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X-Ray Both Hands Ap View

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An X-Ray of Both Hands Anteroposterior (AP) View is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that produces images of the bones in both hands, providing valuable insight into the structure, condition, and functioning of the hands. The test is frequently used to detect fractures, dislocations, infections, arthritis, tumors, and other abnormalities that may be causing pain or discomfort.

The hand is a complex structure made up of 27 bones, and an X-ray can reveal crucial details about these bones and the joints that connect them. By using X-ray imaging, physicians can gain a detailed understanding of the hand's condition, which is critical for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment planning.


Specific Instructions:
  • No particular preparation is required for an X-ray of the hands. However, you should inform your radiologist if you have any metal objects on your body, including jewelry, as these could interfere with the clarity of the images. Additionally, if you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant, you should inform your doctor, as radiation can pose potential risks to the developing fetus.
  • You'll likely be asked to remove any jewelry or clothing that could interfere with the X-ray images. Also, you should be prepared to stay very still during the examination to ensure clear, accurate images.

Home Sample Collection Process

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Book your convenient slot
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Sample Collection by Phlebotomist
Sample Collection by Phlebotomist
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Reporting of the sample at lab
Reporting of the sample at lab
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Note: Home Sample Collection is only for Pathology lab tests.

Frequently Asked Questions

During the procedure, you'll be asked to place your hands flat on the X-ray plate, palms down (the AP view). The technician will position the X-ray machine over your hands and then capture the images. You'll need to stay very still while the images are being taken to ensure clarity and accuracy.

No, an X-ray is not painful. You may feel some discomfort from the positions you need to hold during the procedure, but the process itself is painless.

Your doctor may recommend this test if you have symptoms such as pain, swelling, or reduced mobility in your hands. It can also help diagnose conditions such as fractures, arthritis, infections, tumors, or other abnormalities.

The frequency of this test will depend on your specific condition and your doctor's recommendations. For example, if you have a chronic condition like arthritis, your doctor may suggest periodic X-rays to monitor your condition.

The results can show abnormalities in the bones and joints of the hands, such as fractures, dislocations, signs of arthritis, tumors, and infections. The test can also reveal signs of systemic diseases, such as osteoporosis.

If your results are abnormal, your doctor will discuss the findings with you and plan further tests or treatments if necessary. Depending on the results, you may need to see a specialist, such as a rheumatologist for arthritis or an orthopedic surgeon for fractures.

The risk associated with X-rays is minimal. Although X-rays do expose you to a small amount of radiation, the dose is typically very low, and the benefits usually outweigh the potential risks.

Whether or not a follow-up is needed will depend on the findings of the X-ray. If your X-ray reveals an abnormality, your doctor will likely want to follow up with you to discuss the findings and next steps.

It's important to remain as still as possible during the procedure to ensure clear and accurate images. The technician will guide you on when to hold your breath and when you can relax.

A radiologic technologist performs the X-ray, and a radiologist—a doctor who specializes in interpreting imaging studies—analyzes the images and provides a report to your doctor.

X-Ray of Both Hands AP View is an essential diagnostic tool that helps doctors identify and treat a range of conditions affecting the hands. The procedure itself is quick and painless, making it a convenient option for many patients. Your doctor will guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have, ensuring you understand why the test is being done and what the results mean for your health.

X-RAY BOTH HANDS AP VIEW
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