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Fluoroscopy is a continuous X-ray beam transmitted to a TV monitor to study the heart in motion.

How does it work?

Fluoroscopy is a procedure performed by a Deborah Specialty Physician to view tissues and organs in motion. During the procedure, a continuous X-ray beam is emitted through the part of the body being examined. X-ray contrast agents, such as barium or iodine, are used to better visualize the internal organs or specific areas of the body.