Modern medical imaging began with an almost accidental discovery in the lab of Professor Wilhelm Roentgen in Germany on a November day in 1895.
Lecture 2 : Technology and applications for planar X-ray imaging (1.2 MB)
Lecture 3 : Principles of X-ray Computed Tomography (660 kB)
Lecture 4 : X-ray CT applications (1 MB)
Lecture 5 : Nuclear Medicine (356 kB)
Lecture 6 : Emission Tomographies (1.5 MB)
Lecture 7 : Principles of Ultrasound imaging (576 kB)
Lecture 8 : Applications of Ultrasound imaging (884 kB)
Lecture 9 : Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (776 kB)
Lecture 10 : Magnetic Resonance Imaging (1.8 MB)
See how a fluoroscope works and find information about electromagnetic radiation and CAT scans. Provided by Physics2000 through Colorado educational systems.
An activity complete with information about x-rays, the images needed for completing the assignment, and questions for students.
Methodist Health Care System’s page contains an explanation of what x-rays are and how they are performed. The page also provides links to many x-ray related topics.