History of the X-Ray

History of the X-Ray Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, a Wurzburg University Professor is credited with finding X-beams in Germany in 1895. Roentgen watched precious stones creating a fluorescent gleam on a table that was near to the cathode-beam tube, while working with it. This tube was concealed in a glass globule typified with positive and negative […]

Radiography Technology Saves lives through X-Rays

Innovation of Radiography Saving lives with X-Rays X-beams are a kind of electromagnetic radiation likened to radio waves and light waves, with the exception of their larger amounts of vitality, whereby they can enter the body. They first were found over a century back and discovered prompt application in restorative diagnostics. X-beams remain a precious […]