Diagnostic Radiology

In diagnostic radiology, x-rays are used to produce digital radiographs - used for the evaluation of many bony and soft tissue structures. Fluoroscopy, a special application of x-rays, is a technique that allows for real time imaging of structures in motion or that are enhanced by a contrast agent. Due to its availability, speed and lower costs, radiography is often the first-line test of choice in radiologic diagnosis.

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