X-Ray procedure = Multiple Serial x.rays of different systems of body.
We do following x-ray procedures on high-resolution I.I.T.V.

1)Barium Studies :


  • a) Barium Swallow (For Oesophagus / Food pipe)
  • b) Barium Meal Follow up (for Stomach, Small bowel, Appendix & large bowel).
  • c) Barium Enema (Mainly for large intestine) In Children and Adults.



2) I. V. U. (Intra-Venous Urography) (For Kidney Disease like stone, mass etc).


3) H. S. G. (Hysterosalpingography) (For patency of fallopian tubes of uterus) Done by Gynaecologist in our Clinic on x.ray table with help of I.I.T.V. The total procedure Requires 2 to 3 hours stay in clinic. It is done only on specific days of menstruation (8th, 9th and 10th day). It does not require any prior preparation. It should not be done empty stomach.

4) M. C. U. (Micturating Cysto-Urethrogram) : Digital X-Ray of Urinary Bladder, Urethra and ureters done with infusion of dye (contrast) in urinary bladder via plastic infant tube / catheter. Multiple x.rays (4 to 6 in number) are to be taken to complete the procedure. The procedure requires 1 to 2 hrs of patient’s stay in clinic.


5) R. G. U. (Retrograde / Ascending Urethrogram) : Digital X-Ray of Urethra done after injecting contrast (iodinated dye) from external urethral opening via plaster connector and syringe. Does not require anesthesia and it takes 10 to 15 minutes on table.


6) Fistulogram / Sinogram : Digital x.ray of track of pus discharge after injecting contrast (Dye) from external opening on the body. The examination required 3 to 6 x.rays to complete the procedure and it takes 15 to 30 minutes on table.

7) Contrast study In Case of Acid / Alkali poisioning : Special water soluble contrast like gastrografin is required to be swallowed by the patient with subsequent serial x.rays to diagnoses exact situation of oesophagus, stomach and proximal small intestine.