Digital Radiology

Radiography is an imaging technique that uses X-rays, which pass through and are absorbed by the human body according to the density and composition of the internal structures. X-rays passing through the human body are captured by a detector which then produces a 2D representation of the internal structures.

Today, the radiographic and fluoroscopic digital equipment that are used, are supported by the latest generation of software systems. With the help of these digital systems, the conduct of the examination of simple radiography becomes faster, without the contribution of chemical waste and enables the digital imaging and storing radiographic image.

No matter how much the tomography has evolved (MRI or CT), digital radiography continues to be a first and necessary tool for the radiologist to quickly diagnose some faults.