Digital Radiology Gallery
Discovered in 1895, x-rays gave physicians their first glimpses of internal anatomical structure without the need to resort to surgery. An x-ray image is produced when a small amount of radiation passes through the body and hits a sensitive film on the other side. This exposes the film creating an image, the “shadow” of the anatomy that the radiation passed through. Advances in technology has brought Digital Radiography (DR) that provides superb image quality and minimal X-Ray dose, without the use of X-Ray film .