Book X Ray Pelvis in Gurgaon
- Stiffness or pain in the spine and hips.
- If you recently accident or injured from the fall
- Pelvic joint dislocation
- Pelvic fractures
- Hip arthritis and discolouration
- Inflammation in the sacrum and ilium joints
- In the case of tumours in and around the pelvic area
- Critical pelvic bones infections
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Lab Infrastructure in Gurgaon
Gurgaon is situated in the NCR region of Delhi. This city is the largest hub for the IT sector for India after Banglore and also the largest home for medical tourism. Gurgaon comes under the list of tier-2 cities of India. Apart from the financial advancement, this city progressed in the medical sector as well. Gurgaon has more than 100 private and government hospitals and 800+ diagnostic centres.
Gurgaon has many best and most specialised doctors, hospitals, clinics, and labs to treat patients in the case of emergency. The top-notch technologies and equipment are used in the hospitals and labs of Gurgaon for maximum accuracy in testing.
Some major diseases that are rising in Gurgaon are Pneumonia, diarrhoea, viral fever, enteritis, etc. Several seasonal disorders are spreading like malaria, dengue, typhoid, etc. The radiology, diagnostic and lab facilities are increasing with the increase in demand.
If you are going through any of the diseases, you can consult with your doctor on the MFine app, and you can also have some tests through MFine lab’s partner.
Why book an X-Ray Pelvis test?
There are some conditions when your doctor advises you to undergo an X-Ray Pelvis test. The following conditions are as follows:
- If a person suffers from an injury from a fall or accident, to diagnose a fracture or dislocation in the pelvic bone.
- Before and after the operation this test is mandatory
- If a person is suffering from pain in the hip
- Hip dislocation
- Arthritis in Hip
- Suspects tumours in and around the pelvic area
- Infection in the pelvic bones at the last stage
- Sacroiliitis: Inflammation of sacrum and ilium joint (sacroiliac joint)
- Stiffness in the spine and the sacroiliac joint or Ankylosing Spondylitis
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 X-Ray Pelvis?
There is no to minimum preparation required for an X-Ray Pelvis. They are as follows:
- You need to sit still and as per technician instruction during the procedure. Keep yourself calm and composed.
- Inform your doctor, if you are undertaking any medicine before the test.
- Don‘t wear any type of jewellery or metal items around the waist or pelvic area during the procedure.
- Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, menstruating, or breastfeeding
- You should wear comfortable clothes which are easy to change, in case you are asked to change into a hospital gown.
- If you have any metal implants then inform your doctor before the test as it can affect the test result.
- You may need to take contrast dye before the test under the doctor’s supervision to identify the specific organs from the other tissues. If you are allergic to dye then inform the technician beforehand.
If the X-ray is pre-planned, then you may be advised to keep your stomach empty
What is the average cost of X-Ray Pelvis in Gurgaon?
The cost of X-Ray Pelvis depends on the city, the lab partner, the specific recommendations made by the physician, and some other factors. The average cost of this test in Gurgaon is usually between Rs. 200-300. We highly recommend looking up the actual cost at the time of booking the appointment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is a doctor's prescription mandatory for a CT Scan Chest Contrast Test?
Yes, a doctor’s note is mandatory for getting an X-Ray Pelvis done.
Are there any discounts running on MFine for the CT Scan Chest Contrast Test?
You can avail up to 50% discount on MFine for an ultrasound. 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.
When will I get the X-Ray Pelvis report?
You will get the images of the X-Ray Pelvis within 10 mins. A radiologist will read the images and provide reports. You can either get reports directly from the laboratory or download them from the MFine app. An expert doctor analyzes your test report for free on the MFine app. The doctor is available online for a consultation.
How to book a report on the MFine app?
You can download the test reports on the MFine app by the following steps:
- Log in to MFine
- Go to your profile
- Click on Attachment and Reports
- Click on Lab Report
- Download the report.
Do I need to change clothes before X-Ray Pelvis?
Generally, there is no need to change clothes before X-Ray Pelvis, but your clothes must be loose and comfortable. Along with these, there must be no zips, belts, buckles or buttons around the pelvis region because they might affect test results. If your clothes have any of these, you will be asked to change to a hospital gown.
Do I need to fast before X-Ray Pelvis?
No, you can eat or drink anything and take medicines before or after undergoing an X-Ray Pelvis. In some cases, your doctor advises fasting. When a doctor uses a contrasting medium during the test, you need to avoid eating or taking medications for a few hours after the test.
Does X-Ray Pelvis hurt?
No, X-Ray Pelvis is a comfortable and painless test. If you have fractures or dislocation in the pelvic area then you may feel pain. The pain is mainly due to the injury and not from the X-ray.
Can X-Ray Pelvis affect reproductive organs?
No, X-Ray Pelvis doesn’t affect reproductive organs because it focuses on the pelvis. Sperms or eggs don’t come in direct contact with X-ray radiations. If they got exposed to the radiation then the time is only a few seconds. Hence, there will be no harm.
What could be the reason for hip dislocation?
One of the major reasons for hip dislocation is a collision of a motor vehicle. When the knee hits the dashboard, the force of the collisions drives the thigh backwards. It drives the femur head out of the hip socket resulting in hip dislocation.
What is the meaning of white and black spots on an X-Ray Pelvis?
X-Ray Pelvis gives black and white images in which Pelvic bones appear white while the air appears black. Dark black spots on the X-Ray Pelvis might be due to excess gas in the intestines in the area. White spots signify abnormal growth in the pelvic region. It is advisable to consult your doctor for a better interpretation of your X-ray results.
Is X-Ray Pelvic test definitive?
X-Ray Pelvis is the definitive test for diagnosing fractures in the bones and joints due to accidents or falls. But your doctors may ask you to go for other imaging tests like MRI or CT scan if you have hairline fractures, bone bruises or torn ligaments.
Can I book an X-Ray Pelvic test at home?
No, you cannot book this test for home collection as it needs special machinery and specialists to look inside the organs. This test can only be done at hospitals or diagnostic centres.
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