X-ray is an imaging technique to show up abnormalities in bones and certain body tissue, such as breast tissue.
An x-ray is the most common form of diagnostic examination used as it is a quick and painless method to diagnose many health conditions such as:
- Broken bones and fractures
- Early signs of disease in organs and soft tissue
- Damage to joints
- Chest infections
Monday to Friday. 8:30am to 4:45pm.
For GP patients with referrals for plain film x-rays, we offer a walk-in service at Arrowe Park Hospital, Clatterbridge Hospital, St Catherine’s Hospital and Victoria Central Health Centre. No telephone appointment is needed.
If you require an x-ray outside of the hours mentioned above, please call 0151 604 7067 between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday to arrange an appointment.
All other examinations are made by appointment only.
- X-ray What is a Barium Enema? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:27PM | Download:
- X-ray What is a Barium Follow-through? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:27PM | Download:
- X-Ray What is a Barium Meal? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:27PM | Download:
- X-Ray What is a Barium Swallow? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:28PM | Download:
- X-ray Defaecating Proctogram Patient Information Modified: 16/04/2018 1:29PM | Download:
- X-ray What is an IVU? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:29PM | Download:
- X-Ray Examinations What is a Loopogram? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:29PM | Download:
- X-ray What is a Video Swallow (Videofluoroscopy)? Modified: 16/04/2018 1:30PM | Download: