General X-Ray: Enhanced Medical Imaging of Kenosha X-Ray Center
An X-Ray is the artificial production of radiation that results in an image of the specified area of interest.
X-Rays are electromagnetic radiations. During the examination, X-Ray machine sends individual X-Ray particles. These particles pass through the patient’s body. A computer or special film is used to record the images thus formed.
Dense structures of body like bones, block most of the X-Ray particles, and appear white in the result X-Ray film. The structures containing air appears black and muscle, fat and fluid appear as shades of gray.
There are various X-Ray examinations performed on various parts of human body:
• Abdominal X-Ray
• Bone X-Ray
• Chest X-Ray
• Dental X-Rays
• Gallbladder X-Ray
• Hand X-Ray
• Joint X-Ray
• Neck X-Ray
• Pelvis X-Ray
• Skull X-Ray
• Thoracic spine X-Ray
• X-Ray of the skeleton
Most simple X-Rays require no preparation, though more complex exams, such as upper or lower GIs, IVPs or myelograms have preparations specific to the exam.
Enhanced Medical Imaging offers general X-Ray at our Kenosha medical imaging center.