RADIOGRAPHY is a valuable, non-invasive diagnostic method. However, it is time consuming, requires expensive equipment and may pose risks to the patient and personnel. The diagnostic usefulness of a radiograph is directly related to the quality of the image. As a result, it is essential that a good technique is used consistently to obtain the best possible results from the equipment available. This article describes the stages involved in the process, from planning the investigation through producing the radiograph, to follow-up examination of the image and subsequent decision making.
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