X-ray imaging is a diagnostic tool extensively used to diagnoses many problems and diseases in the body. Digital radiography is an advancement of medical imaging. Unlike conventional radiography, which uses film for developing images, digital radiography uses digital sensors to capture X-rays that have passed through your body. The information is then converted to digital form and transmitted to a computer where images produced can be manipulated to enhance its quality (brightness and contrast) for better interpretation and more accurate diagnosis. The digital sensors are more sensitive to radiation than traditional film, so you are exposed to less radiation during the procedure. Images are produced immediately, stored on a computer, and instantly shared with other healthcare personnel involved in your case.