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  • Digital X-Ray Digital X-ray converts the X-rays that pass through the body more efficiently than film hence allowing less exposure for the same image quality. Digital x-rays use less radiation, lowering the probability of any negative side effects.

In Digital X-Ray Digital sensors capture detailed x-ray images with a fraction of the exposure found in traditional film x-rays. Technological advancements in x-ray technology provide multiple benefits, from safety to improved treatment results.

WHAT IS AN Digital X-Ray?

X-ray is frequently used to assess bones and joints as well as chest radiographs to image heart and major blood vessels, lungs, and rib cage.

are used to diagnose a wide range of illnesses and injuries, including musculoskeletal injuries, chronic joint disease, cancer, abdominal abnormalities, sinus disease, spinal problems, and other abnormalities. It is a quick and safe procedure allowing to make an initial diagnosis before the treatment, or more complex and expansive examination. The X-rays are performed with you either standing, sitting, or lying on the examination table, depending on the area being imaged.

HOW DOES DIGITAL X-RAY IMAGING WORK?

Digital X-ray converts the X-rays that pass through the body more efficiently than film hence allowing less exposure for the same image quality. Digital X-ray equipment provides superior image quality at lower radiation doses in comparison to older technologies.
X-ray is frequently used to assess bones and joints as well as chest radiographs to image heart and major blood vessels, lungs, and rib cage.

Maxlife Diagnostic uses the latest Digital X-ray technology available, that allows instantly produce crisp-clear images of the requested body region, utilising a much lower radiation dose to patients than conventional units.

X-rays are a type of high-energy radiation that exists on the energy spectrum and that occurs naturally in the atmosphere. An X-ray machine produces short, focussed bursts of X-rays. The rays pass easily through fluids and soft tissues of the body however, dense tissue such as bone and other masses will block some of the X-rays and show up white on a black background. X-rays also known as radiographs, are relatively quick to perform and a cornerstone of medical imaging.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no special preparation required for most x-rays. You can eat and drink normally before and after the scan. You may be asked to change into a gown before your examination. You may also be asked to remove jewelry, eyeglasses, and any metal objects that may obscure the images.

The actual scan, in which the X-Ray machine acquires X-ray images of your body, takes only a few seconds where you may need to hold still. However, the rest of the process takes longer as the images are processed on the computer.

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