Radiography (commonly called X-rays) has been the most common
imaging test used in veterinary medicine. It is used to evaluate the
shape and size of organs, bone problems, foreign objects, fluid
accumulations and other abnormalities that may aid in the diagnosis
of disease. The traditional radiograph was recorded on an X-Ray film.
Digital radiography is the latest technology that records the images in
a digital format. Although digital systems are more expensive than
traditional film systems, they offer many advantages. The digital
images are much clear and detailed. The images can be manipulated
many ways (magnified, darkened. lightened, etc). These images can
also be easily sent to board certified radiologists for consultation.
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