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Radiography

Radiography is a research method based on obtaining a fixed X-ray image on a certain carrier. X-ray film is most often used in this role, however, the newest digital device installed in our clinic can also record images on paper or on the display screen.

Research categories

X-ray of the head
X-ray of the bones of the sacral sinuses in one projection
X-ray of the bones of the sacral sinuses in two projections
X-ray of the skull in one projection
X-ray of the skull in two projections
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X-ray of the spine
X-ray of the cervical spine in one projection
X-ray of the cervical spine in two projections
X-ray of the cervical spine with functional samples (four projections)
X-ray of the thoracic spine in one projection
X-ray of the thoracic spine in two projections
X-ray of the lumbar spine in one projection
X-ray of the lumbar spine in two projections
X-ray of the lumbar spine with functional samples (four projections)
X-ray of the sacrum and coccyx in one projection
X-ray of the sacrum and coccyx in two projections
X-ray of the sacro-iliac joints (sacral-sacral) in one projection
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X-ray of joints
X-ray of the ribs
X-ray of the sternum
X-ray of the pelvic bones in one projection
X-ray of hip joints in one projection
X-ray of hip joints and pelvic bones (up to 4 projections)
X-ray of bones (bones of the shoulder girdle, one clavicle, one scapula, heel bone, one finger, one part of the limb in case of injury) and joints (shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle-foot) in one projection
X-ray of bones (bones of the shoulder girdle, one clavicle, one scapula, calcaneus, one finger, one part of the limb in case of injury) and joints (shoulder, elbow, radiocarpal, knee, ankle-foot) in two projections
X-ray of the foot/hand in one projection
X-ray of the foot/hand in two projections
X-ray of both knee joints (direct projection)
X-ray of both knee joints (up to 3 projections)
X-ray of the bones of the nose in one projection
X-ray of the bones of the nose in two projections
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Radiography of internal organs
X-ray of chest organs (one projection, as an alternative to fluorography)
X-ray of chest organs (lungs) in two projections
X-ray of the organs of the chest cavity (without film)
X-ray examination of the organs of the abdominal cavity
X-ray of the proximal parts of the gastrointestinal tract with oral contrast (esophagus, stomach, duodenum)
X-ray of the proximal parts of the gastrointestinal tract (without film)
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Other types of services
Description of x-ray film
Recording of the X-ray examination on a flash drive
Providing a medical report on film (optional)

The speed of examinations

The Multix Impact X-ray system does not require the use of a developing machine, the working process of the device is fully digitized and takes little time.

Individual approach

The latest equipment allows for examination in a standing position and with a load, on a table, for example, for lying patients, on a gurney or in a wheelchair.

Accuracy of research results

The high quality of the image combined with the minimum distance from the patient to the detector leads to a reduction of the magnification effect.

Equipment mobility

The mobile wireless multifunctional detector allows you to save precious time during the examination of those patients who cannot move independently.

Equipment for X-rays

Siemens Healthineers Multix Impact X-ray System

High-quality X-ray system. Its reliable hardware components allow you to examine the patient from head to toe, even with a tall person, without the need to change his position.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is X-ray prescribed?

X-rays are mainly prescribed for injuries, fractures and other lesions of the bone and joint system. But sometimes the doctor can prescribe an X-ray examination for diseases of the intestines, duodenum, gall bladder and lungs

What does the doctor receive after an X-ray?

A black and white "negative" photograph in one projection in analog or digital form.

What is not visible on an X-ray?

This method proved to be ineffective in detecting the early stages of viral pneumonias caused by COVID-19. However, in later stages, coronavirus pneumonia is already visible on X-rays.

Is X-ray dangerous?

X-rays are electromagnetic waves in the range between ultraviolet and gamma radiation. In a modern digital X-ray machine, the radiation dose is minimal (a hundredth of a microsievert per visit to the X-ray room), less than during a flight to Egypt. If it is necessary to take several pictures, if the situation allows, the doctor will prescribe diagnostics with a break of several days or weeks in order not to exceed the permissible dose.