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How much radiation is used in a shoulder x-ray?

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The scientific unit of measurement for a dose of radiation, which is also called an effective dose, is the millisievert (mSv) This is also at times measured in rads, rems, roentgens and sieverts. For an X-ray of a limb, the typical effective dose is
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