Advantages of diagnostic imaging in diagnosis Injuries and other causes of disease have become easy to be located and identified by various diagnostic imaging. The machines are so important to doctors in diagnosis of various conditions. All these diagnostic methods; magnetic resource imaging (MRI), X- Rays and computer tomography (CT) scans are all useful in various situations. These techniques will help the doctors and physicians to look at the things that are happening in the body of the patients. After the imaging, the doctors, will use the pictures to check the conditions of the patient’s bones, tissues, nerves, muscles, and other organs. With these images, the health professional will then identify the various kinds of internal body problems or abnormalities and make decisions on various treatments. The most prevalent technique in the medical profession is radiography or x-ray technique. 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 doctors have to regulate the radiations that the patients are exposed to avoid toxicity. It should be kept at low and other various considerations to be taken. There are various colors displayed depending on the density of the body part. The reason for this is that denser regions do not allow radiations to pass through while less dense regions do. The x-rays technique allows imaging in any angle. If the patient has one foot for example that has problems, both the feet can be imaged, and comparison was made. The technique is quick hence it save time. The use of CT scans has gone up since it is a high- tech technique that will give a very detailed picture of the patient’s body. 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 scans also gives detailed, cross- sectional images of the patient’s body. Use of MRI eliminates patient’s exposure to radiations. With MRI scans, the doctor can locate any metal clip or objects in the patient’s body. With the techniques, bones and various tissues can be imaged. Installations of these machines might seem costly to various medical professionals or hospitals but they give the best diagnosis. Doctors and physicians will find it complicated to identify internal problems without these machines. 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 There is no pain associated with the techniques, and the medical professionals do not put any much effort. Physicians are well trained and they can use them without difficulty.