X-Ray

X-ray has been called one of the most significant advances in all of medical history. It is used in many different ways in medical diagnosis. An X-ray image is produced when a small amount of radiation passes through the body and strikes a sheet of sensitive film placed on the other side of the body. The ability of X-rays to penetrate tissues and bones varies according to the tissue's composition and mass. Bone, which contains calcium, does not let much radiation through and results in white images on the X-ray film. The lungs, which are filled with air, allow nearly all X-rays to strike the film resulting in a black film image.

Apart from general X-ray service, contrast studies such as Barium studies, Intravenous Urogram, Urethrography, Hysterosalpingogram, Sinography are also available.

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