A fluoroscope is a radiological procedure that combines x-rays with a fluorescent screen that reacts to x-rays directly instead of photographic film.  As such, it allows the physician to examine moving structures within the body over a period of time.

Fluoroscopes, although they use lower doses of radiation than typical x-rays, expose the patient to the x-rays for a much longer period of time.  As such, in most cases the physician must balance the benefits of the procedure against the risks posed by the radiation.  

Fluoroscopy at Wikipedia

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