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General X-Ray


 General X-ray imaging, also known as radiography, is a diagnostic tool used to view the internal structures of the body. It is commonly used to detect fractures, infections, and abnormalities in bones and organs such as the lungs. X-rays are essential for diagnosing conditions like pneumonia, monitoring the progression of diseases, and identifying foreign objects within the body.

How to Prepare:

  • No special preparation is needed for X-ray exams.


  • You may need to remove any jewelry, eyeglasses, or metal objects that might interfere with the imaging.


  • Please inform us if you are pregnant or suspect you might be, as special precautions are necessary to protect the fetus from radiation exposure.

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