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All you need to know about getting a private chest X-ray 

Posted on Thu Feb 22, 2024

Chest X-rays are one of the most common X-ray procedures, helping to understand heart or lung issues, as well as being used for visa applications to rule out tuberculosis. Read on to learn what a chest X-ray procedure involves.

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Understanding MRIs

Posted on Wed Jan 17, 2024

MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It is a type of scan that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the body.
For an MRI scan, a very strong magnet is used, and different radio frequencies manipulate the hydrogen atoms in the body to produce images.

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Understanding X-rays

Posted on Mon Dec 18, 2023

X-rays are a commonly used medical procedure that can produce images of the body, specifically the bones. They are effective in detecting various conditions and are generally considered to be a quick and painless procedure.

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