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X-ray imaging is a commonly used medical imaging technique, known for its speed and simplicity in revealing fractures, misalignments and injuries in bones. X-ray efficiently captures images of the skull, spine, joints and extremities, allowing for the detection of small and big issues, like hairline fractures or breaks. Beyond injury assessment, X-ray images play a crucial role in diagnosing and monitoring the development of degenerative conditions like arthritis, along with providing insights into advanced bone cancers.

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How to prepare for your X-ray imaging visit.

Before your exam

  • You may be asked to change into a gown to make imaging easier.
  • Remove all metal objects, such as jewelry and eyeglasses.
  • Inform your technologist if there is any possibility that you are pregnant.