A new procedure using tiny cameras inside a pill to help detect bowel cancer has been launched in Tayside.
The ScotCap test will be rolled out across health boards in Scotland as an alternative to a traditional colonoscopy.
The cameras take pictures of the lining of the bowel to look for any problems or signs of disease.
About 70,000 people in Scotland undergo colonoscopy treatment each year.
The programme, which is backed by the Scottish government, has been accelerated in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
It is hoped the programme will help health boards tackle a backlog of patients and reduce waiting times.