Overview

All routine and contrast x-ray examinations are available for patients of the Center for Diagnostic Imaging. The Section has been abreast with the latest technology since 2008 when it adopted digital radiography. This ensures that images produced are of high resolution and eliminates repeat studies due to technical issues making examinations safer for patients. In addition, it is staffed by professional board-certified Radiologists and Radiologic Technologists.

Services
X-ray Section is open 24 hours daily, 7 days a week.
Routine procedures are done between 7:00am to 5:00pm from Monday to Saturday.
All routine procedures must be coordinated with the x-ray technologist or clerk, at least one (1) day prior to the requested examination, to avoid overlapping of schedules.
Requests are accepted on a first come – first served basis.

X-Ray Non Invasive Procedure

Abdomen Upright/Supine (Adult)
Abdomen Upright /Supine ( pedia)
Ankle AP/LAT (Unilateral)
Ankle AP/LAT (Bilateral)
Baby Gram
Barium Enema
Bone Age
Calcaneus AP/LAT
Cervical Spine AP/LAT
Cervical Spine Series
Cervical w/Flexion and extension
Cervico thoracic Spine
Chest PA (Adult )
Chest PA (Pedia)
Chest PA/LAT ( Adult )
Chest AP/LAT ( Pedia)
Chest lateral View
Clavicle
Coccyx
Elbow AP/LAT
Esophagram
Facial Bone
Femur AP/LAT
Forearm AP/LAT
Foot AP/O
Hand AP/O
Hip AP
Hip AP/ X-LEG
Hip AP / FROG’S LEG
Humerus AP/LAT
Hypertensive IVP
Hysterogram
Internal Auditory Canal
Knee AP/LAT
Leg AP/LAT
Limited Barium Enema
Lordotic View
Lumbo sacral Spine
Mandible
Mastoids
Nasal Bone
Orbit and Optic Foramen
Paranasal sinuses
Pelvimetry
Pelvis and sacroiliac joint
Plain abdomen or KUB
Rib cage
Routine IVP
Sacrum AP/LAT
Scapula AP/LAT
Scoliosis Study
Shoulder AP/LAT
Small bowel Series
Sternum
Temporomandibular joint
Thoracic Spine AP/AT
Thoracolumbar spine
Upper G.I Series
Voiding cysto urethrogram
Waters view
Wrist AP/LAT

X-Ray Invasive Procedure

Cervical Myelogram
Fistulogram
Hip Pinning
E.R.C.P
IOC or Intra Operative Cholangiogram
Laminectomy
Lumbar Myelogram
Peripheral arteriogram
Sialogram
Thoracic Myelogram

Patient Preparation

Creatinine level determination
All Intravenous contrast studies
Intravenous Urography
Any radiographic examination that utilizes water-soluble iodinized contrast media

Bowel preparation the day before the procedure

Bowel preparation is needed in the following examinations
Plain abdominal X-ray
KUB X-ray
Barium Enema
Intravenous Urography

Procedures that require 4 hours fasting
X-ray
Upper GI Series
Esophagogram
T-tube cholangiogram
Hysterosalpingogram


If you have question on the procedures, please call (045) 625 2999 local 2427

MacArthur Highway Angeles City, Philippines

(045) 625 2999

info@aufmc.com.ph