Patients & Visitors

Radiology Department


Patient Information Leaflets

Having an X-ray

Having a CT scan

Having a CT Abdomen/Pelvis Scan: 48 hour bowel preparation

Having a CT Arthrogram

Having a CT Colonography (CTC) scan

Having a Standard Full Preparation CT Virtual Colonogaphy

Having a Reduced Preparation CT Colonogaphy

Dietary Instructions before your CT Colonogram

Having a CT Coronary Angiogram

Having a CT Enteroclysis

Having CT Enterography

Having a CT Intravenous Urogram (CT IVU)

After your CTC Scan

Having an MRI scan

Having an MR Defaecating Proctogram

Having an MR Small Bowel

Having an MRI scan for Children

Having a Stress Cardiac MRI scan

MRI Contrast in Children

Having an Ultrasound scan

Having a Transvaginal Ultrasound scan

Having an Arthrogram

Having a Barium Meal

Having a Barium Swallow

Having a Fistulogram Sinogram

Having a Loopogram

Having a Micturating cystogram

Having a Sialogram

Having a Small Bowel Meal

Having a T-tube Cholangiogram

Angiogram and Angioplasty

Colonic Stent

Fibroid Embolisation

Having a Lumbar Puncture

Having a Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiogram (PTC)

Oesophageal Dilatation

Oesophageal Stent

Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy

Percutaneous Biopsy

Percutaneous Drainage

Radiologically Inserted Gastrostomy (RIG)

Rectal Dilatation

Transjugular Liver Biopsy

Ultrasound Guided Liver Biopsy

Undergoing a Percutaneous Nephrostomy

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