X-ray

Ionising radiation is used in X-ray investigation. The dose of required ionising radiation differs between investigations and the patient’s anatomy. The X-ray investigation produces an X-ray image that is used by the radiologist or attending doctor for further treatment-related decisions. The attending doctor refers to an X-ray and a referral letter is necessary (also for a paid service). X-ray investigations are not allowed during pregnancy without an emergency medical indication.

To identify your complaints and plan treatment, an X-ray investigation may be necessary. These are performed in two Medicum locations:

Location

Appointments

Room

Lasnamäe Medicum
Punane 61, Tallinn
Mon.–Fri.  8.00–19.45 519; 529
Tartu Medicum
Turu 2, Tartu
Mon.–Fri. 9–17  42