X-rays are a naturally occurring form of electromagnetic radiation and they are produced when charged particles of sufficient energy hit a material. Be it a medical practice, hospital or a clinic: Modern X-Ray devices are crucial for outpatient and inpatient services for efficient imaging diagnostics.
An X-ray is a medical imaging technique that uses very small amounts of electromagnetic radiation to construct images of parts inside the body that can be viewed on film or digitally. X-rays are often performed to inspect bones and teeth, rendering them effective for diagnosing breaks, fractures, and diseases such as arthritis. Doctors may prescribe an X-ray to look at organs inside the chest, including the lungs, heart, and breasts, and in the abdomen to evaluate the digestive tract.