Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring somebody with me?
Can I eat and drink?
Can I Have a Radiology Procedure (CT/MRI/ANGIO) whilst breastfeeding?
Can I see the scans?
Do I have to stop taking medication?
Does my doctor need to see my X-Rays?
How and when will I get the results of the exam?
How long does the CT exam require?
How long will my scan take?
How will I feel after the exam?
How will I get the results?
My child is having an examination. Will I be able to stay with him/her during the exam?
What is the difference between an MRI and a CT?
Who will perform my exam?
Why aren’t patients taken by the order they arrive?
Why do I need to arrive before my actual appointment time?
Why do you have to take so many films?
Why do you need all of my prior films?
Why does the radiologist have to look at my films? Doesn’t my doctor look at them?
Why is it important to remove any metallic objects before I enter the MRI room?
Why is the MRI scanner so noisy?
Will I have to change my clothes?
Will the X-Ray technologist see anything wrong with my X-Rays?
Will there be any problems if I have had surgery in which metal has been implanted?