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Fluoroscopy uses a method similar to X-ray (radiography) to obtain images. However, in fluoroscopy moving pictures are obtained. This is useful to study functions within the body such as swallowing, digestion and blood flow. Most fluoroscopic studies involve contrast. Contrast is a liquid with a different density than body tissues that highlights areas of the body that are of interest and makes them stand out from areas around them.

Hours and Locations

Fluoroscopy services are generally performed in the mornings due to fasting requirements.

Medical Imaging may be reached at 315-624-6116 for any questions, the Faxton Campus at 315-624-5388 the St. Elizabeth Campus at 315-801-8171.

For appointments, please call Central Scheduling at 315-624-4600.