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Chest X-Ray

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Chest X-Rays are commonly ordered to rule out tuberculosis after a positive skin test. These can also be ordered for other instances deemed medically necessary, such as if a person was exposed to hazardous materials or asbestos. It is important to note that while a chest x-ray may be used to rule out tuberculosis after other positive TB tests, this is not recommended as the first testing method for tuberculosis.

Online registration is simple. You choose the lab location based on ZIP code during registration. An authorization barcode is instantly emailed to you and texted directly to the phone of the person being tested. A map of the clinic location will accompany the barcode. The registrant can then walk into the testing facility and show the barcode along with photo ID. Results are fast and stored securely online. Individuals and employers can register online or call (888) 378-2499 to order tests.

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Chest X-Ray Options

Chest X-Ray (1 View)
A chest x-ray may be needed following a positive TB skin test, for instances where a person works in confined spaces, or if a person was exposed to hazardous waste or asbestos. Find Clinic Now
Chest X-Ray (2 Views)
Choose this option to add a second chest x-ray from a different angle. This typically includes one x-ray from the front and one x-ray from the side, which expands the view for a medical professional to make a clear diagnosis. Find Clinic Now

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this a TB X-Ray Test?

Although a chest x-ray can be used to screen for other health issues, such as exposure to hazardous chemicals or asbestos, these are often ordered for the purpose of following up on a positive TB skin test.

What does a positive TB Chest X-Ray look like?

Unlike a negative TB chest x-ray, a positive TB x-ray often shows infiltrates, which are areas denser than air that usually consist of blood or protein. Since infiltrates can also indicate other diseases like pneumonia, a medical professional may not be able to diagnose active tuberculosis using only a chest x-ray.

How much does a Chest X-Ray cost?

Our starting price for a one view chest x-ray is $195. The final price of this test can vary depending on whether any additional services are added during the checkout process, such as a second view or an Oxford T-Spot TB Blood Test.

Who is a Chest X-Ray for?

Chest X-Rays are frequently used to confirm or rule out tuberculosis following a positive skin test. Additionally, they can be ordered in other medically necessary situations, such as when an individual has been exposed to hazardous materials or asbestos.

What Chest X-Ray options does Health Street offer?

We offer Chest X-Ray (1 View) and Chest X-Ray (2 View). The main difference is that Chest X-Ray (2 View) adds a second chest x-ray from a different angle.

About Our Other Services

For industries that require specific occupational health testing, such as healthcare, construction, and manufacturing, Health Street offers quick and easy scheduling. Simply enter your ZIP code and choose the location nearest to you or the person being tested. When the registration process has been completed, we will email you the registration barcode to and a map to the facility.

Why Choose Health Street

If your company requires occupational health testing, Health Street offers a wide variety of testing options. We offer respiratory health tests, antibody tests, physicals, tuberculosis tests, vaccines and immunizations, and vision and hearing exams. Take the first step to keeping your employees safe from injury or illness by scheduling your test today.

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