What is an X-ray
A common type of medical imaging that produces images of the structures inside your body as X-ray beams penetrates through it. It is often used to examine different parts of the body such as chest, limbs, bone and abdomen for injuries, infection or abnormalities.
Dense materials, such as bone and metal, will appear as white on X-rays while Soft materials such as fat and muscle will show up as darker images on the film.
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