What is an X-ray?
An X-ray a form of diagnostic imaging that uses a is a small dose of ionizing radiation, which passes harmlessly through your body, to produce a clear image of the structures inside your body. X-rays are adept at giving doctors an inside look at your bones and teeth.
Doctors use X-ray imaging to diagnose ailments like broken bones, blocked blood vessels, joint sprains, dislocations, arthritis, kidney stones, tumors, lung damage, pneumonia, internal trauma. X-rays also play a significant role in mammography, which is used to screen for breast cancer.