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Leave the X-rays with the radiology staff as the doctor may need to look at them.

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The radiology staff will tell you when these are ready to be picked up. Leave all jewellery and valuables at home.

A Z of Chest Radiology (Planner, 2007)

Just before the X-ray You may be given a gown to wear. You may be asked to remove any metal objects.

Tell your doctor If you are or may be pregnant. If you have difficulty taking a deep breath and holding your breath. What happens during a chest X-ray X-ray staff will ask you to stand with your chest against the X-ray plate.

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Current estimates attribute nearly 35 percent of all radiation exposure to medical X-rays. Nuclear medicine procedures, which use radioactive material to create images of the body, account for about 12 percent of radiation exposure, and natural sources of radiation in the environment that we're exposed to all the time make up approximately 50 percent.

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Radiation dose per person from medical X-rays has increased almost percent since Nearly half of all medical X-ray exposures today a to z of chest radiology from CT equipment, and radiation doses from CT are higher than other X-ray studies.

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements X-ray Risks The risks of medical X-rays include a small increase in the chance of developing cancer later in life developing cataracts and skin burns following exposure to very high levels of radiation The small risk of cancer depends on several factors: The lifetime risk of cancer increases as a person undergoes more X-ray exams and the accumulated radiation dose gets higher.

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The lifetime risk is higher for a person who received X-rays at a younger age than for someone who receives them at an older age. Women are at a somewhat higher lifetime risk than men for developing cancer from radiation after receiving the same exposures at the same ages.

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The risk of cataracts and skin burns are mainly associated with repeated or prolonged interventional fluoroscopy procedures.

These types of procedures show a continuous X-ray image on a monitor an X-ray "movie" to determine, for example, where to remove plaque from coronary arteries.

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FDA recommends these steps: Ask your health care professional how an X-ray will help. How will it help find out what's wrong or determine your treatment? Immunohistochemical assessment of individual tumor cells in lymph a to z of chest radiology of patients with non-small-cell lung cancer.

Detection of disseminated lung cancer cells in lymph nodes: Frequency and distribution of occult micrometastases in lymph nodes of patients with non-small-cell lung carcinoma.

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