Interventional Radiography

Radiography is not limited only upto X-rays. The field pf radiography is very vast and has many applications as well as specializations. One of its sub-specifications is Interventional radiology. Interventional radiology is a special branch of radiology in which minimally invasive procedures are performed....

Radiograph Abnormalities In Adults

Radiograph abnormalities in adults are an effective tool to measure irregularities in adults. These abnormalities can be related to various body parts such as sacrum, skull, chest, cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, abdomen etc. Additionally there are many kinds of abnormalities that can occur in...

Radiographs

A radiograph is a photographic image that is produced on a surface area that is radiosensitive. This is done by radiation instead of visible light specifically by using x-rays or gamma rays. Plain radiographs are frequently known as plain x-rays. These radiographs are produced with the use of number of...

Multiple Image Radiography

The common radiography work on the principle of producing images of the body parts with the help of the X-ray attenuation. This attenuation is produced because of the reaction of the components of the parts that are diagnosed. Consequently, when the emergent X-rays are analyzed they show the different...

Advantages Of Computed Radiiography

As today’s world is called as world of computer, every field and equipment is computerized. Computed Radiography is a modern and computerized image of radiography. There are ample advantages of computed radiography. Computed Radiography (CR) uses alike equipment to conservative radiography. The major...

Mouth Radiography

Radiography of the mouth and its different parts can prove to be very frustrating. But, nowadays, with the help of modern equipments and advanced technologies, the possibilities of producing high quality diagnostic radiography are increased consistently. Dental radiography is an under utilized practice in...

Intraoral Radiography

Dentists to study mouth related diseases use intraoral radiography. It allows dentists to look inside the mouth and study structures below the gum line. Intraoral radiography allows dentists to reveal tooth related diseases such as abnormal tooth or unexpected bleeding. It also helps to find the presence of...

Electromagnetic Radiations In Radiography

Radiography is the process that uses ionized electromagnetic radiations to locate body objects. Radiography used in the diagnosis of diseases and called as diagnostic radiography. This therapy involves two types of radiations that are ionizing or non-ionizing radiations. However, predominant tests in the...

Computed Radiography

Computed radiography is a modern form of radiography. Every field is wearing new clothes in term of computerization, so as the field of radiography. It is very identical to traditional radiography. The only difference is that in place of film to create the image. An image plate is used. Radiography word...

Radiography In Medical Industry

Radiography in medical industry makes use of electromagnetic radiation so as to view the different organs of the human body. In radiographic diagnosis sophisticated medical equipments are used with wide range of techniques to image various regions of human body so as to assist the patient with appropriate...
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