General x-rays are the most common diagnostic imaging test usually performed for assessing injured limbs or examining the chest for possible infection. A picture is taken of the inside of the body by a machine, which emits a small amount of radiation energy. The x-rays cast shadows of soft tissue and bone, these shadows are captured and displayed on a computer screen. General x-ray is a quick, painless procedure and the images can be made available to your referring doctor immediately.

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