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X-ray of human hand giving 'thumbs up' sign : Stock Photo
X-rays (also known as radiographs) are an important diagnostic tool. They can help to detect minute differences in tissues, allowing many pathological conditions to be recognised.

X-ray of human hand giving 'thumbs up' sign

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X-rays (also known as radiographs) are an important diagnostic tool. They can help to detect minute differences in tissues, allowing many pathological conditions to be recognised.
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AT3098-003
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David Job
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The Image Bank
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