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Digital X-ray is done with a portable x-ray machine at your bedside. Our portable digital x-ray machine, meets our patient’s expectations in portable radiography and offers high end digital image quality.

We are one of the few diagnostic centres in Delhi providing high end digital portable x-ray at home imaging wherever and whenever needed. Portable x-ray services saves you the discomfort of shifting bed ridden patients to a hospital and in return saves you huge cost of ambulance services. Old age patients recovering from surgery no longer have to go through the trouble of visiting a hospital to get x-rays done. We are just a call away to cater to all your x-ray requirements in the privacy and comfort of your home.

X Rays- Types And Specialisations

Bone X-Ray

Bone X-Rays were the very first kind of X-Ray used in the history of medical science. As mentioned before, from the primitive days of the invention to almost a century afterward, X-Rays were used predominantly for bone scans. For studying bones through the X-Ray procedure, there is no penetration required in most cases.

Hand X-Ray

As the name suggests, the hand X-Ray is the imaging of a single or both hands. This is one of the simplest procedures as the patient must only place their hand on the X-Ray table and hold it in a specific position. Several images of the hands will be taken from different positions and stored in the computer.

Joint X-Ray

Joints are important connectors of the body; they often get injured or damaged and also deteriorate with age. Joint X-ray takes the image of different joints in the human body, such as the ankle, hip, knee, shoulder and other joints. This also requires the patient to follow the instructions and place the body part on the X-Ray to acquire the images.

Neck X-Ray

The upper portion starting at the neck contains seven bones that are cumulatively called the cervical vertebrae. So the neck X-Ray is focused on the cervical vertebrae area. You can visit a centre to get the X-Ray done or book a home service.

Pelvis X-Ray

The pelvis area is below the waist length, where the legs meet the body. Hence, the Pelvis X-Ray looks at the hip bones and captures the same images. The doctor will look for any unusually in the images taken during the X-Ray procedure. The patient will be asked to position their body in a way suitable for taking pictures of the pelvis from certain angles.

Thoracic Spine X-Ray

The middle area of the spine contains 12 thoracic vertebrae or 12 chest bones. Each of the bones in the spine is separated by flat padded cartilages. These cartilages are known as discs, and they are cushions between the bones.