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why x-rays do not affect our human bodies while taking x-ray? what is the main chemistry behind it?

why x-rays do not affect our human bodies while taking x-ray? what is the main chemistry behind it?

Grade:11

1 Answers

SAHIL
3783 Points
5 years ago

Many people are concerned about the risks to their health from getting medical and dental x-rays, as well as from working near x-ray machines. Although x-rays have a potential of causing genetic damage and cancer, the chances of being harmed from medical or dental x-rays is extremely small. In fact, natural radiation may pose a greater risk.

A person can safely get up to 300 simple x-rays a year. CAT scans of body areas drastically reduce the safety factor, but they are still within an acceptable range. Yet, it is always good to be on the cautious side and not receive excessive x-rays unless it is medically necessary. Pregnant women should be especially cautious about being x-rayed.

thanx and if you need more deatils and procedure please post and also pprove my answer

thanx once again

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