique is still performed in pediatric patients and occasionally in younger patients.

Rx de Extremidades

X-rays use invisible electromagnetic energy to take pictures of the bones and the soft tissues around them. Regular x-rays are done for many reasons, including the diagnosis of tumors, infections, foreign bodies, or bone injuries.

Rx Esofagograma

It is the study of the upper gastrointestinal tract, which includes the pharynx and esophagus.

Enema Baritado

A barium enema is an x-ray exam that can detect changes or abnormalities in the large intestine (colon).

Rayos X
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