Finds out whether a bone is broken or if a joint is out of place.
Makes certain that a fracture has been properly placed for healing.
Indicates if there is a buildup of fluid in the joint or around a bone.
Guides surgery, such as spinal repair, joint replacement and fracture reductions.
Detects infection, arthritis, unusual bone growths or other bone diseases.
Assists in finding cancer.
Locates foreign objects.
Detects changes in bones.