Recognize What is Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy is an X-ray examination method to produce video-like sequel images. This method is used to observe the condition of body organs directly (real time). Similar to CT scans, fluoroscopy uses X-ray rays in capturing images. However, the difference is that the image produced by fluoroscopy only has one angle. The purpose of fluoroscopy is various. Among them is to determine the diagnosis of the disease, examine conditions before and after treatment therapy, or to support the implementation of operations relating to the gastrointestinal tract, heart, blood vessels, muscles, respiratory tract, bones, joints, lungs, and liver. Generally fluoroscopy is combined with contrast dyes, which are substances that are given to patients to produce clearer images and make it easier for doctors to distinguish an organ from the surrounding area. Contrast dyes can be given by injection into the patient, taken by the patient, or inserted into the patient's anus. Fluoroscopy Indications
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