Why would a radiologist need multiple x-rays?

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Certain x-rays show certain parts of the body better than others, says Joseph Harpole, MD, from John Randolph Medical Center. Learn what this means, and the different kinds of imaging techniques, by watching this video.
Conway Lien, MD
Neuroradiology
There are a variety of reasons -- from technical problems to fidgety patients--   why X-rays may need to be repeated. Imaging Medical Director Conway Lien, MD, of Regional Medical Center of San Jose, explains.

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