X Ray Monroe

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X-Ray is an imaging technique that is useful in the detection of pathology of the skeletal system. X-Rays is also useful for detecting some disease processes in soft tissue. Low-dose electromagnetic radiation-rays are used to diagnose disease by making pictures of the inside of the body. Using low-dose electromagnetic radiation-rays are used to diagnose disease by making pictures of the inside of the body. With Digital X-ray, images are available instantly. Since images are digital, they can be shared with radiology specialists whenever needed. Dr Eblen and his team of experts are committed to administer the lowest radiation doses possible while still producing the clear imaging. Our practices and techniques are regularly monitored by radiologists and medical physicists.

At the appointment, patients will meet our X-ray Monroe professionals who are specially trained to help with the procedure:
•  A radiologist is a doctor who is expert in imaging the human body.
• A radiologic technologist is expertise to operate the equipment and obtain X-ray images. 

Diagnostic X-Ray, or radiography, is a special method for taking pictures of areas inside the body. A machine focuses a small amount of radiation on the area of the body to be examined. The X-rays pass through the body, thereby creating an image on film or a computer display. The equipment, staff, and steps involved are different for each type of diagnostic X-ray procedure. However, they are all invaluable tools in detecting abnormalities and making early diagnosis of disease or injury. So, if you feel like you've broken a bone. Why let the pain linger? From broken bones to compound fractures, we at injury at Injury Care provide service to your most urgent injuries.