A chest X-Ray is a procedure performed to get a complete picture of lungs, ribs, heart, and diaphragm. It is a black and white picture which shows the condition of the specific organs. This Chest X-Ray is the most common procedure performed in the X-Ray Department. While performing the X-Ray there is a small exposure to radiation which does not harm the human body. Chest X-Ray is conducted to check the calcium deposits, fracture of ribs, to check the size and outline of a heart, too note down the condition of blood vessels and to observe the condition of blood vessels.