Fluoroscopy can diagnose or aid in diagnosis of many conditions. It refers to using X-rays from a CT scanner to bounce off a mildly radioactive tracer, whether swallowed, administered as an enema or injected into veins. The X-rays make the tracer glow or “fluoresce,” showing the structure and real-time function of the organ or system on a screen. Read more: What is Fluoroscopy Used to Diagnose? Article
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