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Radiography, X-ray

 

Radiography (X-ray)

Radiography (X-ray) of the skull bones diagnose fractures, depressions and cracks. This diagnostic procedure is performed in a straight line and lateral projections, as well as in various specific styling.

Radiography, x-rays of joints, spine radiography, spondilography, radiographs, functional spondylograms, radiography of the cervical spine, radiography of the lumbar spine in Moscow

Radiography of the skull in lateral projection.

Radiography in the projection of large joints to evaluate the structure sustvnyh surfaces and clearance of the joint space itself: the shoulder joint, elbow joint hip and knee joints, etc.

Radiography, x-rays of joints, spine radiography, spondilography, radiographs, functional spondylograms, radiography of the cervical spine, radiography of the lumbar spine in Moscow

X-ray examination of spine in a straight line projection.

 

X-rays (radiography, X-ray) of the spine (spondilography) allows you to study in detail the structure of the vertebrae, the state of the transverse, spinous and articular processes, intervertebral joints and the intervertebral foramen, the state of the intervertebral discs, while the functional radiographs or radiographs with functional tests - and the degree of mobility in individual segments of the spine.

Radiography, x-rays of joints, spine radiography, spondilography, radiographs, functional spondylograms, radiography of the cervical spine, radiography of the lumbar spine in Moscow

X-ray examination of the lumbosacral spine in lateral projection.

Radiography of the cervical spine should always be carried out at the slightest suspicion of damage, regardless of the severity of neurological manifestations, and all the victims in a coma.

Radiography, x-rays of joints, spine radiography, spondilography, radiographs, functional spondylograms, radiography of the cervical spine, radiography of the lumbar spine in Moscow

X-ray examination of the cervical spine in lateral projection.

 

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