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nanodash:

This is the very first X-Ray image ever taken, by Wilhem Röntgen. He called them X-Rays because he didn’t know what the hell they were at first. So X as in “Solve for X”
It’s an image of his wife, Anna Bertha Ludwig. Because he was too much of a coward. Well, that’s not true, he had spent weeks with these things and just needed to focus on taking the image. When she saw it she said “I have seen my death” which is a little unnerving.
In 1901, Röntgen won the first ever Nobel Prize for his work into X-Rays. I wonder if he knew how much they’d change the world.

nanodash:

This is the very first X-Ray image ever taken, by Wilhem Röntgen. He called them X-Rays because he didn’t know what the hell they were at first. So X as in “Solve for X”

It’s an image of his wife, Anna Bertha Ludwig. Because he was too much of a coward. Well, that’s not true, he had spent weeks with these things and just needed to focus on taking the image. When she saw it she said “I have seen my death” which is a little unnerving.

In 1901, Röntgen won the first ever Nobel Prize for his work into X-Rays. I wonder if he knew how much they’d change the world.

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cardiacattack:

Check out these track marks!
I am so bored.

cardiacattack:

Check out these track marks!

I am so bored.

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corporisfabrica:

Breathing as visualised with x-ray computed tomography.
Courtesy of Vandemeulebroucke et al. at the CTU.

corporisfabrica:

Breathing as visualised with x-ray computed tomography.

Courtesy of Vandemeulebroucke et al. at the CTU.

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brains-and-bodies:

What exactly is going on inside of a depressed person? We look at the scientific basis for depression, and shed light on the fact that it is a disease with biological, psychological, and social implications.

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doctorswithoutborders:

While global measles deaths have decreased by 78 percent worldwide in recent years – from 542,000 in 2000 to 122,000 in 2012 (according to the World Health Organization) – measles is still common in many developing countries, particularly in parts of Africa and Asia. A safe and effective vaccine has existed since the 1960s but outbreaks still occur due to ineffective or insufficient immunization programs. Go to doctorswithoutborders.org to learn more.

doctorswithoutborders:

While global measles deaths have decreased by 78 percent worldwide in recent years – from 542,000 in 2000 to 122,000 in 2012 (according to the World Health Organization) – measles is still common in many developing countries, particularly in parts of Africa and Asia. A safe and effective vaccine has existed since the 1960s but outbreaks still occur due to ineffective or insufficient immunization programs. Go to doctorswithoutborders.org to learn more.

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rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist
voxel123
"Ascites"
Volume Rendering of a Contrast Enhanced Thoracoabdominal CT Scan.
Liver Carcinoma with Peritoneal Carcinosis; Ascites.
Stereoscopic Image, to be Viewed in Crossview Technique.
Rendered with a Carestream Workstation.

rfmmsd:

Illustrator & Artist

voxel123

"Ascites"

Volume Rendering of a Contrast Enhanced Thoracoabdominal CT Scan.

Liver Carcinoma with Peritoneal Carcinosis; Ascites.

Stereoscopic Image, to be Viewed in Crossview Technique.

Rendered with a Carestream Workstation.

(Source: Flickr / voxel123, via fuckyeahnarcotics)

— 11 hours ago with 55 notes