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X-rays (X-ray studies)

X-ray of the foot for adult and child

What is radiography, they know almost everything. This is a specific and very common form of diagnosis, which uses X-rays.

X-ray heels in two projections

The most accessible, informative and painless methods of visualization of bone structures is radiography. The picture also shows damage to the joints, cartilage traumatic and inflammatory genesis, and birth defects.

X-ray of the waist with functional tests: how to prepare and how to do?

The most accessible diagnosis, which allows visualizing the internal structure and assess the state of the skeletal bones of the spine, is radiography.

X-ray of the paranasal sinuses and bones of the nose to the child and adult

Radiography refers to the methods of radiation diagnosis and is a non-invasive examination of the internal structure of a certain part of the body by radiating it with X-rays and obtaining a projection of the image on a special film.

Arthrography of joints

During the procedure, several photographs are taken simultaneously. All is determined by how much movement is carried out in the joint being examined. The method used is called double contrasting.

X-ray of the ankle

The most widely used non-invasive diagnostic method for detecting congenital and acquired pathological changes in bone and joint tissues is the visualization of their anatomy with the help of X-rays.

Roentgen of the knee in two projections

Pain in the knee, impaired mobility of the joint in this area and traumatic injuries are quite frequent reasons for contacting a doctor. Determine by eye, with which unpleasant symptoms are associated, it is not easy even for an experienced doctor.

X-ray of the elbow joint

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.

Orthopantomogram - panoramic x-ray of the maxillofacial region

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.