Fluoroscopy uses real-time imaging to visualize internal structures in the body, allowing physicians to assess both anatomy and function. It can be used to diagnose and treat many conditions affecting blood vessels, bones, and joints, as well as the digestive, urinary, respiratory, and reproductive systems. Physicians sometimes also use fluoroscopy for visual guidance during procedures, as they place tubes, catheters, or other devices inside the body.
Fluoroscopy technology is commonly used in the following imaging studies:
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