Ziolis Pathlab And Multispeciality Clinic

Digital X-Ray

Digital X-Ray is a modern imaging technique that uses digital technology to capture and process X-ray images.

It has largely replaced traditional film-based X-ray systems, offering numerous advantages in terms of image quality, efficiency, and accessibility.

  • Image Acquisition: Instead of using X-ray film, digital X-ray systems use digital detectors to capture X-ray images.
  • Image Processing: Once the X-ray image is acquired, it undergoes digital processing to enhance its quality and adjust the brightness and contrast levels.
  • Storage and Accessibility: Digital X-ray images are stored electronically in Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) or other digital imaging systems.

Digital X-ray has become the standard in many healthcare settings, offering significant advantages over traditional film-based X-ray systems. It has revolutionized diagnostic imaging by providing high-quality images, faster workflow, and improved patient care.