Advantages of diagnostic imaging in diagnosis Theentry of diagnostic imaging techniques to the health profession has simplified the work of doctors and physicians in diagnosis. Doctorscan now do various diagnosis of diseases and injuries simply, thanks to the diagnostic machines. Such techniques as X-rays, MRIs and CT scans are very useful in various diagnosis. These techniques will help the doctors and physicians to look at the things that are happening in the body of the patients. The doctors and physicians are then enabled to check the bones, nerves, muscles and other organs on the diagnostic imaging. The images are useful in making various diagnosis and decisions or treatments. Radiographs or X-rays are diagnostic techniques that perform imaging and are most prevalent in all the areas of the medical profession. The part of the patient’s body that has to be checked is placed on the x-ray machines and the photographic film. Once this is done, electronic waves will go through the bones or tissues and are then imaged. The radiation dose should be highly regulated to avoid various dangers to the patient. It should be kept at low and other various considerations to be taken. The working of this x-ray is in that it display the denser parts like bones and tumors in white colors while the less dense parts like soft tissues will be shown in dark or gray colors. The reason for this is that denser regions do not allow radiations to pass through while less dense regions do. The act of using the x-ray for imaging is done in various angles. The doctor can image both hands of patients even if one hand had problems and comparison done. The technique is quick hence it save time. CT scan technique is a high performance method and it gives detailed images. Combination of a CT scan technique and x-ray technique enables medical professionals to check the size, shape and position of the objects, tumors or any other thing. MRI gives the best images with details and also is capable of cross-sectionals images. When MRI is used in imaging, the patient will not be exposed to radiations. The MRI technique allows the doctor to locate any object in the body of the patient. The patient’s bones and tissues can be photographed and various solutions provided. Installations of these machines might seem costly to various medical professionals or hospitals but they give the best diagnosis. Body parts that would otherwise be difficult to access can now be accessed with this techniques. patients can now attend an imaging sessions and in case of tumors, body injuries or objects in the body, the doctors and physicians can locate and make diagnosis and make diagnosis and treatments Patients will not experience any pain during the imaging and the doctors too will not labor a lot in the process. Expert doctors are well- versed with the techniques and they can use them perfectly.