Fluoroscopy evaluates moving body structures, including the skeletal, digestive,
urinary, cardiovascular, respiratory and reproductive systems. Fluoroscopy
is like an X-ray "movie," sometimes involving contrast dye moving
through the body part being examined while an X-ray beam passes through
that part of the body. Details about the body part and its motions are
then sent to a video monitor.
Common Uses of Fluoroscopy
Fluoroscopy may be used to evaluate specific areas of the body including
the bones, bowel, muscles, heart vessels, and joints.
how to prepare for your fluoroscopy procedure.