X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View
An X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View can be a highly useful tool in an array of clinical situations, which examines tonsils, vocal cords, adenoids, trachea, and epiglottis. 
What is the X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View?
Reasons you may undergo X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View are (1):
- Fractured or broken bones.
- Swelling in or near your trachea.
- Thinning of the neck bones due to osteoporosis.
- Bone tumors or cysts.
- Cervical spondylosis.
- Bone spurs.
- Spinal deformities.
- Inflammation of the epiglottis.
- A foreign object in throat or airway.
- Enlarged tonsils.
X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View is usually done after a traumatic Neck injury.(1)
How is the X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View performed?
An X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View is performed in a room with a mobile X-ray camera attached to a long metal arm. The AP view is examined.
Side effects/risks of X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View
There are no side effects at all.
Preparation before performing X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View
The X – Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View is simple and some preparation can help make the test smooth by
- Wearing comfortable clothing and removing all jewelry.
- Let your lab technician know about any metal implants.
Patients are advised to reach the test centre in advance to prepare better.
Post-care after X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View
Patients may continue with regular chores after the X-Ray Soft Tissue Neck LAT View is completed. However, depending upon the results the doctor may order follow up scans like CT scan or MRI scan.
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