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X-Ray

Diagnosis of a medical problem can require the same highest technology and advanced skill that it takes to treat an illness. So it’s relieving to know Aditya Hospital Radiology department has the latest diagnostic tools and highly skilled, radiologists to diagnose morally any medical problem.  
   
Radiographs, also known as X-rays or plain films, utilize a small amount of radiation, which passes through the body part and strikes the detector placed on the other side of body. The information is used to generate digital radiographs with high image quality. The patient does not need any preparation, and the test does not cause any pain or discomfort.  
   
The high-resolution digital radiographs are transmitted and stored in our Picture Archive and Communication System (PACS). PACS allows immediate access to images for the radiologists and other physicians, resulting in accurate and timely exam interpretation.  
   

During an X-ray, different parts of the body allow varying amounts of X-ray beams to pass through:

 
   
  • Soft tissues in the body (such as blood, skin, fat and muscle) allow most of the X-ray to pass through and appear dark gray on the film or digital media.
  • A bone or a tumor, which is denser than soft tissue, allows only a few of the X-rays to pass through and appears white on the X-ray. At a break in a bone, the X-ray beam passes through the broken area and appears as a dark line in the white bone.
 
   

How to prepare for the test.

 
   
Before the x-ray, tell your healthcare team if you are or may be pregnant. You will need to remove all jewellery and put on a hospital gown.  
   

How the test will feel.

 
   
X-rays are painless. However, you could experience temporary discomfort as a result of holding your body in the position needed. An x-ray takes a few minutes.