What is X-Ray?

X-ray is a form of medical imaging that gives doctors and radiologists a peak at what's going on inside our bodies-without actually going in there. X-rays help diagnose broken bones, tumors, diseases like pneumonia, and more. Taken by trained x-ray technicians in hospitals and doctor's offices, x-rays are used by physician assistants, radiologists, and doctors to evaluate the health of the patient.

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