General Radiololy
No appointment necessary:
Monday to Friday from 9 h à 16 h 30

Covered by the RAMQ

 
Click here to find out how to prepare for the exam.

Conventional radiology (x-ray) remains an essential basic tool in finding a diagnosis. Our apparatus are completely digital.

Head and neck Lower Limb
Skull
Sinus
Mastoids
Facial bones
Orbits
Nose
Soft tissue of the neck
Cavum
Lower jaw
Temporo-mandibular articulations
Hip
Femur
Knee
Kneecap
Leg
Ankle
Foot
Heel
Toe
Bone age
Scanography, (measure of the lower limbs)
Lungs-thorax-abdomen Spine and pelvis
Lungs
Thorax
Sternum
Abdomen
Cervical
Dorsal
Lumbo-sacral
Sacrum
Coccyx
Pelvis
Pelvis and hips
Sacro-iliac articulations
Upper limbs Others
Acromio-Clavicular Joints
Clavicle
Shoulder blade
Shoulder
Humerus
Elbow
Forearm
Wrist
Hand
Finger
Articular series
Metastatic series
Scoliotic series
Preparation : aucune
When arriving for your appointment, make sure you have:
The consultation request from your doctor.
• Your health insurance card and the way you intend to pay.
• The images on CD and results of prior exams related to your present exam.

Arrive 15 to 30 minutes earlier to find a parking space and to open your file.
Specifications :
Length of the exam: varies according to the exam
Digital apparatus used: - Horizon Vista, digital detectors Canon CXDI-60
Copies of images: Your doctor can access images and reports from your exams over the internet. If necessary, images can be copied at a cost of 2$