X-ray diagnostics in medicine has a key role in establishing basic diagnoses, monitoring treatment and monitoring the health status of patients. X-ray diagnostics provides fast and non-invasive diagnostics that are crucial for the initial understanding of the patient’s condition, thus enabling timely and adequate diagnosis. This type of radiology uses X-rays to show the inside of the body, allowing doctors to see the internal structures.

X-rays are used to diagnose various conditions and diseases, including bone fractures, lung diseases, gastrointestinal problems, rheumatic diseases, sinusitis, etc.

X-rays can also be used to monitor the progress of therapy in certain diseases or injuries. For example, it can be used to monitor recovery from a fracture or to monitor the size of a tumor during therapy.

X-ray, like CT, is particularly important in emergency situations, in cases of injuries, trauma or other emergencies, due to its speed.

X-ray is used for diagnosis:

  • Lung diseases
  • Changes in the organs of the digestive tract
  • Bone fracture
  • Bone tumors
  • Degenerative diseases
  • Rheumatic diseases of joints and bones
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Periostitis
  • Bone cysts
  • Congenital anomalies of the bone and joint system
  • Sinusitis and polyps