What an X-ray Clinic Does
X-ray or radiology is science which utilizes some medical imaging so as to do diagnosing of and also treat some disease which are in the body and there are a variety of techniques that are used in imaging such as the x-ray and computer tomography.
X-rays imaging are ultrasound, radiography and they include also magnetic resonance and position emission tomography and these methods are utilized in treating and diagnosing diseases and the radiology that is interventional.
The procedures of medical x-ray guides the imaging technology and this science of radiology utilizes medical, imaging so as to be able to treat or diagnose diseases in the body.
Radiology is work done by a skilled worker called a radiographer and a diagnostic radiologist who are trained specially as doctors and they read or interpret the images and then write a report about what they have found.
They may find the diagnosis or impressions from the radiology and with this they use the interpretation of the images to know what kind of disease it is and how to treat it and they have very advanced training in radiology matters.
Clinicians requests for the x-ray and the medical images are digitally stored in some communication system or picture archives where there may be observed by the team of healthcare and can be compared with other future images.
The transmission of x-rays which are done on the patient which projects via the patient’s body and an image is made by the rays which pass through and are detected and this makes it possible to know what the patient is ailing from.
An x-ray filter or grid decreases and scatters and also strikes the undeveloped film that is tightly held to the screen that emits light of phosphors placed in a cassette that is light tight.
The x-ray film is developed so that an image may appear on it and but currently the film-screen is being replaced by digital radiography as well as the EOS imaging where the x-rays strikes the sensors which convert those signals and converts them to information that is digital.
These information is converted and transmitted to images which are displayed on the screens computer and the sensors in the digital radiography has a plate while in the EOS system the system has slot-scanning and a sensor which is linear and scans vertically the body of the patient.
Even though there are huge amount of CT scan data, digital imaging as well as MR scans there is numerous entities of diseases that can be diagnose by using radiographs that are plain, and there is the mammography method which is utilizes to diagnose and do the evaluation of osteoporosis and breast cancer as well as congenital skeletal anomalies, fractures, benign tumours, pneumonia and diverse kinds of arthritis.