Radiography is a diagnostic procedure with a solid record of more than 120 years. But, despite the development of new modern methods of diagnosing various diseases, it does not lose its relevance to this day.
The orthopantomogram (OPG) used in dental and maxillofacial radiology is an overview (panoramic) X-ray of the upper and lower jaw, teeth, craniofacial bones and joints, maxillary sinuses and adjacent areas.
If a person has a toothache, he rushes for help to a dentist and insists on treatment, not to delete the same value. But the dentist is not the Lord God, he can not see the state of the aching tooth from the inside.
X-ray of the abdominal cavity organs - radiography - is a traditional diagnostic method of clinical medicine based on localized irradiation with a minimum dose of X-rays, as a result of which projection images of the internal structures of the body are obtained.
Contrast ventriculography (VG) is one of the important catheterization angiography techniques. Ventriculography is the contrast of the ventricle of the heart with the recording of an image on a film or other recording device (videotape, computer hard or CD-ROM).