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Patients & Visitors

Radiology Department


Patient Information Leaflets

Having an X-ray

Skin Care Advice following Radiology Procedures

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

Prostate Radiotherapy, After your treatment

CT guided injection

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

MRI arthrogram

Having an Ultrasound scan

Having a Transvaginal Ultrasound scan

Ultrasound guided injection

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

Fluoroscopy guided injection

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

Patient Port, Implantable Port Insertion

Percutaneous Biopsy

Percutaneous Drainage

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)

Radiologically Inserted Gastrostomy (RIG)

Rectal Dilatation

Transjugular Liver Biopsy

Ultrasound Guided Liver Biopsy

Undergoing a Percutaneous Nephrostomy

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