Pelvic xrays are used to check the stability of the pelvic organs and to assess the overall health of the pelvis.
The first pelvic exam is performed by inserting a pin through the vagina to collect an X-ray of the vagina.
The x-ray shows the pelvic floor muscles, ligaments and connective tissue, which are vital for pelvic health.
The pelvic exam also gives the surgeon a good idea of how the pelvic structure is moving and adjusts the position of the body to improve the patient’s pelvic health and posture.
This pelvic exam can be performed on either the female or male pelvic organ.
A pelvic exam on the female organ is usually performed with a pin inserted through the female vagina.
A pin can also be inserted through a hole in the abdomen to get an ultrasound.
The female pelvic exam may also be performed with an ultrasound, but the procedure is usually done with a small tube inserted through an opening in the anus to get a more detailed view of the cervix.
Pelvic exams on the male pelvic organs are usually performed on the same person, but usually the doctor will place a pin or other instrument through the anus, which is then inserted through another opening to get the image of the male cervix from the inside of the anus.
The doctor will insert the pin or instrument into the vagina using the abdominal muscles.
The pin is placed inside the vagina with the anal opening closed to allow the instrument to penetrate the vagina, which may take a few minutes.
The instrument can also penetrate the rectum, the urethra and other organs and can help the doctor to understand the pelvic position.