Medical Imaging Resources

What Is X-Ray Radiography?

Chad Hutchison


X-ray radiography is a noninvasive diagnostic method that uses X-rays—electromagnetic radiation—to produce images of the body's internal structures. This technique allows healthcare professionals to examine bones, tissues, and organs without surgical intervention. Essential in medical fields for diagnosing injuries and diseases and monitoring treatment progress, X-ray radiography is a critical tool in patient care and medical decision-making.

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