Radiography is the science of using radiation to visualize the internal organs of a human body using the x-ray techniques to generate and to record the pattern of x-ray to provide the user with a static image. It is specifically used to assess the presence or absence of disease, damage of internal structure. During radiography a x-ray beam is passed through the body and a portion of the rays is scattered by the structures inside while the remaining is transmitted to a detector as a static image.
- Track 1-1 Projectional Radiography
- Track 2-2 Computed Tomography
- Track 3-3 Fluoroscopy
- Track 4-4 Angiography
- Track 5-5 Contrast Radiography