X-ray is a fast and painless imaging procedure that uses a minimal amount of ionizing radiation to produce images of different parts of the human body. It is the first level in imaging to be used to look at the skeletal system and help detect a number of conditions ranging from congenital anomalies of the bones, infections, tumors, and fractures resulting from a traumatic injury.
Routine Plain X-Ray Procedures:
Contrast-Enhanced Fluoroscopic Examinations (Special Procedures):
Chairperson of the Department of Radiology:
Jackson U. Dy, MD
Section Chief of X-Ray:
Gerardo L. Beltran, MD