The History of the X-Ray: Advanced Radiological Technology Credited for Saving Lives

The 1895 discovery of the X-ray greatly advanced modern medicine and provided doctors with a way to look inside the human body for advanced diagnosis and a clearer vision for treatment.
Dec. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Concordia University, St. Paul, a liberal arts university in St. Paul, Minnesota, shares an article on the history of x-ray technology.

CSP released an article today titled, "The History of the X-Ray" which you can find here:

"X-ray technology continues to evolve well into the 21st century to enhance modern medicine. New advances have helped hone the technology behind the common X-ray machine for more precise imaging that allows improved diagnosis and more effective patient treatments. Researchers continue to search for ways to lessen the harmful effects of X-rays as well as to reduce the size of the average X-ray machine. Nevertheless, continued research efforts have a central focus: Saving lives through advanced imaging technology," states CSP.

About CSP:

Concordia University, St. Paul (CSP) is a Christian liberal arts university, one of 10 operated under the auspices of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Our student-centered focus creates a caring, supportive and energetic environment, making the university a place that stands out for its warmth, character and academic strength.
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