A radiograph is a picture made by using x-rays. It makes the hard parts of your body (such as bone) fractures and certain other abnormalities visible and can be fixed. An x-ray study is performed after referral by a physician.
If you are pregnant or think you are, please contact the doctor who requested the investigation beforehand. During pregnancy we prefer not to do radiographs.
The radiology nurse nurse carries out the examination. To be able to assess the radiographs properly, it is necessary that the nurse puts you in various poses. After the photographs are made, you will be asked to wait in the waiting room. If the radiographs are good, you will be informed that the examination is finalized and you can go home again.
The results of the research will be sent within 24 hours to the physician who requested the investigation. Your doctor will give you more information.