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 How effective are x-rays?

Answer X-rays are extremely effective for identifying damage in solid body structures, such as bone. The relative biological effectiveness of x-rays has been found to be unchanged by, and independent of, ... Read More »
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When did x-rays come out?

While researching cathode rays, German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen discovered that certain objects became transparent when the rays were aimed at them toward a photographic plate. In late 1895... Read More »
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How are x-rays used?

A nurse or technician positions an X-ray film plate underneath the part of your body that has been injured and a tiny amount of radiation passes through your body, transferring an image onto the fi... Read More »
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What Is Lucency on X-Rays?

The discovery of X-rays represents one of the most significant accomplishments in medical history. Though the shades of white, gray and black on an X-ray film may not indicate much to the untrained... Read More »
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