Spinal X-ray

Also known as: Anterior and posterior lumbar plain films, X-ray, spinal

Spinal X-rays are pictures of the spine to find injuries or diseases that affect the disks or joints in the spine. These include spinal fractures, infections, dislocations, tumors, bone spurs or disk disease. Spinal X-rays are also done to check the curvature of the spine (scoliosis) or for spinal defects.

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