X-rays produce images of bones and internal organs (such as the lungs). Although the X-ray imaging technology has been used for over a century, it is still regarded as effective and necessary since some bodily damage also shows up using this comparatively simple method. Unlike MRI or ultrasound, X-rays are potentially harmful, because the patient is subjected to small doses of ionizing radiation for several tenths of a second. For this reason, X-rays are only performed based on a doctor’s referral.
Radiological examination results are obtained in digital format, so you can print them out or send them to doctors anywhere in the world. After the examination you will receive a CD with the examination data and the radiologist’s findings.
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