Book X Ray Pelvis in Delhi
- Indicated if a patient suffers from a significant fall/accident/injury
- When the doctor suspects pelvic bone fracture/pelvic joint dislocation after injury
- Post-surgery follow-up
- If a patient has hip pain
- Hip arthritis
- Hip dislocation
- Sacroiliitis: Inflammation of sacrum and ilium joint (sacroiliac joint)
- In the case of tumors in and around the pelvic area
- Ankylosing spondylitis: stiffness of the spine and the sacroiliac joint
- Late-stage infections of the pelvic bones
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Lab Infrastructure in Delhi
India’s capital, New Delhi, is the largest city in the country. It has always experienced massive growth and development as one of the Tier I cities. Northern India is a major financial, commercial, and industrial center. In Delhi, around 500+ public and private hospitals and 300+ labs perform various health checkups.
New Delhi offers some of the world’s most extraordinary medical facilities and is home to India’s most prestigious corporate hospital chains. Artificial intelligence is one of the emerging and valuable technology in 2022, especially in the healthcare industry. The labs in Delhi are fully occupied with the most advanced technologies such as telemedicine, IoT and intelligent Wearables, Remote Care, and Artificial Intelligence (AI). People worldwide come to Delhi for medical treatment since it has some of the top medical facilities in the world.
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Why book an X-Ray pelvis?
An X-Ray Pelvis can reveal damaged bones, ligaments, cartilage, or joints after an accident. It is ideal for a preliminary diagnosis. The doctors may recommend an MRI or CT scan to obtain a more detailed picture. You should get an X-ray of your pelvis for the following reasons:
- To determine where the fractures are and how severe they are.
- Pain and swelling in the pelvic region regularly
- Injuries to the pelvis, hip, or upper leg
- Recurrent joint discomfort is a sign of arthritis.
- Spondylitis causes stiffness in the spine.
What are all tests included in the X-Ray pelvis?
X-Ray Pelvis is the imaging test of the pelvic region creating black and white images of the pelvic bones, cartilages, joints, and soft tissues. There is no additional test included in the X-Ray Pelvis.
What preparation is required for the X-Ray pelvis?
The X-Ray pelvis test is a general test, but still, it needs some bit of precaution to follow.
- You have to remain calm and relaxed during the procedure to avoid image blurring, and it is advised to sit as per the instructions given by the technicians.
- Wear comfortable and loose clothes to move swiftly, if required, during the X-ray. You might be asked to change into a hospital gown.
- It is advised to remove the belt, jewelry, or any metallic item from the waist or around the abdomen/pelvis.
- If you have metal implants, inform the doctor in advance because these can block the transmission of X-rays through your body and can change the test results. Usually, the implants are visualized post-surgery by X-ray.
- If there is a need for a contrast medium or dye before the test, doctors administer it in the form of an injection or enema, or pill. This contrast medium helps identify the specific organs from the neighboring tissues.
If the X-ray is pre-planned, you may be advised to keep your stomach empty.
What is the average cost of an X-Ray pelvis in Delhi?
The cost of an X-Ray pelvis depends on the city, the lab partner, the specific recommendations made by the physician, and some other factors. The average price of this test in Delhi is usually between Rs. 800/- and Rs. 1000/-. We highly recommend looking up the actual cost when booking the appointment.
How to book an X-Ray pelvis in Delhi?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is a doctor's prescription mandatory for an X-Ray Pelvis?
Yes, a doctor’s note is mandatory for getting an X-Ray Pelvis done.
Are there any discounts running on MFine for X-Ray Pelvis?
You can avail of up to 50% discount on MFine for X-Ray Pelvis. This may vary based on your location and the preferred lab partner.
Will I get a report analysis after the test?
Yes, your report analysis will be done by an expert doctor for free on the MFine app.
Are there any packages available on MFine for scans?
Yes, there is the Healthy Heart Package and Complete Pollution Package that you can avail of through MFine. These packages include multiple scans to detect problems or diseases.
Can I reschedule my appointment?
Yes, you can reschedule your appointment. However, it is subject to the availability of slots.
Who should get the X-Ray pelvis done?
X-Ray Pelvis detects broken bones, ligaments, cartilage, or joints after any injury. It is highly suitable for an initial diagnosis. If any men, women, or Kid is suffering the symptoms such as Hip pain, Hip arthritis, Hip dislocation, Sacroiliitis, tumors, ankylosing spondylitis, they can undergo the X-Ray pelvis test.
What precautions should I take for an X-Ray pelvis?
It is advised to remove any jewelry, belt, or metallic item near the waist or around the abdomen/pelvis. If you have metal implants, inform the doctor in advance because these can block the transmission of X-rays through your body and can change the test results. Usually, the implants are visualized post-surgery by X-ray.
What does the X-Ray pelvis measure?
X-Ray Pelvis uses ionized radiation to identify the internal structure of the pelvis, specifically the area between hip bones holding reproductive organs and some parts of the digestive system. The X-ray technician takes X-ray images of the pelvic region during the procedure. The test measures the alignment of bones, cartilages, joints, and soft tissues. In the X-Ray Pelvis, the whole pelvis must be visible to show the accurate alignment of the pelvic bones and joints.
What to expect after the X-Ray pelvis is done?
Because you were not meant to empty your bladder before or during the scan, a full bladder may drive you to open it first once the scan is over. You are welcome to relax in the waiting area and notify the radiologist if you have any more discomfort.
When will I get the X-Ray pelvis report?
During the scanning procedure, a large number of photos are acquired. These photos are processed to show only the important ones on the scanning machine. Then, films are made to show all the findings, printed on a digital printer. The time it takes for a radiologist to report these photographs varies between 30 minutes and an hour. On the same day, reports are delivered.
Disclaimer: The timing may vary depending on your condition and the radiologist’s availability.
How will I get the X-Ray pelvis report?
Patients are mailed X-Ray pelvis reports, and printed hard copies are kept for record-keeping.
How to interpret the X-Ray pelvis report?
A radiologist reports the normal and abnormal findings of the X-Ray pelvis scanning. The report must be given to your doctor or physician so that they may match the results to your symptoms and ailment. In any situation, self-diagnosis and self-medication should be avoided.
Is there any risk involved?
The X-Ray pelvis scanning procedure is entirely risk-free because it does not use any radiation, unlike X-rays or CT scans. In addition, the gel used during the scan is completely safe and will not penetrate your skin.
How long does it take to perform an X-Ray pelvis?
The X-ray technician receives the photos and delivers the results Within 10 minutes to the radiology doctor. The doctor examines the X-ray image and evaluates whether or not an injury exists and the extent of the harm. Other diagnostic tests, such as imaging tests or blood testing, may be recommended if severe illness. You can continue your normal activities following an X-Ray Pelvis test if you are advised to.
Is it possible to perform an X-Ray pelvis at home?
X-Ray pelvis can’t be done at home as it requires specialized scanning technology to observe the organs from inside. These machines are only available in Multidisciplinary hospitals and diagnostic centers.