Frequently Asked Questions
Do I get the results of my radiology examination?
You receive a written report after the examination. The images and the report are also sent electronically to your doctor within 30 minutes of the examination.
If we have to do additional research or compare the current results with prior radiology examinations, we report our findings to your referring physician within 24 hours.
We can forward the images and report to a doctor of your choice, e.g. if you would like a second opinion. Please provide us with the name and email address of this physician.
Access my images
You can easily access your images online. We do no longer issue images on transparent film or paper.
Go to www.rxgent.be and log in with:
- The reference number mentioned on the envelope with the written report
- Your birth date: ddmmyyyy
Have you lost your reference number?
What do I bring to my radiology examination?
- Your ID card
- The prescription from your referring doctor
- Your social security data: SIS card or sticker
- Prior radiology examinations from other imaging facilities: CDs, X-rays and reports
- Wear comfortable clothing and underwear.
- Wear clothing and underwear without strass or metal.
Are X-ray examinations safe?
X-rays are a form of ionising radiation and are potentially dangerous.
However, the benefit of the X-ray examination is more important than the estimated risk. Doctors are specially trained to weigh the risks and benefits for each medical examination.
We work according to the ALARA principle: As Low As Reasonably Achievable. This means we minimise the radiation doses to keep any potential harm reasonably low.
X-ray doses in perspective
Annual radiation doses higher than 100 mSv are harmful. But you should know that:
- A normal X-Ray examination is usually lower than 2 mSv
- A CT scan of the abdomen (belly) delivers 5-10 mSv (sometimes slightly more)
We use state-of-the-art X-ray equipment:
- Luminos DR X-ray table
- Mammo DR Inspiration
- Philips iU22 and Epiq9 ultrasound
- Hologic 4500 bone densitometry
- Digital OPG
Information about the delivered radiation doses is stored for any future reference.
How do I get to the practice?
- Paid parking on the Groot-Brittanniëlaan and surroundings (blue zone)
- Parking in the vicinity of Bijlokepark
- 3 disabled parking spaces just 150 metres away
- 1 drop off and pick up point in front of our clinic
Public transport: stop "Bijlokehof"
- Bus : 6 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 38 - 39 - 53 - 65 - 67 - 69
- Tram : 4 - 21 - 22
Our clinic is located at the intersection of Martelaarslaan (inner city ring) and Groot-Brittanniëlaan (the road with the tram tracks).
Central Station “Gent Sint-Pieters” is at 1 km walking distance.
- 1 drop off and pick up point right in front of the clinic
- 3 parking spots just 150 metres away, situated near Martelaarslaan 11 (a street off Groot-Brittaniëlaan).
You can pay:
- With Bancontact / Mister Cash
We do not accept credit cards.