Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique that uses X-ray to produce real-time or “live” images of organs and anatomical structure motion. Fluoroscopy is primarily used in barium studies of the gastrointestinal tract and in IV contrast studies of the urinary tract and the arterial system.
If your physician requested you to bring your films to your next office visit, please mention this to the radiology office staff when you check in, and your films will be ready for you shortly after your exam.
If anytime after your exam you need to borrow your films, please call the Diagnostic Imaging Department at (954)978-4186.
If you think you may be pregnant, please inform you physician or the technologist before your exam.
If you have a known contrast allergy, please contact your physician or the imaging location where you are having your exam as soon as possible.