Diagnostic imaging techniques help narrow the causes of an injury or illness and ensure that the diagnosis is accurate.
These imaging tools let your doctor “see” inside your body to get a “picture” of your bones, organs, muscles, tendons, nerves, and cartilage.
This is a way the doctor can determine if there are any abnormalities.
X-rays (radiographs) are the most common and widely available diagnostic imaging technique. Even if you also need more sophisticated tests, you will probably get an x-ray first.
X-rays may not show as much detail as an image produced with more sophisticated techniques. They are, however, the most common imaging tool used to evaluate an orthopaedic problem.
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