X-Rays - 1167 Words
X-radiation, composed of x-rays, is a form of electromagnetic radiation. It was originally named “x”-radiation because the inventor, Wilhelm Rontgen, was unsure of what type of radiation to classify it as. X-rays have a large variety of uses in the medical field because they allow us to view and identify issues that are typically hidden in bone structures, the lungs, gallbladders, kidneys, arteries, veins, brains, hearts, esophagus, teeth, and many other structures. X-radiation also...
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