X-Ray Test

A typical imaging test that has been used for decades is an X-ray. It uses a kind of radiation known as electromagnetic waves to generate images of the inside of the body which allows your doctor to see into your body without making an incision. This can aid in the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of a variety of medical conditions.

X-Ray Test

X-Ray Cost in India


Test Type Diagnostic/Radiology Test
Preparation No special preparation or fasting is required. You might need to remove any metallic object from your clothing or any jewelry. According to the type of X-Ray, the physician will guide you further.
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X-Ray Test costs in Hyderabad Rs.100 to Rs.700 approximately.
X-Ray Test costs in Vizag Rs. 100 to Rs. 350 approximately.
X-Ray Test costs in Nasik Rs. 200 to Rs. 850 approximately
X-Ray Test cost in Aurangabad Rs. 100 to Rs. 700 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Nellore Rs. 150 to Rs. 600 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Chandanagar Rs. 150 to Rs. 500 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Srikakulam Rs. 200 to Rs. 450 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Sangamner Rs. 100 to Rs. 500 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Kurnool Rs. 200 to Rs. 500 approximately
X-Ray Test costs in Kakinada Rs. 200 to Rs. 600 approximately

X-Ray test costs in India at different locations may vary.

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Frequently Asked Questions


It allows your doctor to see into your body without making an incision.

  • Tumors and cancers
  • A swollen heart
  • Blockages in blood vessels
  • Fluid in the lungs
  • Digestive issues
  • Fractures of the bones
  • Joints that have dislocated
  • Infections

Most x-rays are completed in less than 15 minutes

Some individuals are concerned that X-rays are dangerous because radiation exposure can trigger cell alterations that lead to cancer

An X-ray will not reveal minor bone injuries, soft tissue injuries, or inflammation

If someone is required to assist a patient or film during x-ray exposure, they must use a lead apron and lead gloves and stand to one side and away from the x-ray tube to escape the direct beam

You can get the X-Ray result within a few hours of the test

No. you do not become radioactive

Yes, but with some restrictions. Always consult a doctor before going for any x-ray if you are pregnant

Higher doses of radiation are related to computed tomography (CT) and interventional procedures, including angiography and cardiac catheterization


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