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Analysis of X-ray images. Radiologist examining X-ray images of the spine with a magnifying glass, whilst speaking into a dictaphone. The spinal structure can be clearly seen in the films, at top left for example. X-ray imaging is a technique used to diagnose internal injuries and disorders. X-rays passed through the patient cast an image of the body's internal structure onto film.
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