For those who are untrained in reading x-rays, the task may seem daunting at times, particularly when attempting to use the films as evidence in highlighting the location or extend of a fracture or residual anatomical deformity.
Creating clear concise colourful illustrations depicting the anatomical damages will simplify the task tremendously, not only drawing immediate attention to the issue at hand, but educating the viewer forming a lasting impression in their mind, not to mention appealing to their emotions.
The evidence is irrefutable, everyone sees the same picture. Three separate people reading a medical report is like three separate people reading a book. The images conjured in their minds are extremely subjective and will vary according to personal interpretation.