Jefferson University Hospitals

Results

Chest X-ray

A chest X-ray may be one of the first procedures your physician will perform to arrive at a diagnosis of a wide variety of conditions.

Cholecystography

Your physician may order cholecystography to obtain detailed X-ray images of your gallbladder to detect the presence of gallstones and other abnormalities.

Chorionic Villus Sampling

If you and your obstetrician are concerned about genetic conditions being passed through to your unborn child, this test can provide the genetic diagnostic information early in your pregnancy.

Chronotherapy

Chronotherapy is a method to treat delayed sleep-phase syndrome in which bedtimes are gradually delayed by an increment of two to three hours each night until your desired bedtime is reached.

Cleft Lip/Palate Bone Graft

It involves taking a small amount of bone from one place (usually the hip, head, ribs or leg) and placing it in the area of the cleft near the teeth.

Cochlear Implant

A cochlear implant is a surgically implanted device that may dramatically improve one's hearing if profoundly deaf or hard of hearing.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you have a long-term sleep problem such as insomnia, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you identify and correct thoughts and beliefs to overcome your condition.

Colonoscopy

We use the most advanced technologies for colonoscopy, which can improve detection of polyps and reduce inconvenience for patients who need colon cancer screening.

Colposcopy

If your routine pelvic examination shows cervical or vaginal problems or your Pap test is abnormal, your gynecologist may recommend a colposcopy.

IVF with Comprehensive Chromosome Screening

Genetic screening of the embryos can improve your chance of having a healthy baby and reduce the risk of miscarriage after IVF treatment.