X-Ray

X-Ray

x–ray

\ˈeks-ˌrā\

noun

A safe and painless procedure used to produce images of the inside of the body. It is commonly used to discover a fracture or break in a patient’s bones. X-rays can also be used to examine organs and discover problems such as pneumonia. An x-ray is a form of radiation but is harmless to humans.

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