An X-ray is a quick and painless procedure commonly used to produce images of the inside of the body, much like a photograph.
X-rays are a type of radiation that can pass through the body. They can't be seen by the naked eye and you can't feel them.
X-rays can be used to examine most areas of the body. They're mainly used to look at the bones and joints, although they're sometimes used to detect problems affecting soft tissue, such as internal organs.
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