Chest X-ray: the patient is asked to inhale a plenty of air and keep from breathing and will be asked not to move until the exam is complete. Female patients must inform their physician or x-ray technologist prior to the test if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.

Head and Body Ultrasound: the patient should remain still when the technologist places his/her head or a certain part of the body in a specific position. Female patients must inform the their physician or x-ray technologist prior to the test if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.
Computerized Tomography Scan (CT Scan): the (CT Scan) may require an intravenous dye injection. The patient should fast 4 hours prior to the examination. Female patients must inform the their physician or x-ray technologist prior to the test if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.

Magnetic  Resonance Imaging:
the patient is asked to wear light clothing and remove metal hair clips, watches or accessories before starting the examination. This procedure may require intravenous dye injection which requires 4-hour fasting prior to the test.

Bone Density Test:
this  procedure is performed to evaluate the patient's health condition. The purpose of this test is not therapeutic. It takes from 5 to 15 minutes. The patient may undergo more than one test depending on the patient's condition. Female patients must inform the their physician or x-ray technologist prior to the test if there is any possibility that they are pregnant. 

Ultrasound Imaging:
a  gelatinous substance is applied to the area to be examined such as the eyelid, neck or abdomen. The imaging tests may require intravenous dye injection to color the blood vessels or other organs so that they can show up clearly in the image. This procedure usually takes  about 30 minutes.
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