General Radiology (X-Ray)
General Radiography, commonly referred to as X-ray, is an important diagnostic tool and was the first established modality of Diagnostic Imaging. X-rays are used to create images of the body's internal structures. These images are used to detect abnormalities in bones, lungs and other internal organs. Quality imaging at the lowest possible radiation dose is our primary focus.
Duration times for X-ray exams range from 10 minutes to 1-1/2 hours depending upon the number of views required, the severity of illness and the age and co-operation of the child.
For physicians wishing to request an X-ray: Request for Diagnostic Imaging Form