St. Luke's University Health Network

Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy shows internal
organs in motion

Fluoroscopy is a form of X-ray that allows the radiologist to see the internal organs in motion. A continuous X-ray beam creates a series of images and projects them on to a fluorescent screen, which is much like a television screen. If a contrast material is used, the part of the body that is being studied appears bright white. The radiologist can see and study how the contrast material is moving through the area and identify any abnormalities. This helps the radiologist and your doctor determine an appropriate treatment or follow-up studies for your condition. One follow-up study could be a Computed Tomography (CT) scan.

Locations for Fluoroscopes

Bethlehem

St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem Campus
B Entrance at Main Lobby/Centennial Wing
801 Ostrum Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
484-526-1000

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Allentown

St. Luke's Hospital – Allentown Campus
1736 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18104
484-526-1000

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Coaldale

St. Luke's Hospital - Miners Campus
360 West Ruddle Street
Coaldale, PA 18218
570-645-8144

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Easton

St. Luke's Hospital - Anderson Campus
1872 Riverside Circle
Easton, PA 18045
484-526-1000

Quakertown

St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus
1021 Park Avenue
Quakertown, PA 18951
215-538-4575

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