X-ray is an imaging technique that is useful in the detection of pathology of the skeletal system. X-rays are also useful for detecting some disease processes in soft tissue.
Using low-dose electromagnetic radiation, X-rays are used to diagnose disease by making pictures of the inside of the body.
At NWH Radiology, we are committed to administering the lowest radiation doses possible, while still producing the highest quality images.
Our practices and techniques are regularly monitored by radiologists and medical physicists, in conjunction with the American College of Radiology’s Image Gently™ guidelines.
This sophisticated technology is also available at our Yorktown facility: 914.245.5200
All scans are interpreted by White Plains Radiology Associates, PC, the professional radiology group at NWH. WPRA has 50 board-certified Radiologists on staff with expertise in multiple areas of diagnostic imaging including: nuclear medicine, diagnostic radiology, women's imaging, pediatric radiology, neuroradiology, and interventional radiology.