Digital fluoroscopy is a type of X-ray that allows technicians to see deep structures in the body. Digital fluoroscopy creates detailed images of organs such as the intestine, cardiac muscle, bladder, and stomach. Traditional X-rays record images to film, whereas digital fluoroscopy aids in the recording of a series of images to a computer. The gastrointestinal tract, which includes the stomach, esophagus, duodenum, and colon, is primarily examined and evaluated using digital fluoroscopy.
It can also be used to detect tumors, ulcers, Hiatal hernias, scarring, reflux, inflammation, and blockages. It examines and evaluates kidney function during venography and angiography procedures (tube placement in veins and arteries) as well as pain management procedures (nerve root blocks). Fluoroscopy is used in orthopedic surgery, podiatric surgery, angiography, and the placement of peripherally inserted catheters.
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