are usually recorded on film and are an excellent tool for many types of
radiology exams. X-rays are commonly used for the gastro-intestinal
system, chest, abdomen, skull and diagnosing broken bones, among other
provides many diagnostic radiography techniques which are specifically
done for the assessment of certain parts of the body, using different
types of contrast media. The available techniques include:
For more information about any of
these techniques, kindly click its respective link.
How safe are X-Rays?
The medical community generally
agrees that the small theoretical risks associated with the use of
radiation are greatly outweighed by the information x-rays provide to
Radiography (CR) is a new computer aided x-ray system, which offers
higher resolution and throughput than that usually seen by plain
conventional x-rays. It also gives these excellent images with much less
radiation exposure than normal plain x-rays.
Please call our hotline 16171 or (202) 3336-3310 (Mohandeseen),
(202) 2417 5556 (Heliopolis) or (202) 2528 4888 (Maadi) to speak with a
radiologist if you have any questions. It is best to call between 10
a.m. and 10 p.m., Saturday through Thursday.